Here is the second in the one row lace series of scarf “patterns”. This a basic faggoting done across the width and the length of the scarf. Beige lace scarf laying on a dark green background You can use any yarn, though wool yarns will block the best. Use needles that are larger than those recommended on the ball band to create a lacier look. For my sample scarf (the beige one), I used bulky yarn with 8mm (size 11) needles. The ball band called for 6mm (size 10) needles.

This scarf was done by casting on 16 stitches (though any multiple of 2+2 will work). Green simple lace scarf.

Every row: Sl1 wyif, *yo, ssk, repeat from * to the end, k1.

Bind off (or cast off) with a loose bind off.

A PDF of the pattern with all the details is available from my Ravelry store. Follow my blog to get updates when new patterns are posted!

If you knit this is a natural fibre and block it, you will really open up the lace and bring out its real beauty.

Simple lace scarf around my neck.

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