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Dayflower Lace Scarf

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knit purl yo k2tog ssk

Materials: 1 sk Brown Sheep Cotton Fleece (215 yards, 5st/in) , US 8 needles Approx. finished size: 5 x 62 Cast on 25 sts and work 4 rows of garter st. Maintain 3 edge/border sts on either side in garter st throughout. Row 1 (WS) and all wrong side rows except 5 and 13: purl. Complete 20 or so chart repeats ending with row 8 or 16 (RS). Work 4 rows of garter st. Bind off, weave in ends, block. (Wet blocking recommended to set the gentle waves created by the increasing and decreasing number of stitches.)
The above chart2, instructions, and featured scarf created by Toni M. Maddox. http://tmooka.net/blogs/stitchingirl

19 st single repeat or (17+2) multiple repeat The chart does not include any border sts. Note the number of sts changes periodically. End with row 8 or 16.

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Note: the black no stitch blocks may not correspond to where the stitches were decreased. Written instructions in Barbara Walker A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns.