Knitted Eyelet Scarf

The Knitted Eyelet Scarf is a delicate and elegant accessory that adds a touch of sophistication to any outfit. Made with lightweight yarn and featuring intricate eyelet lace, this scarf is perfect for adding a romantic and whimsical touch to your winter wardrobe. The dainty holes and flowing fabric create a romantic, ethereal quality, while the soft, gentle drape makes it comfortable to wear. Whether you're dressing up or dressing down, this scarf is sure to add a touch of effortless chic to any look.

Materials

  1. 1-2 balls of worsted weight yarn of your choice depending on the length you want.
  2. Knitting needles size US #8 (5mm)

Direction

Cast on 31 sts loosely. Knit garter border (knit every row) for 1 inch ending with a wrong side. Then knit eyelet pattern below beginning on the right side of work.

Eyelet Pattern In writing

Row 1 (right side): K4, *yo, k2tog; repeat from * to last 3 sts, k3.

Row 2 (wrong side): K4, p to last 4 sts, k4.

Row 3: k4, *k2tog, yo; repeat from * to last 3 sts, k3.

Row 4: as row 2.

Repeat row 1-4 one more time to complete one set of eyelet pattern.

After completing one set of eyelet pattern, work 6 rows in stockinette st on the main body of the scarf while keeping side edges in garter st.

Repeat an eyelet pattern and stockinette body 2 more times. Remember to keep both side edges in garter stitch at all times.

Continue working in stockinette with garter border until 7 inches shorter than desired length. Then work eyelet patterns alternate with stockinette st as previous ending with garter border. Trim and weave all ends behind work. Block piece and enjoy!

Note: if you're using just one ball of yarn, you're probably wonder how in the world you would know how much yarn you will leave for the last part of the scarf. Here is the rule of yarn; 1 row of work = 3 x the length of a row in unworked yarn. So if you have about 30 rows of work left before finishing the scarf. So calculation formula would look something like this (wide of scarf x3x30 = length of yarn needed).

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