Leftover scarflette - Free Scarf Knitting Pattern

a href="http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_M6aOzViZA9w/SmTwhH3vWHI/AAAAAAAAI2U/qOT9GLexsR4/s1600-h/S5000462.JPG" onblur="try {parent.deselectBloggerImageGracefully();} catch(e) {}"img alt="" border="0" id="BLOGGER_PHOTO_ID_5360673908316919922" src="http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_M6aOzViZA9w/SmTwhH3vWHI/AAAAAAAAI2U/qOT9GLexsR4/s320/S5000462.JPG" style="cursor: pointer; height: 240px; width: 320px;" //abr /divbr //divdivAfter finishing Min's scarf, I had a bit of the Merino Mia yarn left over so I improvised a quick, skinny scarf. Here's the pattern if you have some leftover yarn that's less than 100yds and you want to do something with it. It utilizes the fishnet lace pattern and a simple garter stitch./divdivbr //divdiva href="http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_M6aOzViZA9w/SmTwhH3vWHI/AAAAAAAAI2U/qOT9GLexsR4/s1600-h/S5000462.JPG" onblur="try {parent.deselectBloggerImageGracefully();} catch(e) {}"/abr /a href="http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_M6aOzViZA9w/SmTwg-cv1KI/AAAAAAAAI2M/bTQCU-01DyQ/s1600-h/S5000461.JPG" onblur="try {parent.deselectBloggerImageGracefully();} catch(e) {}"img alt="" border="0" id="BLOGGER_PHOTO_ID_5360673905787786402" src="http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_M6aOzViZA9w/SmTwg-cv1KI/AAAAAAAAI2M/bTQCU-01DyQ/s320/S5000461.JPG" style="cursor: pointer; height: 240px; width: 320px;" //abr /divbr //divdivbr //divdivbLeftover Scarflette Pattern/b/divdivNeedles: US #7 or whatever size you want. The larger the needles, the airier your scarf./divdivbr //divdivCast on 14 stitches or any multiple of 2 stitches./divdivbr //divdivKnit 2 rows./divdivFishnet Lace Row: K3, *yo, k2tog, rep from * to last 3 stitches, K3/divdivbr //divdivRepeat this lace row about 20 times, then switch to garter stitch and just knit 30 rows straight. /divdivbr //divdivRepeat these two sections until the scarflette is as long as you want it, or you are almost out of yarn. Then knit 2 rows, and bind off. :) Enjoy!! /divdivbr //divdivI blocked the scarflette by soaking it in a bucket of water with a few drops of Eucalan wool wash (or you can use a few drops of shampoo) for about 2 hours (30minutes or more is generally recommended), gently wringing the water out, rinsing it out in a bucket of clean water, and then blocking it to make it as open as I could. :) /div/div