Victorian Rose Scarf

Victorian Rose Scarf is a quick scarf project that can be knit in any type of yarn. It would look wonderful in a cotton or lace weight as well. The lacey pattern gives the scarf a terrific drape and makes it terrific to use as an accessory item in the warmer seasons.

Directions are given for 2 portions of the scarf and then sewn together. However, if you are more advanced and wish to a provisional cast on may be use to achieve the same look without the seam. The scarf may be knit short for a cowl appearance or long for a regular scarf look depending on your preference and yarn.

The instructions are for the odd rows only on the even rows knit or purl as they appear. The yarn overs will be purled.

Materials Needed:
Size 9 (5.5mm) straight knitting needles
2 balls of Knit Picks Wool of the Andes (100% wool, 110 yards)
Darning needle
Button or cowl closure (optional

Abbreviations:
K—knit
P—purl
YO—yarn over
M9—make 9 stitches in 1 stitch
P3tog—purl 3 stitches together
sl2 k psso—slip 2 stitches to right needle , knit next stitch on left needle, pass two slipped stitches over the last knitted stitch
sl2 knitwise k1 psso—slip 2 stitches knit wise onto right needle, knit next stitch on left needle, pass two slipped stitches over the last knitted stitch

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About GraceM@10

Hi,

I love to design, knit and knit!!  In fact I am usually knitting all the time, except for when I am sewing or working.  I love nature and curves and it seems most of my designs include these aspects.  I enjoy all types of yarn but it seems the skinny ones capture my needles most often.  Lately I have been hard at work with some new fall sweaters.  I love a challenge but, try hard to create designs that knitters can use a variety of yarns in order to make the end result their own.

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