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Skill level:  Easy

Size: Approx. 39" wide at top x 21" to center point (after blocking)


90 yds. DK or light worsted weight cotton-slub or viscose-blend yarn

Samples shown in S. Charles Collezione "Venus" (silver gray) and Tahki

“Tweedy Cotton Classic” (aqua)

Size 13 (9 mm) needles (either a pair or one 24” circular to work back & forth on),

or size needed to achieve gauge

Tapestry needle

Gauge: 1 repeat in pattern (yo, K2tog) = approx. 1-1/2" (after blocking)

Stitches/Terms: beginning (beg), bind off (BO), cast on (CO), knit (k), knit two

together (K2tog), repeat (rep), stitch (st), yarn over (yo)

Pattern notes:

Scarf begins at center back point. Triangle shape is formed by increasing stitches

at the beginning of rows in a sequence of two increase rows followed by two

even rows.


Cast on 2 stitches.

Knit 1 row.

Next row: K1 in front and back of each st (4 sts)

Begin pattern:

Row 1: K1, yo, K2tog, K1 (4 sts)

Row 2 (inc row): Cast on 2 sts at beg of row (note: cast on sts by knitting into first

st and placing new st back on left needle, knit into new st and place next new st

back on left needle), K1, (yo, K2tog) twice, K1 (6 sts)

Row 3 (inc row): CO 2 sts at beg of row, K1, (yo, K2tog)3 times, K1 (8 sts)

Row 4 (work even): K1 *yo, K2tog, rep from * across to last st, K1 (8 sts)

Row 5 (work even): Rep Row 4.

Row 6 (inc row): CO2 at beg of row, K1, *yo, K2tog, rep from * across to last st,

K1 (10 sts)

Row 7 (inc row): Rep Row 6 (12 sts)

Rep Rows 4-7 (two rows even followed by two increase rows) until enough yarn

remains to work last 4 rows and bind off row.

Work last 4 rows even, then bind off VERY LOOSELY. Weave in ends.

Finishing: Following care instructions for your chosen yarn, block scarf lightly by

dampening it (if appropriate), then laying it on a thick towel. Stretch to

measurements, opening up lace pattern, cover with another towel and leave to


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