Goddess Dream Scarf-Free Lace Knitting Pattern

Alright, so I have literally been working on this scarf for 361 days exactly….lol. It really only took me about 2 months to make, but I’m a little A.D.D. when it comes to knitting projects. I like to start them a lot.

So, this is a beautiful lace scarf I made with Patons Lace Porcelain (blue). Like I said, I have a lot of man hours into this, like a lot. The finished length was approximately 68 inches. On size 4 needles, this entire pattern is about 2 inches long, so I had to repeat it about 34 times, although it seems like I repeated it about 100 times.

Let me know if you take on the project, it’s also on Ravelry (my username is Berakou), here’s the link to it.

Enjoy! This is a birthday present for one of my best friends, Sam. I know she will love it!

 

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Sorry for the quality….broke my camera so I have to use my phone…

 

Here’s the pattern! See original here–> click

US size 4 needles (I used nice flexible bamboo ones, made it a lot easier)
Tapestry Needle
Patience

UPDATE: The writer of the pattern has asked me to remove it, and so I have. The link above will take you directly to the pattern where she has approved use for personal projects only.

As always, may the odds be ever in your favor!

Ben

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. AlisonH says:

    It is better form to request permission to post someone else’s pattern before doing so and certainly to link to the designer of said piece. Free does not mean I gave up copyright.

    My father spent ten years researching and writing a historical book that someone else later plagiarized fully half of, so it is a subject a bit too close to home for me. Thank you for your understanding.

    1. I will remove the pattern, but I will leave the link.
      My purpose was not to plagiarize you, but to share a wonderful pattern and drive traffic to your site. This pattern is copied all over the internet and Ravelry, so I don’t understand why I have been singled out when this is a personal blog, that I make no money off of and has no purpose but to be a writing place for me. Nothing I share, that is not my own, is claimed copyright. I’m sorry you have had problems with this in the past, but instead of going after your fans, go after the stores that have been stealing your patterns.

  2. AlisonH says:

    Thank you for the kind words about the pattern! (Actually, I think these days that it really does need a beginning and end motif to give it a border all around.)

    I have spoken to others that I have found, including, as far as I could tell, the person who renamed the pattern Goddess; I’m not singling you out at all, and thank you, I appreciate your taking it down. If you look into copyright law, actually legally one does claim copyright by posting it without attribution or permission and if I did nothing at all I could legally lose my rights to my own work so that did need to be addressed, and thank you very much for your response. I very much appreciate it. And my apologies, I would have made this a private conversation from the get-go but I could not find an email address on your blog. (Email-centric. I’m so ’90’s.)

    Your scarf is beautiful. You’ve put a lot of work into it, and I bet your friend will be absolutely thrilled you made it for her.

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