Ever since making Rinde, I have been in love with textured single loop cowls. Warm yet not bulky, they snug into your coat without gaping, and never give you that ‘turtleneck choke-hold’ feel! The Winter Silk Cowl comes in two lengths, for those knitters who share my love for single cowl snuggliness, as well as those of you who prefer the double-wrapped infinity look. This cowl is worked in the round using a deep, cushy stitch pattern that looks like it consists of two distinct layers of fabric. I-cord cast on and bind off complete an elegant, finished look.
Materials Yarn Mountain Colors ‘Winter Silk’ (50% wool/50% silk, 200 yards/183 m, 3 oz/90g). Sample shown in ‘Winter Sky’ Sizes A (B) use approx. 180 (370) yards /165 (338) meters of DK weight...
Carrot Cake is a top down, triangular/faroese hybrid shawl knit in lace weight yarn.
Errata: Row 1 of Garden Path Chart, st #28 should be a s2kp, st# 30 a ‘no-st’ Row 3 of Garden Path Chart, st #31 should be a knit st.
Updated stitch counts: After Set up chart: 131 sts After Carrot Chart: 247 sts After Path chart: 311 sts
In my other life, I am a personal trainer, and I am obviously concerned with helping folks choose healthier meals and steer them towards better-for-you snacks. Here is something you can indulge in, without worry, you’ll wear it on your hips later. Wrap your shoulders in this soft lace shawl, full of fiber, but virtually calorie and therefore guilt free. Carrot Cake works up into a treat you won’t want to miss. And you don’t have to, it’s all trainer approved!
His and Hers simple cable sweater is classic and warm and works up in a jiffy using bulky 100% American grown and processed Merino wool.
Originally I had planned a very, very basic sweater, with only one panel of cables on the front, but decided that I really, really can’t knit that much plain stockinette and stay excited about the design, and so I added a paired down cable panel for the back and some detailing to the top of the sleeves.
Easy cable pattern adds interest but is simple enough for even a novice ‘cabler’ to manage, as there are only 2 cables on the front and one down the center back, (the back on, if you really want, could even be left off). The sleeve features a neat center pattern that adds visual and knitting interest, and as an added bonus, it also helps in counting the rounds!
Cozy sweater is worked in the round from the bottom up to the arms, where sleeves and body are joined in a compound raglan yoke and worked to the neck. Due to the compound raglan shaping the decreases follow the shape of the body...
Named for a beautiful feature of classical architecture, Astragal brings to mind the fluidity the Old Masters. From solid marble came form, strength, and beauty; here interpreted as geometric keys bounding the sweeping drape and tidy lines of this cozy shawl together. Shaped gradually as an asymmetrical shawl, Astragal is worked from end to end, allowing you to customize your knitting and create your own masterpiece.
Materials Yarn Outlaw Yarn Bohemia (45% Polwarth / 45% Alpaca / 10% Possum fibre, 182 yd / 166 m, 50 grams / 1.76 ounces), sport weight. 3 skeins color A, 1 skein color B, 1 skein color C. Sample shown in A: Fog 425 yd / 390 m; B: Arsenic 120 yd / 110 m; and C: Prose 120 yd / 110 m.
Needles US size 5 / 3.75 mm circular needle, min. 32” / 80 cm, or size to...
When navigating the seas depended upon the night sky, tools like the Azimuth Compass allowed navigators to accurately place themselves longitudinally and keep their sights on the voyage ahead. When you wrap yourself in the radiating lines of this generous top down shawl and gaze up at the night sky, imagine the daring it would have demanded to sail off with them as your only guide.
Yarn Malabrigo Arroyo, 100% Kettle-dyed Superwash Merino, 335 yards (305 m) per 3.5 oz (100 g) skein. One skein each in colors A, B & C. Shown in (A) Regatta Blue, 290 yds (266 m); (B) Reflecting Pool, 290 yds (266 m); (C) Glitter, 270 yds (247 m).
Needles US 6 (4 mm) circular needle, min. 32” /80 cm to hold a large number of stitches, or size to obtain gauge; cable needle.
Gauge 22 st and 32 rows = 4” (10 cm) in Stockinette Stitch
Notions Stitch markers in 2 colors: 5 color A and 6 color B
Als die Messung von Position und Längengraden in der Schifffahrt noch vom Nachthimmel beherrscht wurde, brauchte man Geräte wie einen Azimut Kompass um auf Kurs zu bleiben. Wenn du dich in die strahlenförmigen Linien dieses Tuches einschmiegst und...
Airy, light and delicate, this cowl gives just the right amount of coverage on windy Summer evenings or mild Winter days and will collapse and scrunch down into a soft collar when worn under a jacket. Worked in the round from the bottom up, with only 11 rounds requiring the use of both colors at the same time.
Fully written and charted instructions!
Materials Yarn Malabrigo Silky Merino (51% Silk/49% Merino, 150 yards/137 m, 1.75 oz/50 gr) 1 skein each color A (421 Blackberry) and color B (76 Manzanilla Olive) Or DK weight yarn in 2 colors, about 75 yds (69 m) color A, and 120 yds (110 m) color B The properties of this yarn with it’s silk content are an important part of this design. When substituting yarns, select a yarn with comparable drape and softness.
Needles US Size 6 (4 mm) 16” circular needle or size to obtain gauge US Size 8 (5 mm) 16” circular needle, for Backberry...
Oxford chic and studied, a look you can now pull off easily, even if your not into books! Or you only have time to read magazines at the coffee shop.
Using a clever slip stitch pattern to produce a smart plaid fabric, this cowl shows you are smart about your work and know how to be stylish with ease. In fact no real colorwork is required of you to make this, you will only ever use one yarn at a time, no fiddling with carrying along a second color!
So what will it be, Macchiato or Machiavelli?
Materials: Yarn: Sweet Georgia Trinity Worsted: 70% Merino, 20% Cashmere, 10% Silk (200 yards/183 meters, 115 grams /4.06 ounces) 1 skein color A (Boysenberry) and 1 skein color B (Pistachio)
Needles: US Size 8 (5 mm) 16 or 20” circular needle, or size to obtain gauge US...
