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This pattern is for a turtleneck scarf that features 2 very special stitches, both cables and lace. The placement of the stitches causes the bottom of the scarf to have a slight (but noticeable) scallop on each end. The scarf if made using sport weight yarn, but is still fairly warm due to the turtleneck part. If you want it to be less warm, it's easy to make it without the turtleneck aspect.

The directions include instructions for an optional edging, as shown in this sample, but it can easily be made without it.

Skill Level: Intermediate - Intermediate + (assuming a basic knowledge of knitting, cabling and lace).

The yarn used to make the sample scarf is Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sport Yarn in the colorway called Grapevine.

This pattern was expertly tested by Dianne Speller who can be contacted at:
sewgirly [!at] msn.com

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Knit Scarf Pattern: Winter's Not Quite Over Scarf Knitting Pattern

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  • Materials: sport weight yarn, size 4 or 5 needles
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