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So yay to free pattern! It was pretty simple and straight forward that I didn’t really feel like charging $ for the pattern. So what the heck. Free is good. Everybody likes free stuff. Here you go!

All you need is a worsted weight yarn and #5(3.25mm) needle. Straight or circular doesn’t matter, and gauge doesn’t really matter either. Since I wanted to make a thin and breezy spring/summer scarf…or..scratch that. Actually it was the other way around…this pattern was born since I found this beautiful skein of Farmhouse Yarns Bonnie’s Bamboo. Slick and shiny and slightly varied color. But you can use any other fiber–cotton, wool, aplaca, linen…anything you like. Cast on 28 Stitches. If you want the scarf to be wider, you can do so by using the formula (8x st)+12 so it could be 28 or 36 or 44, and so on. If you feel like making this into a blanket, keep on adding that 8 till desired width, Row 1-5 is seed stitch. RS : the end. Should end with P1. WS : P1K1…to the end. Should end with K1. From here, we start the Grapevine Lace stitch with 3 rows of garter stitch border to prevent curling. This means the first 3 stitches and the last 3 stitches on both RS and WS are knit stitch. *the stitches between the asterisks* means you repeat those stitches The borders are included here, so don’t worry about counting them, just follow what’s here.. Row:1 -K5 *k2 tog, k1, yo, k1, ssk, k2* to the last 7st, k7

Row 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 – K3, P until the last 3st, K3.

Row: 3 -K4, k2tog, k1, yo *k1, yo, k1, ssk, k2 tog, k1, yo* to the last 5st,k5

Row: 5 – K6, yo *k3, yo, k1, ssk, k1, yo*to the last 6st, k6

Row: 7 - K8 *k2 tog, k1, yo, k1, ssk, k2*to the last 5st, k5Row: 9 - K7 *k2 tog, k1, (yo, k1) twice, ssk*to the last 6st, k6Row: 11 - K6, k2 tog *k1, yo, k3, yo, k1, k2 tog*to the last 5st,k5

DO NOT BE ALARMED if every row does not add up to same number of stitches. Try one repeat before you go “aw dang”. If it doesn’t look right, THEN decide something went wrong. This is one of those mean stitch patterns that changes the number of stitches everywhere. I have gotten a lot of “are you sure the pattern is correct?” messages but I have used this same pattern to make mine and others have to, so PLEASE TRUST ME XD!All you need to do is repeat those 12 rows until desired lengter you complete the 12th row of the last repeat, do another 5 rows of seed stitch like the first 5 rows, then bind off.

Block it off and you gots a nice lace scarf! weeee!

I’d usually say “all rights reserved” blabla if you make stuff from my original design don’t sell it etc, but this pattern is so go ahead and sell it if you wish. But if you do sell it please mention AZURE and add a link to AZURE KNITS ( Thanks!

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