torsdag 5. mars 2009

Free Pattern: One Row Lace Scarf

Here is the pattern for my One Row (reversible) Lace Scarf:

This pattern makes a beautiful reversible lace scarf that can be knitted in all kinds of different yarns. An opportunity to use that fingering weight wool, soft alpaca, perhaps some of your sock yarn, sport weight yarn or worsted weight, I've even used a fuzzy yarn (Pep) for this scarf.

Lace scarf

Materials:

I used 45 g (~175 yards) of a superfine alpaca yarn. The scarf is about 13 x 150 cm (~5 x 60 inches) unblocked, and it's very stretchy in both width and length.

Needles: 6 mm (US 10).

Use bigger needles than the yarn usually calls for.

Gauge (not important): 8 sts = 5 cm (2 inches) in pattern.

Skill level: Easy(/Intermediate)

Note: This will make an (unblocked) width of about 13 cm (about 5 inches). To increase the width: add 4 or more stitches, dividable with 4. The scarf is very stretchy, but you could use a bigger/smaller needle size, thicker/thinner yarn or adjust the stitch count to get a different size.

K= knit
K2tog= knit 2 stitches together
YO= Yarn over
Sts= stitches

Pattern:

Cast on 24 sts (or any number of stiches dividable with 4).

Knit 2 rows

Knit pattern row:

K4, (YO, K2tog, K2) repeat between ( ) 5 times.

Repeat the pattern row until your scarf is at desired length.

Knit 1 row.

Cast off loosely.

Finishing:

Weave in ends.
Block if you want to.

If you make this scarf please let me know! I would love to see what you have created.

**Free pattern for personal use only**
by turvid 2008




Lace scarf

Please contact me via email if you need further instructions: turvid at online dot no.

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65 kommentarer:

AnitaK sa...

Dette var veldig fint, takk for mønster.

Ninne sa...

Kjempefint, og lekkert nå som det går mot vår og ikke er sååå kladt lenger!!

Rachel@oneprettything.com sa...

This is gorgeous! Thanks so much for sharing the pattern, I'll be linking to this tomorrow!

Anonym sa...

Kjempefint lacemønster, takk for mønsteret :)

Ønsker deg en god helg. Håper dere er friske igjen - her har alle andre enn meg hatt det, så jeg regner med det er min tur i helga :(

Jill sa...

Wow! This is a beautiful pattern. I don't knit, but know a few others that do. Thank you for sharing your pattern!

Anonym sa...

Så flott at du deler mønster!
Jeg kan tenke meg å lage et slikt skjerf, men lurer på en ting:
Superfine alpaca, 175 yards - kan vanlig tynn alpakka brukes da?
Tenker på den tynne fra Rauma (Inca) eller fra Du Store Alpakka?

karna sa...

Lekkert skjerf, nydelig i rødt på bilde. Takk for mønster, vil passe akkurat i halsen på Sylvi ,-)

Anonym sa...

Nydelig skjerf. Kanskje jeg kommer til å strikke det.

Silk Scarf sa...

I appreciate it very much, at least I know from it someone is reading the contents I have here.

Anonym sa...

I just printed out the pattern and am very much looking forward to making it with Trekking XXL (self-striping). Thank you so much for sharing this lovely pattern! Hilary

Crafty Things sa...

Thanks for the very easy to knit pattern. I have posted a photo of my finished scarf in my flickr stream.
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3380/3667001244_86c442eaf2_o.jpg

Anonym sa...

Thank you for this beautiful patern!

--balzac

KnittedAncestors sa...

Thank you for your beautiful pattern. This summer I knit my "Arizona Shawl" from your pattern & have received so many complements & requests for the pattern. I've posted the photos on Ravelry, I am azdiana53 there as on blogger. Thank you!
Diana

Melody Scott sa...

Thanks for this post and pattern, it was the perfect way for me to get started on my first lace project and get the rhythm of the YO. I'm using a cheap worsted yarn but even that looks beautiful in this pattern! Thanks again!

kyouell sa...

I love this. I commented on your other post, then realized this is where you asked for people to comment. It's only my second knitting project and it is so lovely.

Anonym sa...

