• 12May

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    Rivulet is a lovely lace scarf that is so simple to knit. I designed this pattern for the novice lace knitter, but it is gorgeous enough for even the most experienced of lacemakers. I am happy to announce that the pattern for Rivulet is now available for download – and it is free!

    Rivulet Scarf (click to download)

    Just click on the above link to download the pdf.  You may need to right click on the link and select “save target as” or “save file as” depending on which web browser you are using. If you left click on the link, it will open the pattern in the current browser window.  If you do not have a .pdf reader installed on your computer, I recommend Foxit Reader.  Download it for free here.

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    I am still working on the Ravelry link, but I hope to have it available soon.Enjoy!

    UPDATE: The Ravelry page is now up and running! Yay! You can find it here. Just a couple of notes….The scarf takes 300-400 yards of sport or DK weight yarn. The shorter version, pictured above, used 300 yards and measures 12″ x 40″; using 400 yards would make a longer version measuring 12″ x 60″.

11 Comments to Introducing: Rivulet (updated)

  • It is very lovely! This looks like a project that I would really enjoy! Thank you for offering it free!

  • this is just what I have been looking for to start knitting lace :o)
    you are very kind to offer it free, thank you!

  • What are the approximate length and width?
    Thanks for this pattern. Is it lovely!

  • I can’t seem to get the link on Ravelry to work. Can you please email me the pattern or send another link. Love, love, love the scarf.

  • Love the scarf – can’t open the pattern. Can you email it to me? Thank you.

  • will start knittin it tonight ,looks beautiful

  • I can’t wait to start this. It wil be a christmas present for my mom. She knits herself, so I hope she’ll love it! Afterall, she helped me pick it out herself!! 🙂

  • Please send written pattern. I do not do charts. Pattern is so.beautiful.

    Thank you,

    Mary Newberry

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