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Windswept Skies TRAPEZOID SHAWL | LT FINGERING-WEIGHT YARN

ATLAS KNITS

AMANDA LEAH GUTHRIE


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Windwept Ski es OVERVIEW DESIGNER

SKILL LEVEL

Amanda Leah Guthrie Denver, Colorado

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Released 05.24.18

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TA B LE O F CO NTENTS Cover....................................................................................................................................................................... 1-2 Overview, Table of Contents, Construction Notes, and Schematic................................................................ 3 Inspiration, Pattern Specs, and Pattern Features.............................................................................................. 4 How To Use This Pattern......................................................................................................................................... 5 Abbreviations, and Stitch Instructions.................................................................................................................6 Chart Symbols, Using Charts, Swatching & Guage............................................................................................ 7 Charted Instructions........................................................................................................................................... 8-11 Written Instructions......................................................................................................................................... 12-18 Stitch Count Tables...........................................................................................................................................19-22 Tutorials...................................................................................................................................................................23 Invisible Provisional Cast On Kitchener Stitch Icord Troubleshooting Pattern Use & Support..........................................................................................................................................24

CONST R UCTIO N N OTES

SCHEMATI C

This shawl is cast on with an icord cast on and is worked side-to-side.

One-Skein Sample

Increases are worked every third row to create depth.

Knitting Direction

The shawl is then worked straight with no increases.

6.5” / 17cm

9” / 23cm

40” / 102cm

Decreases are worked every third row to create symmetry.

Two-Skein Sample

The amount of yarn used is adjustable for the increase, center, and decrease sections to achieve a longer wingspan or a deeper shawl. Check page 5 to see possible shapes for your shawl depending on the number of increases worked.

Knitting Direction

13.75” / 35cm 6.5” / 17cm 60” / 152cm

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INSPI RATI O N When I first moved out to Colorado, I was surprised by the lack of clouds most of the year. Nothing but blue skies is true the majority of the time, and when I do see clouds, they’re typically the white, fluffy, marshmallowtype being swept along swiftly by the wind. On the rare days where there are clouds with a sunrise or a sunset, the colors display a spectacular array of pinks, oranges, and golds. I’m often outside on those days trying to capture the clouds and the color before they shift and disappear. Sometimes though, while I want to hang on to the present display of the moment - the next shift makes the view even more magnificent. Windswept Skies attempts to capture the light, playful elegance of the fluttering clouds across the plains of Colorado. With ribbed cable mountains punctuated by small mock cable foggy clouds, and streams of windblown clouds across the sky, this shawl is an encouragement to appreciate the present but not to be too sad when it passes, because the next changes might bring even more beauty and light.

PATTERN SPECS MATERIALS

GAUGE NEEDLES DIMENSIONS TOOLS

TECHNIQUES

Malabrigo Sock (100% Superwash Merino) Light Fingering (3-ply) Weight, 440 yards (402m) / 3.5 ounces (100 grams) per skein 1-2 skeins - samples photographed in the Ochre and Azules colorways One Skein Sample: 396 yards (362m) of light fingering weight yarn used Two Skein Sample: 823 yards (752m) of light fingering weight yarn used Stockinette Swatch, Unblocked: 28 sts & 40 rows in 4” (10cm) 24-Row Repeat Height, Blocked: 2.5” (6cm) | Edging Depth, Blocked: 6.5” (17cm) To produce an even ribbing and open lace. One 24” (60cm) + circular needle in size needed to obtain gauge listed Suggested Size: US5 (3.75mm) One Skein Scarf: 40” (102cm) Wingspan, 9” (23cm) Center Depth Two Skein Shawl: 60” (152cm) Wingspan, 13.75” (35cm) Center Depth 2 Stitch Markers, optionally more to mark stitch pattern repeats, scale that measures to 1 gram increments, tapestry needle for weaving in ends, waste yarn for invisible provisional cast on Invisible provisional cast on, icord tab cast on, knitting flat, slipping stitches, increasing and decreasing, icord bind off.

PATTE RN FEATU RES PATTERN WEBSITE TUTORIAL VIDEOS

Additional sample photos and tutorial videos can be found at: https://www.atlasknits.com/pattern/windswept-skies can be clicked to open a related In the digital version of the pattern, this icon video tutorial for the pattern on the Atlas Knits’ website.

