Cathedral Bells Scarf! New Knitting Pattern and Video!

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Cathedral Bells Scarf is the perfect accessory to wear during season transitions.
This scarf use an easy lace knitting stitch that gives a romantic vintage texture, you can memorize the lace stitch but is challenging too, so you will not get bored while knitting this lacey scarf.

800 yards fingering weight yarn
Shown in: Malabrigo Mechita
Superwash Merino wool fingering weight yarn (420 yds. = 100 grams) Shown in color: 83 Water Green
This pattern will work great on any
Merino Sock Liliacraftparty Hand Dyed Yarns too, you can check all colorways at

Needle Size:
US 4 – 3.5mm straight needles

Finished Size:
Wide: 8.25” (21cm) Long: 84” (214cm)

27 sts & 40 rows in stockinette = 4”/10cm

This Pattern Include
Written Instructions

On this pattern you will use a special way to make 3 sts knitted together, I made a video to show you how easily you can do this, you will find on the pdf pattern writing instructions and charts, so you can work from your favorite method to knit lace.

Im sure you will love to knit your Cathedral Bells Scarf, if you start soon, please do not hesitate to contact me if you need pattern support or have any questions, I always happy to help!

Happy Knitting!


Start working on this pattern today!

You can purchase Cathedral Bells Scarf on RavelryEtsy and Liliacraftparty Website

To Purchase Liliacraftparty Yarn please click HERE

Learn how to make the 3 sts together knitted for Cathedral Bells Scarf

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3 Responses

  1. creativejewishmomcom

    Gorgeous scarf! thanks for sharing on craft schooling Sunday and happy holidays!

  2. Mica

    That is such a beautiful scarf! I love the colours in the knit, and that is a really pretty pattern too! 🙂

    Thanks so much for joining the #WeekdayWearLinkup!

    Hope that you are having a great weekend!

  3. mireille

    What a gorgeous choice of color and pretty pattern!

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