Maple Leaves Lace Scarf knitting pattern - PDF
Knit your own Maple Leaves Lace Scarf using these clearly-written instructions by knitwear designer Jackie E-S of HeartStrings FiberArts.
Delicate long rectangular scarf in knitted lace. The silhouette of yarn overs in the main pattern stitch reminded me of maple leaves, and thus the name.
You are buying a download of a PDF file that you can view using Adobe Reader and print on 8½" x 11" plain paper as a personal copy of knitting instructions to make the Maple Leaves Lace Scarf. Pattern is 2 pages includes color photo and line-by-line stitch instructions.
As with the other lace scarf patterns in the HeartStrings collection, there is a pretty lace border pattern that is knit at the same time as the center lace pattern. Easy to knit on just a few stitches, and enjoyable to wear in a variety of ways.
This pattern has yarn-generic specifications so you can easily substitute with the yarn you want. The Maple Leaves Lace Scarf shown in the picture was made in laceweight silk handspun from hand-painted roving. Buy or spin yarn in colors of your choice to create your own lovely scarf.
To make Maple Leaves Lace Scarf, you will need 400 yards of fine yarn lace or fingering weight for blocked measurements of 11" by 60". Length can easily adjusted please allow extra yarn in making the scarf longer. Size US 6 / 4.0 mm needles suggested for gauge of 4½ stitches/inch.
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Jackie Erickson-Schweitzer Jackie E-S is the sole rights holder.
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