Thank you so much for this genius pattern. I made it with two 85 g balls of Nature's Choice organic cotton from Lion Brand on 9 mm needles. Absolut fantastiskt! I'm going to make it again on microfiber with tiny needles for an elegant look. GENIUS!

imer sa...

Hi, my mum is trying to knit it for me, but the result is different. I think she does english knitting. Could be this the problem?
By the way, the scarf if lovely. :)

Jane Winter sa...

Thank you so much for this excellent pattern. My scarf wool is forest green 4ply, to go with my new jacket.

I'll upload a photograph when I have completed the scarf.

Best wishes,

Jane Winter

Jane Winter sa...

Thank you so much for sharing this lovely pattern. I'll upload a photograph of the scarf when it is finished.

Best wishes

Jane Winter

Ingunn sa...

Tusen takk for mønster på eit fint skjerf.

Laura sa...

Thank you Turvid for your beautiful pattern! I made your scarf as a present for my friend.
Happy knitting!

Unknown sa...

Hi,
I can't write english very well, but I want to thank you for the pattern. I knit that scarf for my little daugher ;-) We are from Poland.
Pozdrawiamy z snieznej Tucholi. Magda&Nina :-)

KnitSpirit sa...

Thank you sooo much for this lovely pattern! I really like it! I'm knitting it and I'm enjoying it! ^^

Blue Skies & Dragonflies sa...

gorgeous scarf, thank you so much for sharing this pattern. it will make the best super-extremely-2-months-late mother's day gift ever!

Blue Skies & Dragonflies sa...

gorgeous scarf! this will make the best, super-extremely-2-months-late mother's day gift ever!

thank you for sharing!
warmly, jessi

Anonym sa...

Wow, what a simple pattern! Not sure why you wrote that it's for personal use only...Anyone coulda figured that one out! :P

Ashley Beyer sa...

This is an awesome pattern! All the girls I knit with fell in love with it too!

Amazing job!!!

Bridy sa...

Thank you for this pattern! I am using it now wit some marino/silk lace weight yarn I just got. My first time knitting with lace weight and this pattern is easy to follow.

Charlotte Dalgarno sa...

Hi there, we linked to your scarf on our blog after we used the pattern to make a scarf for Eddie Izzard!

http://purlcityyarns.blogspot.com/2011/03/eddie-izzard-come-to-town.html

Anonym sa...

Thanks for the pattern - it will make the perfect gift for my mother-in-law! :) If you want to see it, I've posted pictures on my blog: http://frankiesoup.wordpress.com/2011/03/18/scarf/

blogbyday sa...

Nice pattern, I'm loving it.
I'm posting it, on my blog in portuguese, let me know if you don't like the idea ok.
Hugs!

Unknown sa...

Beautiful scarf! I'm a new knitter (I've made 1 scarf and 1 washcloth) so I can't wait to try this! :)

jonnapauliina sa...

You have fantastic patterns - I made slouched Tuvw and One row lace scarf with your instructions .They turned out beautiful and sooo easy to make. Thank You !

Joanne sa...

Hi Turvid, thank you for the pattern, I have just got back into knitting so wanted something to 'warm' up on. I will send you a pic when finished. x

Leslie sa...

Hi - just wanted to let you know that I made this pattern and love it! See my blog post for all the details and lots of pics. Thanks for posting it!

http://onewomanshands.blogspot.com/2012/12/one-row-lace-scarf.html

Judy @ kissandhugcrochet.com sa...

I used your pattern with ribbon yarn (Trendsetter Aquarius), casting on 16 to make it less wide, and it came out beautifully. So I tried it with Lion Brand Incredible and cast on 12 to make a skinny scarf and it's gorgeous. Thank you so much for posting this simple, beautiful pattern!

Anonym sa...

Sehr schön und leicht zu stricken! I made it of worsted weight yarn, variegated, and 20 stitches wide. It worked with one skein.

Cary sa...

What a beautiful pattern! I will definitely try since I am having trouble doing my first lace pattern. Thanks so much for sharing this!!

Unknown sa...

Love this pattern! I plan on doubling the width so i can use it as a shawl. So simple but that's why i like it!

Unknown sa...

Love this pattern! I plan on doubling the width so i can use it as a shawl. So simple but that's why i like it!

Laura sa...

