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Light & Lacy Alpaca Scarf

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$ 52.00 USD
$ 61.00 USD (includes pattern download)

Light & Lacy Alpaca Scarf

Designed by Christine Jablonski

This simple pick-up stick pattern creates an elegant ribbed lace scarf that will have you looking forward to winter. The key to weaving this project is a light beat, which brings out the softness of this lofty alpaca yarn. Order a kit.


  • Rigid heddle loom 
  • 10-dent reed
  • One boat shuttle and bobbin or one stick shuttle
  • Pick-up stick, fringe twister


Warp: Ode Alpaca, 290 yds Daylight

Weft: Ode Alpaca, 275 yds Daylight


  • 10.7" weaving width
  • 10 EPI
  • 11 PPI
  • One scarf, 9.25" W x 72.5" L
  • Skill level: Intermediate

Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
Kathleen Mayer
Light and Lacey Alpaca

I just finished weaving this scarf. I made it narrower than the pattern said. The Ode to Alpaca Yarn is so soft and the color blush so heavenly. The scarf has a beautiful drape. Although my pattern didn’t come out quite the way as in the picture. It still is a very nice scarf. I just didn’t beat the groupings hard enough. It was an easy pattern to do because it had a rhythm to it. I’m pretty happy with it.

Janet Neuschafer

I have not woven this scarf yet but the pattern is very easy to understand and it uses a pick-up stick. I love patterns with pick-up sticks and I'm looking forward to getting started. Ode Alpaca is such a beautiful yarn to weave with, it is so soft and the colors are lovely. For this scarf I'm going to use Blossom which is a soft pink. I can't wait to get started!


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Gloria Zocchi
Soft and warm scarf

This scarf was a gift for my daughter who loves it. Alpaca was lovely to work with.

Robal Olarte
cute and simple

the directions are pretty simple and easy to memorize the repetitive pattern, I used a different yarn that appears to be thinner than suggested yarn, which is ok because the lace is more visible. I had trouble understanding the spacing and had to back out serveral times but finally got the beat down still on the loom but looks great.