Perfect as a last minute gift and since there are 4 sizes to chose from, a great Mother/Daughter knit. Quick to make and warm to wear boot toppers are worked up in the round using bulky weight yarn for that instant gratification project. The textured sections use an easy combinations of knit and purl stitches, allowing the cable pattern to stand out more and making this an easy project. Wear them folded over the top of boots, or tucked inside as boot liners, or dress up that short pair of booties, your choice!
Materials Yarn Made in America Yarns ‘American Lamb’ (100% US grown and processed Merino wool, 146yards/133.5m, 3.5 oz/99g), 1(2, 2, 2) skeins or other bulky weight yarn, approx. 130(165, 195, 230) yds/120(150, 180, 210) meters
Needles US Size 9 (5.5 mm) or size to obtain gauge; DPNs or circular needle(s) for your preferred method of working in the...
I twist and turn and then meander, I rush and ripple and then wander. From slate to clay to sand and gravel, my color shows you where I’ve travelled. As waters join, mingle and grow, they tell a tale of where I go!
Errata: V041315 and before. The 4th and final set up row for the center sections is missing a ‘slip same stitches as on previous RS row’. It should correctly read: WS: With B purl to m1, slipping same stitches as on previous RS row, p1, slip 1.
V040215: Row 126 of left rapids should read p7 not p5. Corrected in V041314
Confluence is the second installment of Riversong: 2015 Shawl Club
Confluence is a shawl inspired by the joining of two rivers, coming from opposite directions, joining and mingling where they meet. To showcase the difference between two rivers that might have run over different ground, rocks and mountains, the colors are inversed, which...
Errata: Bottom Edge Chart row 11 and 12, should have a slip stitch in the second position, not a knit/purl.
This cowl is deep and cozy, with lovely lines of contrasting color and pert garter ridges to give it both comfort and beauty. The Cornice Cowl works up quickly and gracefully, with a fun Greek key detail worked in mosaic stitches that keep the knitting interesting and draw the eye. Use one color per row, no stranding or carrying yarn necessary!
Materials: Yarn: Outlaw Yarn Bohemia (45% Polwarth / 45% Alpaca / 10% Possum fibre, 182 yd / 166 m, 50 grams / 1.76 ounces), sport weight. 1 skein each colors A and B. Sample shown in A: Londontown 120 yd / 110 m; and B: Prose 140 yd / 128 m.
Needles: US Size 5 (3.75 mm) circular needle, 16” / 40 cm, or size to obtain...
Fernweh is the sentiment of longing to be someplace far. A bit like homesick, but with a twist, longing for a far away place and not necessarily one you have actually been to.
This shawl is the same way, familiar and different at the same time. A simple garter stripe shawl, but with a twist.
This asymmetric shawl features a mosaic slipped-stitch border and is especially designed for all of us that would rather use up as much of the yummy yarn on hand, this shawl does not have a main and a contrast color, but rather 2 equals. Only one color is used per row, the intricate looking border pattern is all done in a slip stitch/mosaic technique, no stranding yarn or working with 2 colors at one time required!
The pattern shifts colors and uses up as much of both yarns as possible!
Materials: Yarn: The Woolen Rabbit ‘Sporty Kashmir’...
These slippers are like wearing handmade sheep on your feet, little clouds of comfort! Worked in one piece, the sole is knit back and forth and is HEAVILY thrummed to give extra cushioning. The sides are worked in the round and the instep is again worked back and forth with a few shortened rows to bring the back of the slipper up and leave the front lower for easy in and out! And in case you are wondering, ‘Fingge’ simply means slippers in Swissgerman, my native tongue. Here’s to warm toes for everyone!
1(1, 2) skein(s) Briggs & Little ‘Heritage’ (100% Wool, 215 yds/197 m per 4 oz/113 g) 165(200, 240 yds) / 150(185, 220) m
Needles: Adult: US Size 2 (2.75 mm) set of double points or size to obtain gauge Child: US Size 1 (2.5mm) set of double points or size to obtain gauge Needles one size smaller (for cuff only)
Gauge: Adult: 34 st and 34 rounds = 4”/10 cm on US #2 (2.75mm) needles in stranded color pattern Child: 38sts and 38 rounds= 4”/10 cm on US#1 (2.25mm) needles in stranded color pattern.
When working at such small gauges it is imperative to check your gauge, as the slightest variation can produce a vastly different fit. It is suggested you check your gauge periodically throughout the project as...
The Fox Crossing Cardigan is worked in one piece from the yoke down to the hem, the stranded color design at the yoke is worked back and forth over the top rows of the sweater. The sleeve stitches are then picked up and worked in the round with stranded detailing at the cuff.
Materials Yarn String Theory Hand Dyed Yarn Bluefaced Sport. (100% Blue Faced Leister Wool, 252 yards /230 meters, 115g /4 ounces) Color A 4(5, 5, 6, 7, 7, 8, 9) skeins or approx. 1015(1110, 1285, 1455, 1605, 1765, 1945, 2095) yds/ 930(1015, 1175, 1330, 1465, 1615, 1780, 1915) m Color B 1 skein or approx. 85(85, 100, 100, 110, 120, 120)yds/80(80, 90, 90, 95, 100 110, 110) m Color C 1 skein or approx. 55(55, 65, 65, 70, 70, 80, 80) yds/50(50, 60, 60, 60, 65, 70, 70) m Color D 1 skein or approx. 20(20, 25, 25, 25, 30, 30, 30) yds/ 20(20, 25, 25, 25, 25, 30, 30) m Sample used Carina (A), Natural...
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This is the cowl you reach for as you embark upon your winter walks along the water, when the ocean is white-capped and you’re pulled towards the shore. Cables dive and twist like nautical knots wrapping your neck with warmth that the wind can’t whip off.
Worked in the round with a dramatic cable and a soft yarn made for burrowing, this is going to be your wandering cowl.
Yarn One skein Malabrigo Rastita, 100% Merino, 310 yards 283 m per 3.5 oz 100 g skein. Shown in Aguas, 290 yards 265 m.
Needles US 6 4 mm circular needles, 24” 60cm, or size to obtain gauge. Cable needle
Finished Size Circumference: 22” 56 cm Height: approximately 11” 28 cm
Gauge 22 sts and 36 rounds = 4” 10 cm in Stockinette Stitch
Notions 1 Stitch marker
Rundgestrickt, mit spannendem Zopfmuster und aus extra weichem Garn das zum hinein kuscheln einlädt, ist dies der perfekte Partner für winterliche Strandspaziergänge. Wenn das Meer weiße Schaumkronen trägt, es dich aber trotzdem zum Strand zieht, ist dieser Cowl ein perfekter Begleiter! Das Muster taucht und windet sich wie Seemannsknoten und Tauschlingen, während das sanfte Garn den Nacken mit...