STITCH COUNTS

Stitch counts are included for each row and breakdowns for each row between stitch markers are included in a table at the back of the pattern.

COMPLETION %

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Windwept Ski es HOW TO USE T H IS PATTE RN This shawl has been designed to work with nearly any amount of light-fingering- or fingering-weight yarn. At least 400 yards (366 meters) of light-fingering weight yarn or 420 yards (384 meters) of fingering-weight yarn is recommended to achieve a reasonable scarf size. Step 1: Weigh Your Yarn and Calculate 45% of the Weight (A) Total Yarn Weight: (B) 45% Yarn Weight: (A) * 0.45 = Step 2: Work Sections 1 & 2 Work Sections 1 & 2. Step 3: Work Section 3 Work full repeats of Section 3 to increase the depth of your shawl, weighing after each repeat. The more increases you work, the deeper your shawl will be, but the shorter your shawl’s wingspan will be. If you want a longer wingspan, work Section 3 fewer times. If you want a deeper shawl, work Section 3 more times. No matter how many increases you work, keep under the (C) 45% Yarn Weight number to ensure there is enough yarn to finish your shawl.

In the Two Skein Sample, Section 3 was worked 8 times. See schematic for shape reference.

One Skein Sample

Each time Section 3 is worked, 0.75” - 1” (2 - 2.5 cm) is added to the depth, depending on how aggressively the piece is blocked. Note how much yarn in grams you used for Sections 1-3 below. (C) # of Times Section 3 Worked (D) Grams Used In Sections 1-3 Step 4: Work Section 4 Work full repeats of Section 4 to add length to the wingspan of your shawl. Work Section 4, weighing after each repeat, until you have at least the amount of grams from (D) Yarn Used Sections 1-3 remaining in the skein. You’ll need that amount to finish the shawl. Step 5: Work Sections 5-7 to Finish the Shawl Finish up your shawl! Work Section 5 the same number of times as you worked Section 3 (C). You can continue weighing if you’d like to keep on track, but if your gauge stays the same, it shouldn’t be necessary and you should have enough yarn to finish your shawl. Windswept Skies

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Windwept Ski es STITC H A B B R EVIATI O NS & INSTRU CTI O NS ()x# [ ] # times bef Inc K K2Tog

Repeat the instructions in the parenthesis the number of times indicated Repeat bracketed instructions the number of times indicated Before Increase(d) Knit Knit two stitches together. One stitch decreased.

K2Tog tbl

Knit two stitches together through the back loops. One Stitch decreased.

KFB

Knit into the front loop of the next stitch and leave the stitch on the needle. Knit into the back loop of the same stitch and drop the stitch from the needle. One stitch increased. Knit into the front loop of the next stitch and leave the stitch on the needle. Knit into the back loop of the same stitch and leave the stitch on the needle. Knit into the front loop of the same stitch and drop the stitch from the needle. Two stitches increased. Knit through the back loop. Creates a twisted stitch.

KFBF Ktbl LH m M1L

P P2Tog

Left-Hand Marker Make One Knitwise (Left-Leaning): With the left needle, pick up the strand between the last stitch worked and the next stitch from front to back and knit it through the back loop. One stitch increased. Make One Knitwise (Right-Leaning): With the left needle, pick up the strand between the last stitch worked and the next stitch from back to front and knit it through the front loop. One stitch increased. Make One Purlwise (Left-Leaning): With the left needle pick up the strand between the last stitch worked and the next stitch from back to front and purl through the front loop. One stitch increased. Make One Purlwise (Right-Leaning): With the left needle, pick up the strand between the last stitch worked and the next stitch from front to back and purl through the back loop. One stitch increased. Purl Purl two stitches together. One stitch decreased.

P2Tog tbl

Purl two stitches together through the back loops. One stitch decreased.

pm Psso Ptbl

Place marker Pass Slipped Stitch(es) Over Purl through the back loop. Creates a twisted stitch.

