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Star Scarf

Jul 29, 2009
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Easy lace scarf worked on large needles for a gauzy effect. This lace pattern is easy for the beginner. A crochet edging gives the scarf structure.

Designer Eunny Jang
Finished Size 91⁄4" wide and 48" long, after blocking (about 5" wide and 60" long before blocking).
Yarn Valley Yarns 8/2 Tencel (100% Tencel; 3,360 yd [3,091 m]/1 lb): adobe, 1 cone. Yarn distributed by WEBS. One cone will make several scarves, depending on finished size (see Notes).
Needles Size 15 (10 mm). Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.
Notions Tapestry needle; size G/6 (4 mm) crochet hook.
Gauge 12 sts and 8 rows = 4" in patt, unblocked.

 


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aleka wrote
on Aug 17, 2009 8:51 AM

This is a great lacy scarf!  It knits up amazingly fast (literally, a few hours) and looks quite stylish.  It's a perfect scarf for fall, helping to take that little chill out of the crisp air.  I bought 300 yards of 2-ply romney-merino-alpaca wool and think I can get maybe 2 more scarves that are 60" long.  I was inspired to think of many possibilities to make this "my own"!  Thanks for sharing a great pattern!

jellidawg wrote
on Aug 14, 2009 10:03 AM

I'm curious. In the description of this scarf it says that it is perfect for using up left over bits of lace yarn. In the materials list It says that the cone of yarn will make several scarves. What is the approximate yardage for one scarf? This information is kind of vague. It would be helpful if the yardage was more exact. I'm very much looking forward to making this scarf. Thanks and have a great day!

IfeD wrote
on Aug 4, 2009 5:59 AM

i like this scarf, it's perfect for any climate.

SherryCole53 wrote
on Aug 3, 2009 3:23 PM

To Newluvknitter3  after the yo, knit 3 stitches, the stitch next to the yo gets picked up and (very carefully) pulled over the other 2 stitches and dropped off the needle end.  It does Not go back onto the other needle.  The yo you did will be the next rows' stitch, so you keep the same stitch count all the way across.  I hope that this makes sense.  The yo is what makes the lace holes. 

What a beautiful scarf project.  I just don't know where people keep coming up with these great ideas!

Thank you Eunny!

organicbread wrote
on Aug 2, 2009 11:09 PM

This look lovely and I can't wait to try - going out today to buy some nice wool.

SuzanneH wrote
on Aug 1, 2009 4:19 PM

I think it means to knit 3 stitches and then pass the first stitch you knitted over the other two.  This would leave you with two stitches.

SuzanneH wrote
on Aug 1, 2009 4:17 PM
LeslieD@14 wrote
on Aug 1, 2009 2:03 PM

I think it means just to pick up the stitch and carry it over and leave it on the left needle, then to a yo?

TokieR wrote
on Aug 1, 2009 11:51 AM
on Aug 1, 2009 9:18 AM

I was just wondering if someone could explain to me the area of pass first stitch of k3 group over 2nd and 3rd stitches? I think I understand the stitch but am a little fuzzy. I would love to make this beautiful scarf.