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lovely Crest of the Waves Lace Scarf This lovely lace scarf is named after its
main pattern stitch "Crest of the Wave", a derivative of the popular Shetland
lace stitch Feather and Fan or Old Shale. The main stitch area of graceful lacy
waves is surrounded by a knit-as-you-go elegant ribbed openwork border.
Allow 500 yards of lace or
fingering weight yarn for 14" x 60" scarf, or desired length with yardage
adjustment. 4½ stitches/inch, size US 6 / 4.0 mm needles suggested. Shown above
in 2-ply handspun silk yarn. Charted and written stitch instructions.
Because of the
wavy structure of the stitch pattern, the Crest of the Waves Scarf
pattern is lovely worked in variegated yarns, too. Shown to right in
hand-painted silk/rayon from Heritage Yarns.