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Super Fast Lace Scarf

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This basic lace pattern makes knitting a scarf as easy as pie. With just 15 repeats, you'll have a scarf that's 65 inches long and ready to wear. The Super Fast Lace Scarf is an ideal pattern for knitters searching for an elegant scarf that's also quick to knit. This simple pattern is a beautiful blend of mossy greens and brown, but it would look great in other colors as well. Have fun with this fast and fabulous knit scarf pattern.

Super Fast Lace Scarf
Super Fast Lace Scarf
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Knitting Needle Size: 10 or 6 mm

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

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Like others here, my edges curled, although not as badly after some serious blocking. The design is beautiful, and I'm going to try to use it in making a matching hat. I'll let you know how it goes (or doesn't--I'm not a without-pattern kind of knitter!). Don't hold your breath waiting for it--many other projects are ahead of that experiment.

I am not sure why the others are having trouble with this. Just follow the pattern. I had NO problems with mine and it came out BEAUTIFUL!

Too many errors in this pattern to make it worth my time. Plus it curls.

Would like to make this scarf into a shawl but am having trouble with figuring out which portion of the pattern to repeat. Even tried to graph it out and thought I had it figured out only to have extra stitches. Please help.br br JoAnn

The only way you might possibly be able to make this scarf into a shawl is by doubling your #co stitches, because there simply is not enought info provided in the pattern to make any adjustments-there is not even a gauge given-this is down to the pattern designer (who did a really poor job of it).

WWhat is the stitch pattern count so we can make the scarf wider? Multiples of what?

Unfortunately this patter is too poorly written for anyone to answer your question-the pattern does not even provide a gauge-this is down to the designer not the website that provided you the short cut-you might try contacting the designer directly.

I made this scarf about a year ago, and I had the same problem with the long edges curling inward, even after carefully blocking the scarf. Since it was finished, what to do? I did a row of single crotchet all the way around the edges, and this seemed to solve the problem.

I made lots of mistakes. Got them fixed by my instructor. But the end product is worth it. I am a beginner and found this pattern fun to knit.

I've blocked it but it keeps wanting to go back to a couple of inches wide. So you think if I add a couple of extra stitches and make the garter stitch border, it won't curl inward? The pattern is beautiful but I would not knit it again because of this problem.

I always slip the first stitch (no matter what the pattern) and then knit into the back of the last stitch. I get an amazing even edge that never curls.

This is exactly the same thing that happened to me! I was so pleased with the finished product (I didn't know I could knit like THAT!), but simply cannot make it stay uncurled. : (

The piece has to be blocked unfortunately. Knitted pieces have a tendency to do that. The only time I've not had this problem was when there was some sort of garter stitch border at the ends (just a few stitches knitted every row). Hope this helps

Super Fast Lace scarf....the outside edges are curving inward toward the back. So now the scarf is only a couple of inches wide. Anybody else have this problem?

As you read comments, you will certainly note that several of us had the same problem. Lovely scarf! I may pick it up and try knitting some kind of border around it to see if that will help any!

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I would like the pattern for Frilly Knit Scarf.

I have an easy pattern for a scarf that twirls and I think fun. If you would like it I can give it to you, kathy

hello Everyone, Hopefully this will work with cotton as well for a summer scarf??? Please feel free to let me know what you think. Thank you so much for your time and consideration. Sincerely Marie

It would be lovely in cotton. I particularly like Ultra Pima by Cascade Yarns. Comes in lots of colors and the yardarge is good.

Hi Marie - This is a lovely scarf!! My question is -- how do I double the width? I've tried it by repeating the row pattern x2 and dropping the 'center' p1, p1; I find I have extra stitches at the end at times on two of the rows..Or, would you be more comfortable in our simply using the exact pattern and knitting the entire row twice to make the finished project twice as wide..? Please email me at domestics7@hotmail.com with your thoughts. Thank you again for sharing :)

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