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Diamonds and Lace Scarf Digital Knitting Pattern

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This lace scarf is made from less then 350 yards of worsted-weight yarn. It’s perfect to use up those orphan one or two skeins that are left over after making a sweater!

It’s thick and warm, and is perfect for showing off self-striping or long colour change yarns, but will work up just fine in a solid or tonal as well!

The sample is shown using Wisdom Yarn Poems in “Enchanted Forest” which is sadly now discontinued. Any aran or worsted-weight wool blend would substitute well.

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Pattern Notes:

Note that gauge is flexible for this pattern, though it will change the appearance and/or size of the finished object. Also, the sample was knit using almost all three skeins of the recommended yarn. Please note that if you are a loose knitter, or are enlarging the pattern in anyway, you may require an additional skein of recommended yarn.

This pattern has charted and written instructions available. It also has an accessible large print option that is compatible with screen-reading software.

The large print option is done in a sans-serif font with a minimum 24 pt font size, and all pictures included have alt-text enabled for screen-readers.

Errata Link


Sizes Available: One, Adjustable, Shown as 12.5 inches (31.5 cm) by 62 inches (157.5 cm)

Materials Required:

328 yards / 300 meters of aran weight yarn


  • 5.5 mm (US 9) Straight or *Circular needles for working flat


Gauge for Pattern:

  • 16 stitches and 18 rows = 4 inches (10 cm square) in Stocking Stitch

Techniques Used:

  • long-tail cast on
  • decreases: k2tog, k3tog, ssk, sssk
  • increases: yo

Pattern Usage:

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Photography: Stephanie Wallace

Image Descriptions:

  1. A woman holding a scarf across her shoulder and back with an outstretched arm. The scarf is knit in striping worsted-yarn, and shows a diamond lace pattern.
  2. A woman holding a scarf across her shoulder and back with an outstretched arm. The scarf is knit in striping worsted-yarn, and shows a diamond lace pattern.
  3. A close up of a diamond lace stitch
  4. A close up of a diamond lace stitch

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