Garden at Nighttime Lace Scarf
On a recent trip to the England I stayed at a country hotel that was surrounded by traditional gardens of flowers, vines and shrubbery. Fortunately jet lag woke me up in the middle of the night and I spent some time looking out into the garden after dark and was inspired by the outlines of blossoms and tracings of vines and branches.
This design attempts to incorporate some of what I remember. The light-as-air scarf is knit with ice yarns Silk (blue) that's a luxurious blend of silk and merino with a touch of kid mohair, on 3mm needles.
The pattern requires just under 2 25-gram balls of this yarn (less than 400 yards), and although gauge is unimportant, the resulting scarf measures around 10x55in (25x140cm).