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Get cozy and turn a few pages in these sea worthy mitts. Their rich cable motifs and sweet details lend them a little drama and a little magic. Perfect, with a name plucked from the pages of The Tempest. and a yarn that’s thrillingly soft and wildly colorful. Full Fathom Mitts are worked in the round with a smart gusset thumb for excellent fit and a trim look
Malabrigo Yarns ‘Rastita’ (100% Merino wool, 310 yards/283 m, 3 oz/100 g) 1 skein Shown in Mostaza 120 (135, 150) yds 110(125, 140) m
Needles US 4 3.5 mm DPNs (or your preference for small circumference knitting), or size to obtain gauge. Cable needle.
Gauge 24 st and 36 rounds = 4” 10 cm in Stockinette Stitch
Take campfire warmth with you wherever you go with this easy to make cowl.
Cowl can be worn wrapped twice or simply folded and tucked in. The look of embers as well as the texture is achieved through a simple drop stitch pattern which makes it possible to get dramatic results with little effort, as you are using only one color per round!
Mit den kühleren Herbsttagen kommt das ideale Wetter für Lagerfeuer. Die glühenden Kohlen (Glowing Embers) sind in diesem Halswärmer durch ein einfaches Stichmuster dargestellt, wobei immer nur eine Farbe pro Runde gebraucht wird. Das Muster ist daher schnell gemeistert und kann auch schon von neueren Strickerinnen erfolgreich gewagt werden. Der Cowl kann doppelt oder einfach getragen werden, je nach Lust und Laune oder dem Wärmebedüftnis.
As the ice melts and the thaw frees up water from its winter rest, placid babbling brooks turn into streams and rivulets into rushing creeks. The water runs down over the rocky hillside towards the deep, launches itself off the cliff and is suspended in free fall, splashes and foams on rocks and transforms into thousand droplets of delicate mist that catch the sunlight and throw a rainbow back at the sun as thank you.
We had a really fun KAL starting April 21st 2014, the thread is a bit more quiet these days, but there is still a lot of great info in it, and help if you need!
This shawl is inspired by a magnificent waterfall, Haifoss, said to be the second highest in Iceland.
Worked top down, this crescent shaped shawl with optional beading, has simple faggoting running in lines down the main body of the shawl, representing the creek and waterfall, the zig zag of water hitting the stones and creating spray and the bubbles and foam deep below, ending in a deep cut lace edge, as the water runs off in new found creeks towards the...
This hat is named for the hedgerow bounty we would bring home from our weekend excursions. My Mom would cook the berries into a delicious jam that could sparkle just as red as the raspberries beckoning between the green leaves, or be dark and jewel toned when there were more blackberries in the mix.
Designed to match the Hedgerow Jam cowl, it uses the same design elements but uses different techniques.
Worked in stranded color, the hat becomes nice and dense and is sure to keep your head toasty.
Yarn: Malabrigo Rios (100% Merino, 210 yards/192 meters, 3.5 oz/100gr) 1 skein each color A (Lettuce ) and color B (Jupiter) (If you made the matching Hedgerow Jam Cowl, you should be able to make this with the leftover yarn.) Or worsted weight yarn, about 80-90 yds each of 2 colors.
Other samples were knit in KnitPicks Wool of the Andes Worsted Yarn (100% Peruvian Highland Wool, Worsted Weight, (110 yards/50 gram) 1 skein color A (Avocado) and 1 skein color B (Garnet...
This cowl is named for the hedgerow bounty we would bring home from our weekend excursions. My Mom would cook the berries into a delicious jam that could sparkle just as red as the raspberries beckoning between the green leaves, or be dark and jewel toned when there were more blackberries in the mix.
Worked entirely in Mosaic and slipped stitch colorwork technique, you will ever only have to use one color at a time, making this the perfect and easy intro to working with two colors!
Wear this cowl open like a long scarf or wrap it twice for more warmth. With all the different ways to button it and wear it, it won’t get boring and will adapt to almost any temperature!
Yarn: Malabrigo Rios (100% Merino, 210 yards/192 meters, 3.5 oz/100gr) 2 skeins each color A (Lettuce ) and color B (Jupiter) (If you make the border just one color, you can get away with using 2 skeins one color and only one of the ‘not border’ color.) Or worsted weight yarn, about 250-280 yds each of 2 colors second...
English version out now, German version coming soon!
Deutsche Version kommt bald!
Chunky textured with little pine cone cables peeking through the needles, these boot toppers with travelling cables and twisted slipped stitches will work up quickly in bulky weight yarn and keep your legs toasty warm.
Named after the mighty Eastern Hemlock trees that grow along the creek at my favorite camping spot. Deep green, the branches reach out over the water and their shade is often a welcome reprieve from the summer heat. As the weather turns cold, these evergreens offer year-round color even throughout the gray wintry months.
Materials Yarn Neighborhood Fiber Co. Studio Chunky: 100% Merino (300 yards /274 meters, 8 ounces/226 g), 1 skein (shown in colorway ‘Logan Circle’) or other bulky weight yarn, approx. 150(170, 190, 220, 235) yards/140(160, 175, 205, 215)...
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My favorite place to set up a tent is in the shade of the hemlock trees that grow along the creek. In the early hours, the tall trees block the bright morning sunlight, as it pours over the ridge, allowing one to sleep in just a wee bit longer…lying there, peeking up at the sunlit branches, and listening to the gentle bubbling creek (okay, maybe you are just pretending to be asleep at this point)… And in the afternoon, the shade is keeping everything nice and cool.
This chunky, deeply textured hat with travelling cables and twisted slipped stitches works up quickly using bulky weight yarn. The cable stitches wind their way from the edge to the crown, like branches disappearing from view, receding into the...
In dark green with red buttons it says ‘tis the season’ like nothing else. It’s also something Holly Golighlty might have worn on cold days, peeking in the windows at Tiffany’s as the shape is somewhat of a cross between a hat and a cloche with a little bit of bonnet mixed in.
