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Wiggle Lace Scarf

By: Kris Basta from Kriskrafter

This beautiful baby blue scarf is a must have knit accessory. The Wiggle Lace Scarf is a delicate, scalloped lace scarf pattern that has a pretty lace stitch design. This scarf looks great draped over your shoulders and knotted in front like a shawl or wrapped around your neck like a scarf. Its a gorgeous way to add a pop of color to any outfit, especially if you have blue eyes. The Wiggle Lace Scarf looks complicated, but actually is a simple four row repeat pattern any knitter can learn.

Intermediate

Knitting Needle Size10.5 or 6.5 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Imm confused , when you do the yarn over abd you go to the next roe do you slip the yarn over off or knit it wth the next stitch

Knit the YO as a single, separate stitch.

Fast easy knit. It is a piece of cake once you have the pattern memorized which won't take long at all. Great gift project.

Just made this too - went soooo fast! Will be a great gift for my SIL.

Piece 'o cake! loved every minute of it. This is a really easy pattern. I have now made 2 of these. :)

One word-NIGHTMARE!!!! I've changed needles 4 x and the yarn 7x-finally put 2 yarns together, the gauge is impossible, it can't be achieved. I've ripped it out 8x-there must be mistalkes in this pattern-every right side row has 1 stitch too many and every other row has 1 stitch too few-there must be a mistake in this pattern, but I'll be darned if I can figure it out. What do I know I've only been knitting for 50 years.

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