Felicienne Scarf Pattern

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Name: Felicienne

Created by: Ellen, at Knitti Politi

Felicienne is a pretty ascot-style lace scarf, featuring a falling leaf diamond lace pattern at each end and keyhole slots at both sides for flexible styling.

The scarf is worked flat from the bottom up, in two parts, which are grafted together at the centre back.

Written instructions for grafting using Kitchener stitch are included.

The pattern contains both written instructions and charts for the lace patterns used, so you can work from whichever you prefer.

An additional file for mirror knitters (those who form their new stitches on the left-hand needle) is included with this pattern, which can be used alongside the main instructions, it contains guidance notes and charts that have been adapted for reading from left to right on right side rows.

Craft: Knitting

US 2½ – 3.0 mm

Yarn: Fingering / 4 ply (14 wpi)

Gauge: 32 stitches and 38 rows = 4 inches in Stockinette Stitch

340 yards (311 m) fingering weight yarn.
Tapestry needle
Sizes Available:

Length: 112 cm (44 inches) Width of scarf body: 15 cm (6 inches)

Price: Regular price £3.50 (GBP), Introductory price of £2.50 until the end of June