Public Pattern Release: Diamonds and Lace Scarf!

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 I've been rather quiet over here on the blog for a bit, but, despite not having anything new for WIP Wed, (the curse of having a big project I can't share on social media!)  I -do- have a new(ish) Pattern release --  The Diamonds and Lace Scarf Pattern is now also available in my WebShop and on *Etsy!

A woman holding a scarf across her shoulder and back with an outstretched arm. The scarf is knit in striping worsted-yarn, and shows a diamond lace pattern.
Photography: Stephanie Wallace

It had originally been published as a Patron-Exclusive pattern (and Patrons, you can still download your new-and-updated copy over on Patreon!)  But now, it's also available elsewhere online, as well.
This lace scarf is made from less then 350 yards of worsted-weight yarn, perfect to use up those orphan one or two skeins that are left over after making a sweater.  It's thick and warm, and is perfect for showing off self-striping or long colour change yarns, but will work up just fine in a solid or tonal as well!

This scarf is knit flat (with straight needles or circulars, your choice!) with a garter stitch border, All Wrong-Side rows are purled with a garter stitch border.  Though only one size is given, the scarf is easily adjustable, and notes on how to do that are included in the pattern. 

The scarf  as written, uses almost all of the recommended skeins of yarn. If you are altering the pattern, or are a looser knitter, you may need an additional skein of yarn.

Sizes Available: One Size (adjustable). Sample measures 12.5 inches (31.5 cm) by 62 inches (157.5 cm),   Sample shown in Wisdom Yarn Poems, (100% Wool), in the colourway "Enchanted Forest."  As this yarn is (sadly) discontinued, you can find a list of possible substitutions here - and the scarf looks just as awesome in a tonal or solid colour, too!

The pattern is both written and charted, and, there is a large-print version available that is also compatible with screen-reading technology.

As always, I love seeing what you make! So please, tag your creations on Social Media with #SarahDawnsDesigns, so I can find your awesome things!

If you've got feedback, comments, or questions about the pattern, you can comment here, or e-mail me at