Gull Wings Scarf

Inspired by the pattern, EZ 100th Anniversary PI Shawl: Gull Wings, this scarf is sure to become one of your favorites! The pattern is written with 2 sizes: small and large, for more styling and wearing options!

 

This pattern is written and charted. It is started at the center back with a provisional cast on and worked to one end. Then the 2nd half is worked from the live stitches of the provisional cast on to the other end. The lace scarf is worked mostly in stockinette stitch with garter stitch on the left and right edges to minimize curling.

 

I used 72 grams/275 yards of yarn for the small scarf and 72 grams/425 yards for the large scarf.

 

A few years ago, when I was a newer knitter, I saw the inspirational shawl on Ravelry and I didn’t feel that I had the skills necessary to knit either the full circle shawl or the half circle shawl. But I loved the stitch patterns so much that I decided to design a scarf with those stitch patterns, and my Gull Wings Scarf was born! I hope you enjoy this scarf as much as I do!

 

SIZES:

Small: Approx. 6” wide x 54” long

Large: Approx. 9 1/4” wide x 54” long

 

SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate

 

MATERIALS:

Small Size:

Patons Kroy Socks yarn, 1.75 oz/50 g (192 yds/175 m) per ball

2 balls #54006 Whitecap (2.5 oz/72 g used)

Large Size:

Patons Lace yarn, 3 oz/85 g (498 yds/455 m) per ball

1 ball #33315 Sachet (2.6 oz/72 g used)

US Size 4 (3.5mm) needles or size required for gauge

Stitch marker (optional)