Florence Scarves – pdf

US $11.00

pattern by Fiddlesticks Knitting

The Florence Scarves were inspired by the design of a simple scarf seen in a shop window in Florence, Italy.

The rectangular scarf is worked from one end to the other in a garter stitch and lace pattern, and finished with a deep, knotted fringe.

The triangular scarf in the same garter stitch and lace pattern is worked by casting on two stitches and increasing to create a triangular shape, finishing with a frilly edging.

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Recommended yarn: 2 balls Laceweight for each scarf, each ball approx. 50 g / 500 m. Sample knit with 50% mulberry silk, 50% merino wool laceweight.

Finished size
Rectangular Scarf:
13 inches wide x 47 inches long, excluding fringe
Triangular Scarf: 56 inches across top and 28 inches deep, excluding frill

Needles
Rectangle scarf:
3.5 mm to 4 mm (US 4 to 6) needles, straight or circular.
Triangle scarf: 3.5 mm to 4 mm (US 4 to 6) needles, 24′ circulars.
Looser knitters use smaller needles, tighter knitters use larger needles.