English pattern for Heatwave Scarf

28,00 DKK

Heatwave is a tiny little scarf. Use it over a shirt, under a jacket, with a plain t-shirt, around your head or in your ponytail – or tie it to your bag.

The wavy construction makes it very easy to style. Pull one end through as I did on the photo, or simply tie it. This is a very easy way to add a whimsical, feminine touch to any outfit, or just a splash of color.



Finished measurements

Length: 88 cm / 34.5 in – see measurements on the last page.




105 meters / 112 yards / 12.5 grams lace weight silk mohair


Please note that yardage is estimated and may vary between knitters!


Sample is knit in Billy Kid Silk, colorway Rabbit Ears, from Dream in Color Yarn: https://www.dreamincoloryarn.com/


Yarn alternative: Suri Silk Fluff Lace, colorway Ashes to Ashes, from By Kiilerich: https://bykiilerich.com/



Suggested needles

4 mm (size 6 US) circular or straight, for ribbing

8 mm (size 11 US) circular or straight




14 stitches x 16 rows in stockinette stitch on larger needle = 10×10 cm (4×4 inches)


Note: Needle size is just a suggestion. Adjust needle size if needed to obtain gauge. Gauge is not terribly important in a scarf though – so you could also just look at the fabric you’re creating and decide if you like it! Heatwave is designed to be knit at a very open gauge. If you prefer a tighter fabric, you will probably have to adjust your stitch count for the parts worked on the larger needles.