Skinny Lace Scarf Pattern

Hello knitters!

As promised I have posted the pattern to the skinny lace scarf that I designed. This scarf is knitted using the ridged lace stitch giving it a ribbed look. I also used super chunky yarn which came with sparkles on it to give it a little glam.

Skinny Lace Scarf - Purl Avenue
Skinny Lace Scarf 2 - Purl Avenue

In my pattern I added tassels to my scarf, this is optional. Instead, you can add pom poms or just leave the scarf tassel-less or pom poms-less. Either way, I think you’ll be happy with the results.

Skinny Lace Scarf 3 - Purl Avenue



2 skeins of super bulky yarn (104 yards/95 meters each)
Size 15 (10mm)
Large crochet needle


Cast on 8 sts.

Ridge Lace Stitch (multiple of 2 sts)
Row 1 (RS): k1, *yo, k2tog tbl; rep from * to last st, k1.
Row 2: p1, *yo, p2tog; rep from * to last st, p1.

Repeat these two rows until scarf reaches approximately 65 inches (165cm) and bind off. Block if needed. My scarf curled a little so I steam blocked it.

(Optional): With a crochet needle, attach tassels.

There you have it, very simple! Feel free to comment here or on Facebook. I’d love to know how it turns out 🙂

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  1. I am going to try this…looks very nice. Thank you for sharing.

    Peggy Sue

  2. Can this be done as an infinity scarf?


    • Peg, I know this is a late response but I have not yet found a way to knit this in the round. The only other way to make this into an infinity is to knit it to the desired length and then stitch or graft the two ends together.

  3. can this be made wider….i have bought this yarn at michaels. its beautiful yarn…its like a wheat color.

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    • Thank you for the reply….do i just repeat the middle of the row??? The part with the *
      Sorry to bother you again. I really appreciate your reply about making it wider..

  5. Hi, please tell me what tbl stands for? Thanks, looks like a great pattern – I have all I need to get started just stumped re: what tbl means.

  6. never mind — just got it LOL! through the back loops!!! thanks for sharing the pattern!

  7. Thanks so much for sharing.I will have to try this pattern.It looks so beautiful.Thank you. Thank you.

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