M1R M1LP M1RP

rem Rpt RS Sl Sl, K2, Psso

Remain Repeat Right Side Slip the Stitch Purlwise Slip one stitch purlwise, knit two stitches, and pass the slipped stitch over. One stitch decreased. Sl3, K2tog, P3sso Slip 3 stitches purlwise, knit two stitches together, pass the three slipped stitches over. Four stitches decreased. sm Slip Marker SSK (Modified) Slip one stitch as if to knit. Slip one stitch as if to purl. Knit two slipped stitches together through the back loops. One stitch decreased. st(s) Stitch(es) WS Wrong Side wyif With Yarn In Front YO Yarnover. One stitch increased.

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Windwept Ski es C H ART SYM BO LS Symbol

Instruction RS: K WS: P RS: P WS: K RS: Ktbl WS: Ptbl RS: SSK WS: P2Tog tbl RS: P2Tog WS: K2Tog Sl, K2, Psso Sl3, K2Tog, P3sso

Symbol

Instruction RS: M1L WS: M1LP RS: M1RP WS: M1R M1R, KFBF, M1L

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Sl wyif YO sm Remove Marker No Stitch

Instruction Stitch Pattern Repeat Section 3 Only: Skip these stitches the last time worked.

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Instruction Section 5 Only: First Time Worked: Skip these stitches. Section 5 Only: First time worked: Purl this stitch.

USING T H E C HA RTS Working From a Chart for Flat Knitting On the right side rows, read the chart from right to left and use the chart instructions for right-side rows. On wrong side rows, read the chart from left to right and use the chart instructions for wrong-side rows. If a chart symbol only has one instruction, the instruction is the same on both sides or is only worked on one side of the work. Stitch Pattern Repeat Borders Stitches that need to be repeated at some point in the pattern are surrounded by a stitch pattern repeat border. Repeat the stitches in the bordered section until you only have the number of stitches remaining between the stitch pattern repeat and the next stitch marker, which should match the amount of stitches remaining between markers on the charts. The edges of stitch pattern repeat borders are great areas to place additional, differently colored stitch markers in your project to keep on track. Highlighted Stitches Stitches that are highlighted with a color have a special instruction for one of the repeats of that section.

SWATCH IN G

The Best Way to Swatch For This Pattern is to Cast On Because this pattern is so narrow at the cast on edge, it doesn’t make sense to create separate swatches. The nice thing about this is if you like your swatch, you can keep on knitting the shawl! Work Sections 1 & 2, weighing your yarn after each section. The cast on edge of the shawl should be around 6.5” (17cm) - both blocked and unblocked. It does not change much with blocking. The row length between the icord and the end of Section 2 on the needles should be around 2.25” (6cm) on the needles, and 2.5” (6cm) after blocking. This length will also be the length of each repeat so you can estimate your shawl’s wingspan by multiplying out the total number of times Sections 3-Section 5 are worked plus 2 (for Sections 1-2 and 5-6) * 2.5” (6cm). If Your Swatch’s Cast On Edge Is Larger Than 6.5” (17cm) Deep... You are making larger stitch width than I was, and you are probably using more yarn per row. This means there is less yarn for wingspan, because it is being used up in the depth. Even though your rows are probably also bigger, the larger row size generally does not compensate for the amount of yarn being used per row. Consider swatching with a smaller needle size if you are concerned about the wingspan of your shawl, especially if you are using one skein. If Your Swatch’s Cast On Edge Is Smaller Than 6.5” (17cm) Deep... You are making smaller stitch width than I was, and you are probably using less yarn per row. This means there is more yarn for wingspan, because it is not being used up in the depth. It’s also possible your fabric is more stiff than the sample. Consider blocking on the needles and evaluating whether you like the fabric. If you would like more drape, consider swatching with a larger needle size. Windswept Skies

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Wi ndwept Ski es Section 1: Cast On & Setup Rows Cast on 3 sts using the invisible provisional cast on. Turn. Icord Row 1 (WS): Purl. Turn. Icord Row 2 (RS): K2, KFB, Sl4 sts back onto left needle. Do not turn. Repeat Icord Row 2 until there are 50 stitches on the needle. As stitches are added, stitches will remain unworked on the left needle. Setup Row 1 (RS): K3, P2, pm, K, Ktbl, pm, P2, K3, P2, K, P2, K3, P2, (K, P) x 6, (K, P2, K3, P2) x 2. Remove invisible cast on and place 3 sts on LH needle. Sl the last 3 sts together knitwise through the back loops. 53 sts. Rows 2-4: Work chart below.

