Short Description: The wide lace scarves of the 1920s were worn long and silky to accent the new slender figure and clothing of the decade, but probably came in handy, too, for those baring shoulders for the first time. This fine, silky rectangle features a shimmery damask pattern that relies on changes in stitch direction for the play of shadows across its surface. Make the most of this feature by using a yarn that has a soft sheen. Substituting yarn and/or needles may result in an overall variation in size.
Gauge: 24 sts and 32 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch (unblocked; fabric will be relaxed)
Finished Measurements: 14 inches wide and 72 inches long (stretched and blocked)
Materials Used: 630 yards of any light fingering yarn with 125-150 yards per ounce
Needle Size: size 4US (3.5 mm), or size to obtain correct gauge
Other Details: Suggested Yarns: Woolen Rabbit Kashmir, Spirit Trail Fiberworks Nona, Alisha Goes Around Panoply of Peacocks Lace, Indigodragonfly MCN Lace, Zen Yarn Garden Serenity Silk, Anzula Cloud, String Theory Hand Dyed Yarn Caper Lace, Saffron Dyeworks Bridger Lace, Barking Dog Yarns Rune, JulieSpins MCN 560, or any light fingering yarn with 125-150 yards per ounce