Silver Bias Lace Scarf

This scarf is knit on the bias, giving a diagonal twist to regular garter and eyelet sections. The pretty silvery gray matches with so much, you'll want one of these in your wardrobe!

I used two skeins of Knit Picks Gloss Fingering in Sterling with size 8 needles.

CO 50, long tail. You can use any multiple of two if you want it wider or narrower.

Row 1: kfb, k to end

Row 2: k2tog, k to end

Rep rows 1 and 2 thirteen times.

Row 3: kfb, *yo, k2tog; rep from * to end to last st, k1

Row 4: k2tog, k to end

Rep rows 3 and 4 eleven times

Repeat garter and lace sections until desired length, ending with a garter section. I chose the thirteen and eleven repeats because I wanted each section to be about three inches, so you can do as many repeats as you need for 3", or you can choose to do larger or smaller sections of the garter and eyelets.

BO after the 13th row 2 of garter section, using JSSBO or another stretchy bind off. Weave in all ends.

I blocked this to open up the lace.

This scarf is 8"x100", and due to the increases and decreases, it is worked up diagonally, adding interest to the simple stitch pattern.

I hope you enjoy this pattern!
XOXO, Alyssa


  1. I am having problems with the lace portion of this pattern. It seems to narrow down the number of stitches dramatically. When you k2tog on 4th row, you decrease the scarf by half . Help!


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