Checkerboard Lace Scarf


Checkerboard Lace Scarf

These scarf knitting instructions might look complicated, but they're actually a cinch to knit. This intricately designed Lace Checkerboard Scarf is composed of basic yarn-overs, k2togs and slip-slip-knits - that's it. Even beginners can create an advanced-looking scarf by following along with this easy-to-understand pattern. Given the delicate nature of the design, we recommend knitting your own scarf in light pastels to emphasize the its unique ethereal qualities.


Knitting Needle Size7 or 4.5 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

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This is a lovely lacy, lightweight scarf pattern. It makes me think of spring or fall, when you want a light scarf for chilly days, not a heavy winter one. It would be pretty in a pastel color for spring or an earth tone like pumpkin, sage, or light brown for fall.

This looks like a pattern I would like. However it is impossible to print. It printed the pictures just fine but there was NO PATTERN. Tried it twice, even followed instructions listed below. All it did was waste 6 pages of paper and some ink.

If all else fails, you can: Rt. click and block the directions. Then open a new window and click on copy. The pattern I copied was from Purl Bee. Good Luck. From: Daisy near Dallas

how do I print th;;is pattern Mary Z

I just finished knitting this scarf in a soft pale yellow. It is stunning. Love these patterns.

I am going to take this pattern back to my new knitters class and let them have a go with this one! It is beautiful, and I think they will really enjoy the pattern too and learn a lot with this one! Ya Ha! Looks like fun to me for my knitting class at church. Thanks! naniestaycee

Hi, jo8335win 1429470 and momzib 1832894. To access the pattern, please click the link that says "Click here for knitting pattern." A new window should open directing you to the pattern in full on the pattern designer's website. If you scroll to the bottom of the pattern, there is a link that says "Print article." Click that and a printer-friendly version will open. Hope this helps! --Editors of AllFreeKnitting

hi this is a beautiful pattern! when you sc

How do I print this pattern? Checkerboard Lace Scarf?

How do I print this pattern


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