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Gothic Forest Scarf

The stitch pattern used for the body of this scarf reminds me of a forest of trees, their branches forming high, mysterious arches. The shape of the arches are gothic in nature and that, plus the muted yet rich tones of the beautiful cashmere from Sericin Silkworks, led to the name for this decadent scarf. This project uses up every yard of the precious, luxury fiber.

The scarf is worked from the bottom up in two pieces that are then grafted at the centre back of the neck. This construction ensures that the arches of the lace pattern point upward on both sides of scarf. With buttonholes on one end, you can button this scarf in numerous ways to hold it in place around your neck.

Skill Required:
  • Lace
  • Kitchener stitch/grafting
  • Increasing and decreasing
  • Following charts
  • Blocking

Yarn: 375 yards/343 meters of 2 ply 100% cashmere or cashmere blend, heavy lace weight/light fingering yarn that knits up to 7 sts/inch.

Shown In:
Sericin Silkworks ‘Cashmere’, (375 yds/343 meters; 100% cashmere; 1.98 oz/56 grams per skein), 1 skein in Quiet Kaleidoscope. Three Cocoa Wood medium buttons (7/8”, size 36C)

Finished Size (blocked): 9.5”/24.13 cm wide by 46”/116.84 cm long

Other Tools:
  • Three buttons, 7/8”/22mm
  • Stitch markers (4)
  • Tapestry needle
  • Blocking tools
  • Unwaxed dental floss (to attach buttons)

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