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Gyllis is an architectural lace scarf knit lengthwise. Choose 1 or 2 colors of soft worsted weight yarn or substitute a smaller fingering weight yarn for a more delicate effect. Simple lace is worked in sections divided by different locations of increases that give the fabric a dramatic arched shape.
Gauge: 20  sts = 4" / 10cm in garter stitch using US 4  needles
Finished Measurements: Sizes: Small [Large] Shown in Large size - single color.
Finished Measurements: 41 ; / cm along CO edge, 11 ; wide.
Measurements taken after blocking.
Materials Used: Yarn: Fingering [Worsted]. Yardage: 1-color version: 400  yds / 366 m. 2-color version: (color A) 315  yds / 288 m, (color B) 85 yds / 78 m.
Shown in: Miss Babs Sojourn (65% Cashmere, 35% Silk; 200yds / 183m per 48g skein)
Needle Size: Needles: 32; US 4 / 3.5mm [US 8 / 5mm] circular
Notions: 10 stitch markers, tapestry needle.
Pattern Notes: Instructions are written for two colors, but ignore the color changes if you're only working with one color