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European Dream Scarf

By: Jennifer L. Jones from The Knit Monster

Explore the castles of England, roam the cobblestone streets of Italy, and purchase a freshly baked loaf of bread from the corner bakery in France - these are just a few of the activities and places you'll feel like exploring whenever you wear the European Dream Scarf. Inspired by effortless European style, this knitted scarf pattern combines luxury with simplicity by presenting an intricate looking pattern that's made with the easy-to-memorize little leaves lace stitch. Finish off this masterpiece by attaching beaded tassels to each end of the scarf.

Intermediate

Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm

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

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I don't think the title was meant to be 'cute', rather it is so-named because it was an attempt to create a scarf similar to the ones the designer saw on so many women when she was in Europe -- it is her dream that she was recognizing and no one else's.Let's try not to jump to conclusions and criticism here. We all like to knit and we all like free patterns. She mentions in the intro to the pattern that she saw women wearing lacy scarves bundled into their coats on a recent trip to Europe this scarf is an homage to the memory and the fashion. I for one like it and plan to knit it as soon as I manage to get through the ever-expanding to-knit list

Pattern goes from line 3 to line 5? Is this a misprint or was a line left off?

Figured it out? missed note on row 2 for wrong side rows

Hi cpenderg 3240558, If you have a question about this pattern, we recommend asking the designer directly, as she will not be notified of comments on this page. You can find Jennifer's contact info on her blog under the tab labeled "Contact Us." Hope this helps! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

I am from England - also living here. Guess they have to call them something LOL Maybe they mean 'visiting' Europe. Have not made this patter, but saved it!

Come on, isn't it pushing it too far? European Dream scarf. I am from Europe but living in the States, and believe me this scarf does not remind me of Europe at all. I don't know how they come up with those names!

I know what you mean. When they get too cutesy like "The Scarf Your Daughter Will Steal From Your Wardrobe," I won't even click on the link.

I love the look of this scarf! I've been searching for a triangle that's pretty but easy to knit, and this one fills the bill. Plus I like the beaded tassels. Can't wait to make it! Thank you for sharing the pattern.

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