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Filigree Lace Ensembles
HeartStrings knitting pattern #A135
The lacy look in layering without the added bulk and warmth of wearing full garments.
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Neck Warmer, coordinating Wrist Warmers and Hat are knitted in a simple lace motif that looks more complicated than it really is.
The pattern stitch has a pretty reverse side, too, so that the items can be worn inside out or with edges folded over to give a variety of looks.
For more styles of hand coverings that can be coordinated with the Filigree Lace Hat and Neck Warmer, see HeartStrings pattern #A35 Fine Filigree Fingerlings.
These items can be knitted in any sport weight yarn of your choice. Size US 6 and 7 / 4 and 4.5 mm needles suggested for neck warmer, Size US 6 /4 mm needles for hat, and size US 2 / 2.75 mm for wrist warmers. Shown in Brown Sheep Nature Spun sport weight color #730 Natural and #N98 Pink Please. Written stitch instructions.
Denise K. writes --
I've attached a couple pics of me wearing my filigree lace neck warmer, with
the jacket open a bit so you can actually see it. It is so cozy! Even on
days when the temperature hovered around freezing, it kept me toasty warm.
And the best part is that it doesn't add bulk to an already cumbersome
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See more patterns in the Jackie E-S Design Collections: Wrist Warmers, Neck Warmers, Knitted Hats.