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I knocked this scarf up last year as a test for suitability for beginning lace knitters taking part in the All Shawl Together KAL. It made a useful stash buster – well, not so much a bust as a tickle, really – just 40g used.

Almost weightless, so a good hair-coverer

Very repetitive and mindless drop stitch pattern but worth the perseverance for a very wearable accessory. It offers so  much warmth for so little weight – I found that I wore it almost constantly through Christmas and well into January to warm my ailing throat and chest.

I would certainly make another.

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  1. April 4, 2010

    I really love this pattern! I’ve been wanting to tackle lace this summer and I think this might be the right starting place for me. I love the weight of lace but charts are difficult for me b/c of eye problems. I think the repetition of this pattern will be just the trick! Thanks for sharing~

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