Maybe it’s the winter chill that arrived just after thanksgiving, but we here at space are in the mood for some snug cold-weather accessories. Though we’ve been on a sweater kick of late, when this scarf crossed our social media feed, we knew we had to have it. Scarflette by Justyna Lorkowska checks all the boxes – it has cables, it has lace, and its slim symmetrical shape is easy to both wear and style. Scarflette is knit from end to end, offering interesting construction to keep your interest and the pattern offers directions in both charted and written form. We think that this accessory is just the ticket to keep your neck snug and warm for all the colder months to come.
One: approx. 220 cm/86.5” long and 30 cm/12” deep at center.
525 Yards of fingering weight yarn
Suggested Yarn: 3 balls Pascuali Merino Baby or 2 Skeins Kelbourne Woolens Cricket
3.00 mm/US #2.5 circular needle (60 cm/24” long), or size needed for gauge.
2 cable needles, 2 stitch markers (optional), tapestry needle for weaving.
One pattern repeat measures 8 cm/3.25” wide by 12.5 cm/5” long.
27.5 sts and 32 rows = 10 cm/4” in pattern, measured flat after wet blocking.
Note from the Designer: The gauge is crucial on this project, and differences will affect the finished size as well as the required yardage, so I strongly recommend making a swatch and adjusting the needle size as necessary. Otherwise, make sure to have more yarn. Swatch should be reknit afterwards.