“Flush of Dawn” is that nod to the early morning, when the sun is still hiding on the horizon, when the sky is that soft shade of pink, when there is crispness in the air, when the flowers are still curled up into buds, and the possibilities are endless. 

Wear this infinity scarf wrapped double when it is still a bit brisk out or let it hang loose to add a touch of feminine softness to any outfit. Either way, you will feel ready to take on the day when you drape yourself in this lace. 

It is a quick and addictive knit if you are a seasoned knitter and if you are just getting started with lace, this is a perfect project to build your confidence whole honing and sharpening your skills. 

Pattern is worked in one solid piece and then beginning and ending rows are joined with Kitchener Stitch.


    21 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches in Center Panel Pattern

    250 – 350 yards (229 – 320 m)

    14 wpi

    US .5 – .375 cm

    21 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
    in Center Panel Pattern

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