Super quick and cozy in the alpaca/wool blend, this hat works up in no time in any worsted or light worsted weight yarns. You can make one, maybe even two in an evening!
The bottom edge ribbing is worked flat in two pieces, then joined in the round and the rest of the hat is worked in one piece. You got more hair or more brains? No problem, it’s easy to make the crown a bit longer (Instructions included) to fit you better.
Yarn: Cascade Lana D’Oro (50% Wool, 50% Alpaca, 219 yards/200 meters, 3.5 oz/100gr); 1 skein Rainforest 1076 or worsted/light worsted weight yarn, about 120 yds/110 meters
Needles: US Size 5 (3.75 mm) dps or size to obtain gauge, (or needle for your preferred method for working in the round) US...
Named after the overlapping roof tiles used in ancient Greek and Roman architecture, the Imbrex Mitts are the final touch atop your heavy base layer. These go nicely with silk longies and endless mugs of steaming tea or thrown in your car for that overly cold office building. Put them on for early morning walks with your pampered pup and don’t bother taking them off until you see crocuses. Worked up quickly with a lovely mosaic stitch (use one color per row) that’s a breeze to master, these mitts are a pleasure to knit and wear.
Materials Yarn Outlaw Yarn ‘Bohemia’ (45% Polwarth / 45% Alpaca / 10% Possum fibre, 182 yd/166 m, 50 grams/1.76 ounces) 1 skein each colors A and B. Sample shown in A: Fog 75 (92) yd / 69 (84) m; and B: Prose 60 (66) yd / 55 (60) m.
Early morning in your garden, the dew feels cold and wet on your bare feet and the morning glories are unfurling their flower buds, as the first rays of sunlight wake them up. Winding vines, sparkling dew drops on the leaves and delicate flowers soaking up the sun’s warmth!
This crescent shaped shawl with optional beading is worked top down with lace panels like vines winding their way through the stockinette body. Towards the edge everything is in full bloom!
Join us for a fun filled KAL!Starts July 15th Come on over and share what yarn you are thinking about using, get inspired by others’ color choices, and just share in the general excitement!
Join the KAL using any lace weight yarn, only the main prize is for DiC users, I will have a ‘consolation’ prize up for grabs for the rest!
Yarn: 2 skeins Dream in Color ‘Wisp’ in ‘Morning Glory’ (50% Merino, 50% Silk; 550 yds (2.01 oz)/503 meters(57 g) lace weight) (actual yardage approx 980-1000 yds (897- 915...
Mountain Laurel bloom and grow on branches near the water low and waterlily pink in bloom, I see in ponds I pass in June!
Errata: Revisions to Border chart are in the works. Rows 5 and 7 should have 10 sts before and after the repeat; and row 7 has 3 sts inside the repeat (as opposed to the 4 sts shown in V072016) Updated pattern will be available soon
This top down shawl is named after the local state flower, Mountain Laurel (or Kalmia Latifolia) that grows in abundance in higher elevation in wetter areas. The sun-drenched scent that reminds me of kayak paddles on peaceful lakes.
Named for the feminine forms adorning Greek architecture, Karyai brings to mind the grace and beauty imbued by finishing touches. All the romance of stepping under hand-hewn marble arches and hearing footsteps echo off of master craftsmen’s work is captured in the sweeping drape and tidy lines of this cozy shawl. Worked from the top down to a semicircle, Karyai is warm, wearable, and distinctive.
Using a mosaic (slip stitch) pattern, this shawl’s intricate edge is in fact easy to master, using only 1 color per row. No stranding necessary!
Errata: At the beginning, when setting up the shawl, it should read: Repeat Rows 3 and 4 until 52 sts on needle. Next Row: K3, p49, then p/u and knit 3 sts along cast on edge. – 55 sts
This shawl is the first of 9 patterns in my new book Karyai - classical beauty meets modern forms a...
This pattern is part of my ’over mossy stones…’ e-book, featuring 9 designs.
Kirsibaum means Cherry Tree in my native Swiss German dialect. The woven slip stitch pattern on the cowl evokes the striated markings characteristic for the bark of cherry trees. Although the pattern mimics the bark, I would compare the feel of the fabric more to cherry blossoms, it’s so soft and delicate!
NEW: Video tutorial for the Bridle Bind Off (Pferdezügel) can be found here
Yarn Dream in Color ‘Perfectly Posh Single Ply’ 70% Wool, 10% Mohair, 10% Silk, 10% Cashmere (360yds/329m, 100g/3.5oz) 1 skein
Needles US Size 8 (5 mm) 24” circular needle, needles one size...
Who isn’t fond of two-color hats? Endless combinations of color to express your preference and style, and the warm noggin is worth spending a little time on making your own hat. Inspired by the shifting plates of ice during rhe freeze and thaw cycles on a wintery lake, the color pattern twists and stacks as it winds about the hat.
To avoid long floats, Lake Ice makes clever use of slip and dip stitches wherever possible. Only one row requires you to catch your floats on the wrong side! And using bulky yarn, it will take no time at all to make! A rewarding first fair isle project that is sure to impress and turn a few heads!
Yarn The Fibre Company Tundra 1 skein each in 2 colors (120 yards /110 meters per 100g skein, 60% Baby Alpaca, 30% Merino Wool, 10% Silk) Sample shown in Peat and Glacier or bulky weight yarn approx....
Hold on to the soft light of early fall afternoons, warm your hands on a cup of tea and wrap your self in comfort. Hazy colors, you walk the winding paths between the last flowers in your garden as a gentle breeze carries the sound of buzzing bees and the scent of lavender over to where you enjoy the warming rays of the afternoon sun.
Top down shawl knit in fingering weight yarn. Finished size: 60”/155 cm wingspan and 25”/65 cm center back. (This is the main size, there are 2 spots where it can be made smaller)
Written and Charted instructions.
Please read: This is probably the easiest (technically speaking) to knit shawl I designed this year. The texture is a little more substantial (we are going towards the colder days, you know) and less ethereal than some of my other popular designs. There are easy to work lace sections and color & textural details. Don’t be intimidated if you are newer to lace knitting, this is a mild one compared to some of my other patterns...
Oh, there surely is a fine line between love and madness -- especially if you are madly in love, like Medea, and get betrayed.
