This narrow rectangular scarf, featuring a lace pattern at both ends, consists of two identical halves which are grafted in Kitchener stitch and is worked from the ends towards the center. While the length of this scarf is adjustable to personal preferences; its width can’t be altered.
The 13 page pattern contains charts, step-by-step photos for the cast-on method and detailed instructions. Basic crocheting and grafting skills are required for cast-on and joining.
Total yarn amount needed: 350 – 500 meters (383 – 547 yds) (or more – depending on desired length)
Needles: US 1½ – 2.5 mm
Additionally: • crochet hook 2.5 mm (UC B/C) for provisional cast-on • tapestry needle for grafting