Delicate yet warm lace tube scarf, worked in the round in one piece. There are just two lace patterns to work with, each worked over 4 rounds, with small (memorable!) repeats. Lace patterns are both written and charted, with written instructions for the transition rounds. This is a great starter pattern for a first try at knitting lace in the round. The hardest stitch in the pattern is a p3tog.
All decreases on the main scarf section are worked in the same direction, giving the eyelets pattern a gentle spiral up the work.
Pattern also contains tips for getting the perfect scarf length and width.
The blue scarf is worked in vintage Hunter's of Brora Shetland 2-ply (can be substituted with Jamieson & Smith 2-ply jumper weight, which has almost identical properties and comes in a fabulous range of colours), both of which knit as fingering weight. The grey scarf is worked in Regia 4-ply, with beads added in the transition rounds. Any fingering weight yarn can be used, sock yarns w