Inspired by the Pre-Raphealite paintings of Jason and Medea and Medea’s story, I created a shawl and Tri’Coterie created a special colorway to fit the theme: Red transitioning to mad black.
This fingering weight shawl is worked top down from the garter tab cast on to the lace edge. The beginning lace section shows the blossoming love, like rosy petals full of hope and faith in the future, reaching out and unfurling towards the sun. The lace border shows the unraveling, the dissolving of dreams. A simple stockinette section connects the two. The duality of Love & Madness is so perfectly captured both in the Pre-Raphaelite’s paintings and Tri’Coterie’s ‘Medea’...
This asymmetrical shawlette is worked tip to tip with easy lace panel insertions and a simple lace border detail worked along one side, inspired by meandering creks that cut across a meadow – designed to use just one skein of ‘Entropy’ a handspun look yarn, it is easily customizeable and can be made to any size you wish (instructions included) It’s also a beautiful way to show off your favorite handspun!
Ready to have chance take over your knitting? In keeping with the name of the yarn, some of the pattern placement will be determined by a factor of randomness, a roll of the dice!
…Entropy is a measure of the number of specific ways in which a system may be arranged…
No worries, if that gives you anxiety, you can also just make the exact same one I made :)
Errata (print pattern only, V041014; all other versions are corrected ) Body chart row 7: change the K2tog to a plain knit stitch. There should be no decrease on that...
Dark winter night, last snowflakes fall onto pine trees strong and tall. The stars above sparkle like snow which lays below, bends branches low.
In frozen snows I lay asleep on pine trees high, on mountains steep. In Spring I melt and trickle down, down to the soil that’s deep and brown
Midwinter’s Hush is the first installment of Riversong: 2015 Shawl Club, and is exclusively available as part of the pattern club until 2016. If you would like to know when I release new patterns, you can sign up for my newsletter here.
Bottom up shawl is written for 2 sizes and in 2 different weights of yarn. Instructions are available both charted and written (line by line)
I used to shy away from bottom up shawls as the amount of stitches to cast on seemed interminable, however with this shawl, I placed picots into the cast on edge and suddenly the counting of stitches became a breeze! Plus it gives the shawl that lovely edge that you often only find on top down designs! Both these things...
I find my way through rocks and stones, streamlines form where fish do roam. Bleak rocky shore changes to brush, fish and frog do like the lush undergrowth, to hide and thwart kingfisher’s eyes are very sharp.
And fog ebbs into meadows thick as cooler nights are nearing quick. From mountain stream down to the sea, mist and dew will follow me.
Mist & Spray is the fourth installment of Riversong: 2015 Shawl Club, and is exclusively available as part of the pattern club until 2016. If you would like to know when I release new patterns (and the single patterns from the club), you can sign up for my newsletter here.
Full written and charted instructions
A moonlit haze shrouds over meadows as fog rises from the warmer water in the cooler autumn nights and silver dew forms on everything. The water splashing and sparkling on rocks and the silent ripples and water-movements that are left behind by unseen...
In the cool of an early morning, with the mist hanging in the meadows, promising another hot summer day, you walk to the train stop, suitcase in hand, not looking back. A vacation or a trip far away? No matter what, you are heading to new places and great adventures await!
Cardigan is worked in one piece from the bottom up with shaping at the waist and bust darts. For minimal finishing and no fiddling with setting in sleeves, sleeves are then worked top down in the round, using short rows for a great fit!
Nocturne in M, wraps around your neck like a soft and soothing melody. A quick one skein project for her or him, this neckwarmer is the best option for those that want a scarf for their neck but won’t have the time (or the patience) to knit a loooong scarf. Me, for example. Perfect for last minute gifts.
The slip stitch pattern works wonders on those slightly variegated or hand painted yarns as it breaks up any pooling and adds textural interest and the nifty pull through makes sure the finished Nocturne in M stays put and won’t slide or fall off!
Yarn Malabrigo Yarn Rios, 1 skein (210 yards /192 meters per 100g/3.53 oz skein, 100% Merino) or worsted weight yarn (Samples shown in Zarzamora (purple) and Archangel (red))
Needles US 8 (5 mm) 24”/ 60cm circular needle or straights, or size to obtain gauge
Gauge 20 sts and 32 rows = 4” in stockinette st
Notions 2 Stitch holders or spare needle
Size 7” (18 cm) wide and approx. 32”(81cm) long
Nocturne in M legt sich weich um den Hals wie eine leise sanfte Melodie. Schnell gestrickt aus einem Strang, für alle die gerne einen weichen Schal um den Nacken möchten, aber vielleicht die nötige Zeit nicht haben um einen langen Schal zu stricken, oder die Geduld fehlt, wie bei mir :)....
When beaver dams invite to slow, I spread out wide and deep I grow. Lingering here I see a fawn, a silent heron, looking on.
Wild roses dot the banks I see, showering petals onto me, and waterlily pink in bloom, I see in ponds I pass in June!
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This top down shawl is named after the wild waterlilies, though you may only see a few lilypads and flowers on the surface, the plant underneath the water is much larger with leaves on long underwater stems tangling like vines and buds growing upwards. Delicate lace patterns intersect and converge, depicting the various parts of the lovely water lily: buds, flowers, stems and lilypads.
Materials: Yarn: Jill Draper Makes Stuff ‘Esopus’ (100% US grown and superwashed merino, 500 yards/457...
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Doubleknit hat is completely reversible and can be worn with either color out!
The first colder nights of early fall bring with it cozy ideas of fair-isle knits and Scandinavian Ski sweaters to keep you toasty when the real cold gets here. But I am usually in ‘winter denial ‘until much later and then often around the darker times of the year, I am longing for the lazy, warm days of late summer with the buzzing of bees in the air. What to do? I was in no way ready to knit snowflakes! Sitting by the local creek one afternoon, soaking up some late summer sun, pondering this dilemma, I watched the dragonflies dart to and fro in the sparkling light, and the perfect idea came to me: A colorful double knit hat, with dragonflies to represent summer days, worked in jewel tones of dragonflies, sunshine and sparkling water-drops, colors which would make me happy and a hat that would keep me warm and remind me all winter long that longer days are right around the corner! The name Odonata (Odonata is an order of insects, encompassing dragonflies and damselflies.) to me...
