Design by Evelyn A. Clark
Inside an eyelet border, oak leaves fall to a row of acorns on this knitted lace scarf. The scarf begins at the center with a provisional cast on, and the ends are finished in a simple picot edging.
8″ (22cm) wide and 56″ (142cm) long
Adjust length by adding or subtracting leaf pattern repeats from each half of scarf. This will change the length by about 7″ (18cm) for each pair of pattern row repeats added or subtracted.
300 yds (274m) of fingering or light sport weight yarn
Size 6 (4mm) straight needles and a crochet hook size F (3.75mm)
Description courtesy of Fiber Trends