Bitten by the lace bug...

vsidart's picture

Hey guys (and ladies)-
So a few months ago, I did Brooklyn Tweed's "Juneberry Triangle." My first lace attempt, and I loved it. Now I'd really like to do a lace scarf, but I can't seem to find the perfect pattern. I really like the dimension of the Juneberry- it's got some cabley- viney (new words.... whatever!) interest to it that I'm really attracted to. Any thoughts? Suggestions? I'd appreciate 'em.

Thanks!

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chipsir's picture

Well done!!!! now we have

Well done!!!! now we have another who will become lace addicted lol. Stay away from MMario, he is such an enabler lol. Good luck, is it a mens or ladies scarf you want to do?

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

I usually find a lace

I usually find a lace pattern I like and set up a swatch. Then I border it in garter stitch [or seed stitch] and do a panel of lace. Sharon Miller's Heirloom Lace is a good start, as is the Vogue Stitch Dictionary. Or Barbara Walker, if you have access. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

QueerJoe's picture

Hi Eric...I didn't like much

Hi Eric...I didn't like much of what I found out on the internets, so I designed one myself.

It's available for free on Ravelry if you like it:

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/mans-lace-scarf