By Jennifer Hansen
These scarves add an edgy yet feminine touch to any outfit. They're equally at home topping off jeans and a shirt, or paired with a suit for the office. Lace works up fast and uses less yarn than more solid crochet fabric. Use plain or beaded drapey yarn.
- Nicolette, 2 color scarf takes 130 yards main color, 95 yards contrast color drapey fingering weight yarn
- Papyrus uses 206 yards DK weight drapey yarn