Flower Lattice Infinity Scarf
I’ve had this flower lattice infinity Scarf pattern on my computer for over half a year but I didn’t have a picture of the finished scarf to post with the pattern. I started a purse project that I kept in my purse and would work on it whenever I was traveling on the bus, usually on my way to the yarn store!! After months I finished the first ball of yarn and I took it out of my purse started to work on it more.
I really love this flower lattice stitch, check out all the patterns I’ve made with it HERE. I will be working on a video tutorial for this pattern in the near future. If you are in need of some help the scarf video tutorial HERE can help with the basics of how this stitch is worked.
I am in love with how pretty it turned out!
Flower Lattice Infinity Scarf Pattern Notes..
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Yarn: 2 balls of Ice Yarns – Magic Light or any other #3 dk yarn.
Hook: US G6/4.25mm (For a light weight soft scarf use Luv Baby with a US G6/4.00mm hook)
Size: 5 flowers wide = 12” before side row is added, 12.5” completed X 67-68”
- When working with the flower lattice you will NOT be turning your work. One row will be worked from left to right, the next row will be worked right to left without turning. You will be looking at the right side of your work throughout the entire piece.
- Each flower has 4 petals, to make it easier to reference I’ve numbered them and these numbers will be used within the pattern, the star on the 3rd petal marks the left joining corner.
- sl st in last dc of next flower as shown below.
- Row 8 will join your work together.
Notes: Video tutorial coming soon.
Flower Lattice Infinity Scarf Pattern..
|Create Date||March 17, 2014|
|Last Updated||November 15, 2014|
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