Dappled sunlight filters down to moist ground, vines reach up along tree trunks, there’s mushrooms in the shady undergrowth and moss on old tree stumps. Shoots and twigs grow and stretch up towards the light, over and under everything are twisted roots. All that and more you’ll find on the forest floor.
A more substantial shawl that can keep you warm while mushroom hunting as much as walking through windswept streets.
This textured shawl uses simple techniques to produce stunning results. Knit, purl, and two types of increases is all you need. And there is a video tutorial for the easy appliqué crochet technique used.
errata: V111014 contains a typo on rows 79 and 99: In both instances the k3tog should be a k2tog
Materials Yarn Dragonfly Fibers ‘Traveller’ (100% Merino Wool, 280 yards / 256 m, 113 g / 4oz)...
Perfect for the scrambling and climbing it takes to get to the good views, this bonnet will stay put even on the windiest of days. Whether you prefer your ancient buildings surrounded by pigeons and worldclass coffee or being slowly reclaimed by the natural world, explore them from under this cute hat. A fun shape is enlivened by a sweet border of mosaic stitches that add lovely contrast with little fuss as you only ever need to use one color per row!
Materials Yarn Outlaw Yarn ‘Bohemia’ (45% Polwarth / 45% Alpaca / 10% Possum fibre, 182 yd/166 m, 50 grams/1.76 ounces) Sample in Prose and Fog
Needles US Size 4 (3.25 mm) 24” circular needle, or size to obtain gauge and same size DPNs or needle for preferred method of working in small...
The perfect travel companion to the Relics Bonnet, this clever scarf is ready to fight the wind during your grand adventuring. A pull-though keyhole and built-in pleats make this charming scarf easy to wear gracefully. Cozy yarn and a fun contrast color have room to shine with the perfect simplicity of stockinette stitch and smartly placed patterning.
The patterning is all achieved using a mosaic slip stitch technique, so there is no need to strand colors, you will only need to use one color per row!
Materials Yarn Outlaw Yarn ‘Bohemia’ (45% Polwarth / 45% Alpaca / 10% Possum fibre, 182 yd/166 m, 50 grams/1.76 ounces) 2 skeins color A (Londontown 290 yd / 265 m); and 1 skein color B (Fog 55 yd / 51 m).
Needles US Size 5 (3.75 mm) needle, or size to obtain gauge 2 DPNs as additional needles to facilitate the pleats
‘Rinde’ is the German word for tree bark and just like bark on a tree, this cowl will protect you from whatever atmospheric conditions come your way, this winter, spring or autumn. I mean, ever see a tree be cold? Right! Thought so. Although this cowl will be much more cuddly than bark, but then again, maybe bark is cuddly to trees, who knows?
Cowl is worked in the round using two distinct textural stitch patterns. Cozy, deep ridges form the edge and the less raised center snuggles against your skin and underneath coat collars to keep you warm. And a special bind off adds a nice top edge that is firm yet elastic. The video tutorial for the Bride Bind Off (Pferdezügel Bind Off) can be found here
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The stitches roll through this rich cable pattern like the sun peeking from behind clouds on a rough and choppy day on the water. Worked in a nice chunky yarn that lets the cables pop to the surface, this hat is a fun way to play with texture and stitches.
Materials Yarn One (two) skein(s) Malabrigo Chunky, 100% Merino, 100 yds 95 m per 3.5 oz 100 g skein. Shown in Marine, 90 (110) yds 82 (101) m.
Needles US 9 5.5 mm DPNs (or your preference for small circumference knitting) or size to obtain gauge. Cable needle
Finished Size Circumference: 20 (22½)” 51 (57) cm To to fit head circumference up to 22 (24½)” 56 (62) cm Length: 8” 20 cm
Gauge 14 sts and 20 rounds = 4” 10 cm in Stockinette Stitch
Notions 1 Stitch marker, tapestry needle
Die Maschen dieses Musters tauchen auf und unter wie die Sonne, die an einem rauhen Tag durch die Wolken bricht und sich in den Wellen reflektiert. Die Mütze, gestrickt aus einer dicken, flauschigen Wolle, ist eine Spielerei von Maschen und Struktur, in der das Zopfmuster wie in Wellen an die Oberfläche gehoben wird.
Garn 1 (2) Strang(Stränge) Malabrigo Chunky, 100% Merino, 100 yds 95 m per 3.5 oz 100 g skein. Verbrauch: Model in Marine, 90 (110) yds 82 (101)...
Rosy & Grey was inspired by a cold November morning, where before the sun comes up fully, the world is rendered in shades of gray and rose. Melancholy and Beauty all wrapped up into one! And just like the fog sometimes can float up and swirl down, the pattern swirls on the finished hat!
Simple and easy to make, warm but not overly bulky, it’s the perfect hat for those days when you just need a little more warmth but aren’t ready to give up on your style. Worked in the round with an easy 2 color pattern, you can make one of these in an afternoon!
You can choose which way to wear your hat, flipping the rim up for a shorter cap or leaving it as is for more coverage.
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Rosy & Grey was inspired by a cold November morning, where before the sun comes up fully, the world is rendered in shades of gray and rose. Melancholy and Beauty all wrapped up into one! And just like the fog sometimes can float up and swirl down, the pattern on the finished wristlet is ‘turn-on-its-head-able’, the design stays the same.
Choose which way to wear them, having either the gray or the rose colored edge showing, depending on your outfit or your mood.
Worked in the round with an easy 2 color pattern, you can knock a set of these out in an afternoon!
At only 50 yards per color, you might as well use up some remnants and make several, stash them in your car, purse and office for when the chill hits you!
Great first stranded project!
Yarn: KnitPicks Wool of the Andes Worsted Yarn (100% Peruvian Highland Wool, Worsted Weight, 110 yards/50 gram ball) 1 skein color A (Cobblestone or dark grey) and 1 skein color B (Pink Posy Heather or rose...
A unisex fingerless mitt in three sizes to fit hand circumference of 7”, 8” and 9” (17.5, 20, 23 cm ) .
Rugged works up quickly in cozy thick yarn, but is fitted and has shape. Easy stitch pattern is perfect for that special skein of hand dyed yarn that you have been saving. In fact you might be able to make them with left over yarn, the small size uses less than 100 yds! The slipped stitch pattern makes the color variations shine and not stand out like a sore thumb. Speaking of thumb, the mitts feature a thumb gusset as well.
