Here is the pattern to make Dorothy Siemen's beautiful trio of scarves, from Fiddlesticks Knitting.
Three scarves each using about 200 yards of worsted weight yarn, hug your neck in a variety of styles. Construction is different for each, and lace knitting is the common theme, making these scarves fun to knit. All three scarves are included in the pattern. Make all three and keep them “necks” to you!
Top: Triangle Scarf shown in Aubergine.
Middle: Diamond Scarf shown in Spruce.
Bottom: Flared Scarf shown in Mallard's Wing.
Recommended for Intermediate lace knitters.
NOTE: Fiddlesticks Knitting patterns are charted.
The original yarn was Fiddlesticks Knitting Silken Merino (50% merino, 50% Tussah silk) each ball 50 g / 105 m and each took two balls.
Triangle: finished size of 58 inches across top edge x 9.5 inches deep at center.
Diamond: ends up as 60 inches long x 6.5 inches wide.
Flared: finished size of 4 inches long x 5 inches wide at narrow (neck) section.
Note: If longer scarves are desired, more yarn will be required. Details of each can be seen if you click on the individual photo.
3.5 mm (US 4) 24-inch circular needles, or size needed to obtain gauge
Gauge in stocking stitch without blocking:
4 inches = 22 stitches and 35 rows
These are lovely -- the pattern is clearly charted and very easy to follow. Treat yourself!