Ostrich feathers have been used for decades to make feather dusters. In this design, I’ve paired an ostrich plume stitch pattern with a lovely mohair/silk yarn to create a light-as-a-feather triangular scarf.
Suggested Yarn: Shibui Silk Cloud, a mohair/silk lace-weight yarn.
Needle: U.S. #7 (4.5 mm)
Finished Size: 50 inches across the wingspan and 22 inches down the center back. The finished size is easily adjusted by working more or fewer repeats of the stitch pattern.
The instructions are presented in both chart and written (row-by-row) form.
This project is appropriate for beginning lace knitters, but I would recommend substituting a non-mohair yarn.
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