By using large needles and a simple lace stitch, the Himalayan Sari Silk becomes soft with a lovely drape.

Sari Silk Lacy Scarf Free Pattern

  • Materials Approx. 160gms Himalayan Sari Silk. The more weight, the longer the scarf. Pair of 9mm or 10mm knitting needles Abbreviations 2tog = knit 2 stitches together yarn around needle = bring your yarn around the needle as if you are going to purl the next stitch (but you will knit it). This makes a stitch. Increase = knit into front of stitch and then knit into back of stitch Pattern Cast on 42 sts. 1st Row: Knit 1, purl 1 until end of row Repeat this row 3 more times. Next row: Knit 2 tog. until end of row – 21 sts remaining Next row: Knit 2tog, yarn around needle. Repeat until last stitch (remember to do yarn around needle) knit last stitch. Note if you get to the end of the row and don't have 1 stitch left to knit – you have made a boo boo (Technical knitting term. Repeat above row until your scarf is long enough or you only have enough yarn left to do the following: Increase in each stitch till end of row (42sts). Next row: Knit 1, purl 1 until end of row. Repeat this row 3 more times. Cast off and darn in ends.
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