Simple techniques can sometimes produce the most stunning results! The lace pattern of this eternity scarf is a prime example, only using knit, purl, k2tog, and ssk to create a beautifully intricate-looking design.
Placing stitch markers to separate each 20-stitch repeat and keeping track of which of the 32 rounds you are on are easy ways to ensure success working this stitch pattern. You can follow the charted or written version, both of which are included in this pattern.
The eternity scarf is worked entirely in the round.
As you work each round, this deceptively complicated-looking lace stitch will emerge and impress! Shown here in a vibrant yellow gold Pembroke Worsted by The Yarn Collective, but would look great in other solid-colored worsted-weight yarns with excellent stitch defintion