This pattern was inspired by a really interesting stitch I saw on the internet. I modified it slightly and thought it would look fantastic in a simple scarf!
There is only one stitch – knit – making it my new favorite lazy lace pattern An excellent beginner project.
-roughly 250 yards dk/light worsted weight yarn (or desired yarn)
-5 mm needles (or suitable needles for your yarn – I used a larger needle than my label called for to get the fabric to drape the way I wanted it to)
k = knit, yo = yarn over
Cast on 34 sts.
Rows 1-8 – knit
Row 9 – knit 10, (yo, k, yo twice, k, yo three times, k, yo twice, k, yo, k6)repeat, end knit 4
Row 10 – knit all stitches, dropping yo’s
Row 11,12 – knit
Row 13 – knit 5, (yo, k, yo twice, k, yo three times, k, yo twice, k, yo, k6)repeat, ending k5 instead of k6
Row 14 – knit, dropping yo’s
Row 15,16 – knit
Repeat Rows 9-16 desired number of times.
End with row 9 or 13 and finish by knitting 8 rows and casting off.
Enjoy! And, if you are so inclined, have a look at my hand spun yarn in my little internet yarn shop. Have a fantastic day!