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Sapphire Lace Scarf

This lace scarf knits up fast, and is perfect for warmer spring days, since it is so light.

I used two balls of KnitPicks Andean Treasure in Sapphire Heather with size 10 needles. I would call this yarn a worsted weight, and it is a baby alpaca yarn, so it's super soft.

CO 40, long tail

Knit one row

Row 1: k across

Row 2: k2, *yo, p4tog; rep from * to end to last two sts, k2

Row 3: k2, *k1, (k1, p1, k1) in yo from previous row; rep from * to end to last 2 sts, k2

Rep rows 1-3 until the scarf is as long as you want. I blocked mine, and this lace pattern opens dramatically, so keep that in mind when knitting, and deciding when to bind off.

After a row 1, knit one more row, then BO using JSSBO or another stretchy BO.

Block this, and weave in any remaining ends.

I love how soft this baby alpaca yarn is, and love the bright blue, slightly turquoise color. This was my first time using this yarn, and I found it very enjoyable and easy to work with.

My finished scarf is 9"x60". …

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