Valkyrie

I wanted to use up some of my sock yarn for things other than socks.  Valkyrie is a one-skein scarf with an easy-to-follow cables and lace pattern.

Valkyrie Scarf 3

It can be made wider to make it more of a stole.  I can see this in some gorgeous hand-dyed silk laceweight with one or two extra pattern repeats.

Valkyrie Scarf 1

The combination of cables and lace with purled wrong-side rows makes for a nice pattern that goes smoothly and is easy and quick to knit.

Valkyrie Scarf 2

Valkyrie Scarf

  • Source: Rosi G.
  • Finished Size: 64” long x 9.5” wide after blocking and with fabric relaxed.
  • Yarn: Blue Moon Fiber Arts Socks that Rock – Mediumweight, 1 skein, 380 yds.
  • Color: Valkyrie
  • Needles: US 7
  • Gauge: 14 sts  = 3.5″ in cables and lace pattern
  • Started: May 12, 2009
  • Finished: May 18, 2009
  • Pattern cost: $5 (pattern includes both written and charted instructions)

9 thoughts on “Valkyrie”

  1. Ooh, Rosi, that’s lovely. Now this is why spinning is so great – I can make yarn to knit that pattern. Heh.

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