This scarf was machine knitted from an 80 gram skein of identified handspun yarn. It was knitted on the mid-gauge Studio/Silver-Reed SK860 using a handmanipulated lace stitch and stockinette stitch.
One side has a rib like look to it, the other a lace.b
I chose 6 rows of handknit garter stitch to start and finish the ends of the scarf.
BIASING LACE STITCH: this is a knit 2 together, yarn over ( in handknitting) lattice type stitch. The repetative left sided transfers will result in a BIAS ends on the scarf.
Working over an ODD number stitches. i.e. 17-0-18 .
Working from the right hand side of the needlebed, EON transfer one stitch onto its left sided neighbour stitch. NOTE: keep the empty needle in working position. On the transfer row, always move the stitch to the left.
*Knit 2rows. Repeat for a total of 40 rows.
TIP: pull needles out to “D” position, to ensure that the stitches knit through.
Knit 10 rows.*
Continue for your desired length, ending with the 40 row lace segment.