The lace scarf uses the Shetland lace pattern Cat's Paw.
It takes about 80 g wool yarn and a pair of 6 mm (US 10) needles,
and is about 8 ins wide and 60 ins long (adjustable).
Both the written and charted instructions are included.
Click here to download the pfd file of the Cat's Paw Scarf in 4 ply/fingering.
The aran weight pattern uses gansey motifs - the cable and different diamonds.
It takes about 250 g aran weight yarn and a pair of 5.5 mm (US 9) needles.
The scarf is about 7.5 ins wide and 60 ins long (adjustable).
The instructions for the pattern are given as a chart.
Click here to download the pdf file of the Aran Weight Gansey Scarf.
Two Lace Weight Scarves
designed by the Ravelry Day Lace Design Class 2009
Both designs were produced by the class as a whole -
Alyson Freeman, Emily Dibdin, Eve Everitt, Libraknitter and Sabine Wieber
The sheep scarf took 2 x 25 g balls of Jamieson and Smith's 2 ply lace weight, and the pink scarf took 60 g of ColourMart 4/28 cashmere.
Both are knitted on 4 mm neeedles.
The scarves are about 7 ins wide after washing and dressing.
The Sheep Scarf is 58 ins long, and the one with the shaped ends 58 ins, plus an extra 6 ins for
each shaped end – ie total length from tip to tip (excluding tassels) is 70 ins.
Click here to download the pdf file of the Two Lace Weight Scarves