Thursday, November 4

Archer Scarf

Here's my newest pattern -- the Archer Scarf.

This is a garter stitch scarf that's completely reversible --- no right or wrong sides. It's an easy and fast project to knit! The pattern contains full written instructions and a lace chart.

I knit this sample scarf with size 9 (5.5 mm) knitting needles and a ball of Trendsetter Tonalita Fusion. The long color runs in this yarn really show off this easy lace design.

With one ball (109 yards) of worsted weight, my blocked scarf measured 6" wide x 46" long. If you want a longer scarf, use 150-200 yards of yarn. Want a wider scarf, add a few more stitches on each side of the lace design.

I've been thinking that this would look great as a stole or a cowl too. :)

Knit it in light or bright colors for women and teens or dark and masculine colorways for guys. Yes, this lace pattern is subtle enough that some men would be happy to wear it.

For more information, visit my Ravelry pattern store to see all my available designs, current pricing information, and purchase pattern downloads.

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