The Rill lace scarf is back and it has been completely updated with new charts and full written instructions (in case chart’s aren’t your thing)!
Designed by our in house designer Dawn Prickett, the Rill scarf uses just a single skein of our Twice Sheared Sheep Merino Lace and produces a stunning summer weight scarf that is as light as air.
Paired yarn overs and decreases undulate across the scarf creating a graphic representation of the swirling currents and eddies of a swiftly moving stream.
Simple to read instructions, make this scarf suitable for even beginning lace knitters.
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner Knitter
Skills needed: Cast on, Bind off, yarn over, & various decreases
70″ x 60″
28 st / 40 rows = 4″
350 yrds of cobweb weight yarn
Twice Sheared Merino Lace (500 yrds per skein)
Twice Sheared Sheep Cashmere Lace (500 yrds per skein)
Needles: Size 1
– Blocking wires or rust proof pins
– Yarn needle