Yarn Malabrigo Yarn Sock (440 yards /402 meters per 100g skein, 100% SW Merino Wool) Sample shown in Indiecita
Needles US 1 (2.25 mm) DPNs, or needles for preferred method of working small circumferences in the round, or size to obtain gauge
Gauge 34 st and 46 rows = 4” / 10 cm in stockinette st
Notions 4 stitchmarkers
Finished Sizes Sizes are primarily based on average foot width, foot length chart is provided for custom fit to wearer’s foot. More details in pattern Small: Woman’s shoe size 3-6 or man’s 6-8 Medium: Woman’s shoe size 6-9 or man’s shoe size 8½ -10 Large: Woman’s shoe size 8-12 or man’s shoe size 10 ½ to 12 Extra Large:Men’s shoe size 12½ -14
Sanguinella is a shawl as romantic as the sunset. Inspired by the color of the yarn, which reminds me of sunsets on snow covered mountains and its namesake, my favorite oranges. When the sun sets, the mountain top snow glitters and shines in a myriad of colors, sparkling like diamonds. and the last rays of sunlight dance and reflect over the mountain tops sending beams into the sky.
Errata: Border pattern row 11 should read: k, k2tog (yo from previous row and next st, this is the first sts for your border lace pattern), then work border pattern starting with st 2.
Lace patterning starts at intervals and expands into the main stockinette body of the shawl like mountains rising from a valley below.
This crescent shaped shawl is worked in one piece from the top edge, with increases worked along the border, and uses just one skein of most sock yarns.
The relative sturdiness of the top edge is what gives the shawl its shape and allows the lace pattern to retain some of the texture even...
When storm clouds roll towards the shore and seagulls’ cries, loud just before get drowned out in the thundering sound of waves that wash up and then pound, up on the rocks, with shore in sight, my waves are crowned in caps of white!
Schaumkronen is the final installment of Riversong: 2015 Shawl Club, and is the holiday bonus for all the club members . (You can still get the club here, there will be a KAL in my Ravelry group, if you’d like to join and knit along with us) If you would like to know when I release new patterns (and the other exclusive single patterns from the club), you can sign up for my newsletter here.
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Top down cowlette is started flat and first knit like a triangular shawl, then joined in the round in the classic cowlette shape. Quick to knit up, this easy to wear little gem that won’t slide off your shoulders adds just the right...
Who isn’t fond of two-color hats? Endless combinations of color to express your preference and style, and the warm noggin is worth spending a little time on making your own hat. The size range included allows you to make a classic beanie or a slouchy hat that can also be worn with the rim doubled as shown in some of the pictures. Knit in a smooth worsted weight yarn with a slick , this hat can span the seasons and bridge the gap from function to form and double as a fashion statement in the spring or fall! To avoid long floats, Seyon Pond makes clever use of slip and dip stitches wherever possible. Only one row requires you to catch your floats on the wrong side. A rewarding first fair isle project that is sure to impress and turn a few heads!
Yarn The Fibre Company ‘Canopy Worsted’ 1 skein each in 2 colors (200 yards /183 meters per 100g skein, 50% Baby Alpaca, 30% Merino Wool, 20% Viscose Bamboo) Sample shown in Sarsparilla and Guava or worsted weight yarn approx. 96(103, 110, 125, 135)...
Cloches are particularly sweet hats, framing short do’s and pushing longer tresses forward. The Sima Cloche pairs cleverly structured slipped stitches with short row construction to create an upturned decorative rim. The mosaic pattern is worked with only one color at a time, a deceptively simple technique with classical appeal.
Materials: Yarn: Outlaw Yarn ‘Bohemia’ (45% Polwarth / 45% Alpaca / 10% Possum fibre, 182 yd/166 m, 50 grams/1.76 ounces) 1 skein each colors A and B. Sample shown in A: Keepsake 138 (150) yd / 126 (137) m; and B: Fog 65 (65) yd / 60 (60) m.
Needles: US size 4 / 3.25 mm DPNs (or needle for preferred method of working in small circumference)
Gauge: 22 sts and 34 rows = 4” / 10 cm in Stockinette...
due to government regulation I cannot name the shawl Isfahan, as Paypal is flagging it and declining all payments. Isfahan happens to be in present day Iran and apparently the search bots flag anything that has these words in it.
I changed the name and I think everything is working now with downloading the pattern, but please let me know if they don’t and I will try and figure out what else we can do.
Being a large trading hub on the Silk Road, Isfahan attracted commerce and trade from all over but was also a welcome resting place for the weary before setting out on the more daunting parts of the journey crossing the mountains and deserts in Asia. Resting sections in this asymmetric shawl offer comfort in the meditative quality of beautiful garter ridges reminiscent of textured lines on cool marble facades. And flashes of light and lightness are added by alternating lace panels in a contrast color recalling intricate wooden lattice screens, those...
The triangular spaces above arches are spandrels, and this shawl wraps around your shoulders, fitting perfectly to your body like a spandrel fits into an arch. Asymmetric, worked one color per row, with a nifty mosaic slip stitch pattern for added visual interest
Outlaw Yarn ‘Bohemia’ sport weight. 2 skeins each colors A and B. Sample shown in A: Fog 345 yd / 315 m; and B: Arsenic 345 yd / 315 m.
Needles: US size 5 / 3.75 mm circular needle, min. 32” / 80 cm, or size to obtain gauge
Gauge: 22 sts and 44 rows = 4” / 10 cm in Garter Stitch
Notions: 1 stitch marker
Finished Sizes: 50” / 127 cm wingspan; 24” / 61 cm deep
Perfect for an evening out, these delicate lace cuffs are elegant, sophisticated and show your feminine side. Using only small amounts of leftover lace yarn, you will be able to make these to go along with any of your shawls. Worked in the round with optional beading on the picot edge and featuring a lacy swirl pattern adding airy lightness so you can wear them even on a warm summer evening!
Materials Yarn Dream in Color ‘Wisp’ (50% merino/50% silk, 550 yards /503 m, 2 oz/57g) Size small (medium) uses approx. 110 (125) yards/ 100 (115) meters lace weight yarn. Sample shown in ‘Morning Glory’
Needles US 4 (3.5mm) DPNs (or needles for your favorite method for working in small circumference), or size to obtain gauge Needles 2 sizes larger for cast on only
In the haze of an early summer morning, before the whole world awakes, you’re taking the early train out. Walking down the country lane, glad to have packed light, and grateful for the breezy summer top that lets you feel the cool air.
