Every crafter has once in a while the same question: what to do with leftover bits of yarn? A great way to get rid of one 50 gram-ball (1.75 oz-ball) of thin wool or wool/acrylic yarn is knitting something in Shetland lace technique. This infinity scarf can be worn as a shrug, hat & scarf, scarf, neck warmer or a shoulder warmer – all ways look interesting.
Yarn: Light fingering / 3 ply / 480 m in 100 gr / 525 yards in 3.5 oz. Measurements: 30 cm/11.8’’ length; approx. 100 cm/39.5’’ width all around (can be stretched out to 140 cm/55’’). Total yarn usage is 260 yards (240 m).
You will receive:
► tutorial in ENGLISH for every row with a diagram for completing this lovely Shetland lace wrap.
► written explanation of all rows of the diagram is included.
Please keep the original small margins of this PDF during printing out.
FREE written version without chart is available here
after you like it on Facebook : )
Paid version contains additional diagram that helps to see all stitches and correct any of your mistakes at once.
Electronic download is available as a PDF and in formats compatible with your e-reader. After your payment is confirmed please check download notification email from conceptcreative.store. Shipping and printing cost are not included in price of this digital item – you will need to print all pages by yourself. You will have constant access to the purchased knit patterns, for more details please read: https://conceptcreative.store/help/
Intangible digital items cannot be returned or refunded.
Terms and Conditions: https://conceptcreative.store/terms-and-conditions/
Copyright © All rights reserved. Any reprinting, transmitting, reproducing, publishing or otherwise using for commercial purposes parts of this knit tutorial is strictly prohibited without prior written permission from conceptcreative.store.