Nice pattern!! Really!!
http://miracledesign.blogspot.fr/2013/06/poppies-on-high-plain.html
Thank you! Laura

Anonym sa...

dankeschön dafür**

Anonym sa...

dankeschön dafür**

Unknown sa...

I absolutely ADORE this pattern! I am going to knit two more scarves for my best friend and her daughter as soon as possible. Thank you so much for sharing this pattern!

Anonym sa...

I don't understand how to do it exactly. How does it fit in a 24 sts?

K4, (YO, K2tog, K2) repeat between ( ) 5 times.

What is the link between K4 and the (YO, K2tog, K2) ?

Thank you!!

Kim Blackmore sa...

I am about to have a go at your lovely pattern using mohair. I think it will be lovely - I hope!!!!

Anonym sa...

Thank you so much for this beautiful lace pattern.

Gaby

Dez Crawford sa...

I've had a request for a lace stole for a dear friend for Xmas. What a great, simple pattern -- the best kind -- looks much harder than it really is!

Barb Hollands sa...

Hei Turvid! Monsteret er kjempefint! I made an infinity scarf for my daughter-in-law using RedHeart Unforgettable Echo. I made it a bit wide, but it goes around the neck twice perfectly. I can send a pic.
Mvh Barbara

Sheila sa...

Thank you so much for an easy pattern that looks complicated when done. I just knitted a scarf in pink for a cancer-survivor friend. I just mailed it and can't wait to see how she likes it.

Julia R. sa...

Thank you for this pattern. :)

margaretm5 sa...

So simple and so beautiful

Tambi Dalman sa...

I just made this using Habu Textiles n75 fine merino lace weight yarn. I used 2 strands together. I turned out lovely! It is made with one strand of pink and the other a heather purple. Thank you for the pattern��

The Dangerous Mezzo sa...

To make it work just as directed you'd have to use:

K4 (YO, K2tog, K2) repeat between ( ) FOUR times then K4

That makes an even, regular pattern,

or you could do what I ended up doing, which makes a very pretty, less regular, pattern:

K4 (YO, K2tog, K2) repeat between ( ) FOUR times then for the last four stitches: YO K2tog, K1

This looks great in a variegated yarn!

Julia R. sa...

I love this pattern and have made it many times. Thank you so much for publishing it!!!❤

Unknown sa...

Done this with worsted red heart camouflage yarn with 8mm needle. Thanks for sharing the pattern. It's easy and beautiful...

The Quiet Voice sa...

Thank you for such a wonderful pattern. I just made a scarf using it for my mom.

Unknown sa...

Hello! Thank you so much for this pattern! I’m a beginner and was looking for a pretty something to make my mom for her birthday and this was so easy and it looks so nice! I used size US5 needles and I like how it turned out, it’s not as lacy as the picture above. I’m getting size US10s as you suggested to make one for myself! Hopefully this turns out like the picture so it won’t be so heavy and I can wear it in the spring! Thank you!!

Unknown sa...

Thank you so much for this pattern! I’m a beginner and was looking for something to make my mom for her birthday and this was perfect! So easy and so pretty! I used size US5 needles because I had those on hand and it’s not as lacy as the picture in the pattern but still very pretty and good for winter! I am going to get size US10 needles as you suggested to make one for myself as well! Hopefully it will be more lacy like the picture in the pattern so I can wear it through spring. Thank you so much!

Mona Lisa sa...

Thank you for the pattern, it's beautiful. I'm making a pink and white one...

marico7 sa...

Hello and thanks for the pattern is very nice.
I did not understand how to work the reverse:
this is the:
1 row: K4, (YO, K2tog, K2) repeat between () 5 times.
2 row: ??
thank you so much

marico7 sa...

Hello and thanks for the pattern is very nice.
I did not understand how to work the reverse:
this is the:
1 row: K4, (YO, K2tog, K2) repeat between () 5 times.
2 row: ??
thank you so much

Unknown sa...

I'm going to try and make the scarf using your pattern. I hope I'll end up with the same beautiful scarf. 😊

Unknown sa...

Hi. Is the one row pattern
K4, (YO, K2tog, K2) repeat between ( ) 5 times?

It says knit 2 rows. I'm a little confused. Appeeciate your help !

DeAnna C. sa...

The pattern turned out beautifully!