SIZE: 10 x 50 inches/ 22 x 110 cm
MATERIALS: One skein Doucer et Soie, 25gm/225 yards/205 meters. 70% baby mohair, 30% silk. Color shown, 8645, dark navy. (You could easily substitute Kid Silk Haze. It's essentially the same yarn.)
One set US size ten/6mm needles. (I suggest bamboo or wood, to make the stitches easier to keep track of, but it's up to you.)
GAUGE: Doesn't matter.
Note: I did not allow for selvedge stitches when knitting this, so when a row begins with K2tog, I knit the first and second stitches together. When there was no other action on the first stitch (for a regular knit row), I did slip the stitch.
DIRECTIONS: Cast on 54 stitches. Knit one row plain.
For the next, lace row, *(K 2 tog) 3 times, (yo, k1) 6 times, (K 2 tog) 3 times* Repeat from first *. There will be three repetitions, total.
Next three rows, knit.
Work four-row pattern (with just one row of lace and three rows of plain knitting) until you run out of yarn. End on a plain-knit rown, then bind off.
BLOCKING: There are many fancy ways to do this, but I simply soaked the scarf in a sink full of room-temperature water with some Eucalan, then let it drain on a towel for a few minutes, pinned it out, and let it dry.
This lace pattern is a modified version of Feather-and-Fan stitch, from "A Treasury of Knitting Patterns" by Barbara G Walker.