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Lace Lined Scarf

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Designed by Deborah Jarchow

Heavenly cashmere and silk meet the lovely leno lace pattern! The best thing about this pattern is that it is absolutely free! Download it today and give a Yarnworker pattern a test drive! FREE!
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Pattern Description:

Sublime often comes in simple packages, as in this scarf, where a heavenly cashmere silk-blend yarn meets the lovely leno lace pattern.

Leno is one of a family of hand-manipulated weaves that are worked in front of the rigid heddle, by twisting, wrapping, or otherwise manipulating the yarn so that you can create a host of beautiful patterns. There are a number of ways leno can be worked. Each method follows the same principlewarp threads are crossed so that they lay twisted in the finished cloth.

This pattern provides detailed step-by-step photos on how to work Leno and best of all its free! If you like this pattern consider buying one of Yarnworker's other pattern and support a working weaver.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

58 " 6" with 5" fringe

Materials:

Yarn: Lotus Silky Cashmere Fingering from Trendsetter; 400 yd/55 g ball; 55% silk/45% cashmere fingering weight; 3,300 yd/lb, 22 w.p.i; shown in Light Khaki (#17) 1 ball
Tools: Rigid-heddle loom with a 10" weaving width, 10-dent rigid heddle, shuttle, pick-up stick, tapestry needle