Kristen TenDyke - Firefly Scarf

  Firefly Scarf  
 

Classic Elite's new Firefly yarn is beautiful—and has a lot of yardage per 50 gram ball. I had the idea of creating a scarf by working the entirety of 1 ball for the first half, then work a second half with the entirety of the second ball, then graft them together at the center—eliminating much excess leftover yarn. The pattern is written to stop after 12 repeats because that's what worked best for the model scarf. If you feel you still have quite a bit of yarn left and could get another repeat from your ball of yarn, I encourage you to do so. Be sure to do the same thing on the other side.

Read more about this design in Classic Elite's Web-Letter, Issue #131.

 
   
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Sizes: One Size

Finished Measurements:
4½" wide x 48" long

Yarn Requirements:
Firefly by Classic Elite
75% viscose, 25% linen
50 gram ball = approx 155 yards
• 2 balls 7766 Sicily

Knitting Needles:
• One pair size US 5 (3.75 mm)
Or size to obtain gauge.
• stitch holder or waste yarn
• tapestry needle

Gauge: 24 sts and 32 rows = 4" in Stockinette Stitch; 33 sts in Lace Pattern = 4½". Take time to save time, check your gauge.

 
 
 

Photos courtesy of Meg Myers.

 

 

 

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