Tee is worked in the round from the neck down with romantic lace detailing on the softly rounded neckline, and eyelets at the bottom hem and sleeve cuff. For a better fit, short rows are worked across the back and shoulders to gently drop the neckline in the front. Darts on the front and back add shape at the waist. For a less fitted look, some or all of the shaping can easily be omitted. I really liked working with this cotton wool blend yarn. The cotton gives the yarn drape but the wool content gives it structure and prevents the usual relaxing and stretching that are often found in cotton yarns. No only is the...
Have you ever made that pretty top from a magazine just to never wear it because it just doesn’t fit right? Somehow it seems too short in the front, but you did everything right and you didn’t even wash it yet? That used to be me before I discovered how easy it is to fix using simple short rows (optional) to fit your bust without turning into a belly shirt or buckle under your arms!
Fitted Shell Sweet Harmony hails from times past, alluding to the great stars of the silver-screen, when fashion was fitted and feminine. The magic lies in the easy to do, yet oh so sophisticated looking details, a little bow pattern accenting the center and neckline line, seed stitch edging and shaping fit for Ingrid Bergman.
Accommodating for larger busts with optional short row shaping, and two widths for the straps, this shell is a staple you’ll want for your closet, wearable as much in the office as for play!
Materials Yarn Cascade Ultra Pima, (100% Pima, (110 yards/50 gram) DK weight yarn, Main color A 3, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4 skeins, 1 skein contrast color B Shown in main color A, Sage # 4423 and contrast color B, Burgundy #...
Where salt and sand and air do meet, and seaweed fronds in tidepools greet, I rush on by, against the tide and lose myself into the wide, a deep blue cove at ocean’s door, but there I become so much more!
From mountains bare some parts of me have come down here to be the sea.
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The river reaches the sea and finds its way over rocks and shallows to the open. Tidepools and the water running over and through rocks, collecting in pools and finally flowing freely through the underwater forests of the ocean is depcited in this generously sized, top down crescent to half circle shawl.
Yarn 2 skeins Madelinetosh Pashmina (75% Merino, 15% Silk, 10% Cashmere; 360 yards / 329 m per skein) Sport weight yarn Sample in ‘Cousteau’ Needles US 5 (3.75 mm) min 32”/ 80cm circular...
For German version/Für die deutsche Version bitte hier schauen: Tulpenbaum
Errata: Border chart left row 11 is missing a yo: That row should end with a yo on position 57
While hiking the Appalachian Trail on an April morning, leaving from a valley lush with the green of spring, it was hard to ignore that the higher the trail climbed, the less green it got and higher up trees and branches had fewer and fewer leaves, some not having put forth any growth at all. The shawl depicts the tulip tree as it starts to burst into life in early spring. Starting with the leaves, the unopened buds higher up and finally the border representing the highest branches with the flowers in all their splendor!
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Tulip Tree is a top-down triangular lace shawl knit in fingering weight yarn and can be completed using just one skein of most sock yarns. Designed to use a bit more substantial yarn to keep the spring chill at bay, it will work up...
This pattern is also available in English: Tuliptree (Diese Anleitung ist auch auf Englisch erhältlich)
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Als ich an einem Aprilmorgen den Appalachian Trial entlang wanderte, war es nicht zu übersehen, wie das üppige Frühlingsgrün im Tal mit zunehmender Höhe immer weniger wurde. Auch die Blätter der Bäume wuchsen immer spärlicher, bis schließlich keine mehr zu sehen waren.
Im Tuch kann man den Tulpenbaum sehen, wie er im Frühling zum Leben erwacht. Am Anfang stehen die Blätter, gefolgt von ungeöffneten Knospen und schließlich am Rand des Tuchs die Äste der Wipfel mit den Blüten in voller Pracht.
Tulpenbaum ist ein von oben nach unten gestricktes Dreieckstuch, für das 100g Sockenwolle ausreichen sollten. Um uns gegen die kühlen Frühjahrstemperaturen besser zu schützen wird es aus dickerer Wolle...
Upland from the stream stand the tall old trees, vines twisting around aged branches and gnarled roots appearing out of underbrush so dense only the occasional glimpse of the stream can be seen. The twisted cable pattern on these socks reminds me of those old branches and twisting roots, and the rows of little eyelet lace, show the occasional glint of sunlight, reflected on the nearby creek.
For years I had gotten bored before getting to the second sock, until I realized one day that a little bit of a pattern would keep my interest far longer than endless stockinette in the round! So I started adding patterns to the front of the socks, where it’s most likely to be seen, and voilà, no more second sock syndrome!
These toe up socks are worked with a bowtie heel, a version of a short row heel that I prefer to use, and tutorials for the Twin stitch short rows are linked in the pattern. The stitch pattern on the Upland Socks is both written as well as charted in the pattern.
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This asymmetrical shawl begins at the shore and slowly rows out to deep sea, starting with a cool blue at the tip and gradually increasing until the knitting has left the sunny shallows far behind and is adrift in open ocean. As pleasant and rhythmic a knit as waves on a beach, this shawl is named for a line in The Tempest. that at once tells about the untamed yet gentle waves.
Materials Yarn Malabrigo Rastita, 100% Merino, 310 yards 283 m per 3.5 oz 100 g skein. Two skeins of colors A and one skein of color B. Sample in (A) No Me Olvides, 580 yds 530 m, and (B) Solis, 190 yds 174 m.
Needles US 6 4 mm circular needle, min. 32” 80 cm to hold a large number of stitches, or size to obtain gauge
Gauge 22 st and 44 rows = 4” 10 cm in Garter Stitch
Finished Sizes Wingspan: 75” 190 cm; Depth at center: 18” 46 cm
Garn 3 Stränge Malabrigo Rastita (100% Merino, 310 yards 283 m per 3.5 oz 100 g Strang). 2 in Farbe A und 1 in Farbe B. Gebrauch: Model in (A) No Me Olvides, 580 yds 530 m , und (B) Solis, 190 yds 174 m.
Nadeln US 6 4 mm Rundstricknadel, min. 32” 80 cmrosse...