Tracery Scarf

Tracery Scarf



Gothic architecture made beautiful use of tracery, ornamental work of interlacing or branching lines as seen in stained glass windows. The trellis pattern of this scarf similarly branches out to create a beautiful openwork pattern.

Width: 6.5″
Length: 55″

GAUGE 4″ = 25 sts and 23 rows in Trellis Stitch, after blocking
Yarns shown usually knit at 22 sts to 4″ in Stocking Stitch

320 yards dk weight yarn
US 6 (4mm) needles or size needed to obtain gauge
yarn needle
optional: cable needle

YARN SHOWN Rowan Lenpur Linen (75% viscose/25% linen; 126 yards/50 grams), 2-ply yarn handspun from A Verb For Keeping Warm Tussah Silk unspun fiber (100% tussah silk; 300 yards/2 ounces; 14 wraps per inch)