Section 2: Setup Increases Work this section once. This section sets up the required number of stitches for Section 3: Increases. Check stitch counts on rows indicated with an asterisk *. If the proper amount of stitches are not set up correctly in the stitches indicated by the Stitch Pattern Repeat Border, it is difficult to correct without frogging. There should be 8 stitches for each Stitch Pattern Repeat in this and following sections. It can be helpful to place markers at the beginning and end of the bordered stitch repeats to assist in counting. There will be no repeat in this section; they are marked for counting purposes only.

RS: K WS: P RS: P WS: K RS: Ktbl WS: Ptbl Windswept Skies

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R S: M 1 L W S: M 1 LP R S: M 1 R P W S: M 1 R M 1 R , K F BF , M 1 L

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Wi ndwept Ski es Section 3: Increases

The first time this section is worked, the stitch repeat for the skies stitch pattern will be worked once, and then one repeat is added each time the section is worked. This section does have to be worked at least once for the rest of the pattern to work out. Keep track of how many times Section 3 is worked by entering it into (C) on page 5. Make note of how much yarn you’ve used after the last repeat of Section 3 in (D) on page 5.

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Work full repeats of Section 4 until at least (D) grams of yarn remain. If not enough yarn remains to complete a repeat without going below (D) grams, proceed to Section 5.

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Wi ndwept Ski es Section 5: Decreases The first time this section is worked, note the omitted stitches and a substitute stitch as indicated by the colors in the chart key. Work full repeats of decrease section the same number of times as Section 3 was worked and noted in (C).

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Section 6: Decrease Conclusion Work this chart to prepare for bind off.

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RS: K WS: P RS: P WS: K RS: Ktbl WS: Ptbl

RS: SSK WS: P2Tog tbl RS: P2Tog WS: K2Tog S l, K2, Ps s o S l3 , K 2 To g, P 3s s o

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Wi ndwept Ski es Section 7: Bind Off & Finishing Icord Corner: K3, Sl3 back onto LH needle. Do not turn. Icord Bind Off: K2, SSK. Sl3 sts back onto LH needle. Repeat Icord Bind Off until 3 sts rem on each needle. Graft the remaining 6 sts together using kitchener stitch. Kitchener Stitch 1. Holding the two knitting needles parallel with wrong sides of the work together, insert the tapestry needle into the first stitch on the front needle as if to purl and pull the yarn through. Then insert the tapestry needle into the first stitch on the back needle as if to knit and pull the yarn through. 2. Insert the tapestry needle into the first stitch on the front needle as if to knit, pull the yarn through, and drop the stitch from the knitting needle. 3. Insert the tapestry needle into the next stitch on the front needle as if to purl, and pull the yarn through. 4. Insert the tapestry needle into the first stitch on the back needle as if to purl, pull the yarn through, and drop the stitch from the knitting needle. 5. Insert the tapestry needle into the next stitch on the back needle as if to knit, and pull the yarn through. 6. Repeat steps 2-5 until one stitch remains on each needle. Drop both stitches from the needles. Weave in ends. Block. Enjoy your new shawl!

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Windwept Ski es WRITTEN INST RU CTIONS Section 1: Cast On and Setup Rows Cast on 3 sts using the invisible provisional cast on. Turn. Icord Row 1 (WS): Purl. Turn. Icord Row 2 (RS): K2, KFB, Sl4 sts back onto left needle. Do not turn. Repeat Icord Row 2 until there are 50 stitches on the needle. As stitches are added, stitches will remain unworked on the left needle. Setup Row 1 (RS): K3, P2, pm, K, Ktbl, pm, P2, K3, P2, K, P2, K3, P2, (K, P) x 6, (K, P2, K3, P2) x 2. Remove invisible cast on and place 3 sts on LH needle. Sl the last 3 sts together knitwise through the back loops. 53 sts. Setup Row 2: (WS): K5, P3, K2, P, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 6, (P, K2, P3, K2) x 2, sm, Ptbl, P, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. Setup Row 3: K3, P2, sm, K, M1RP, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, YO, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. 55 sts. Setup Row 4: K5, P3, K2, P, K, YO, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, P, K, YO, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, K, P, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. 56 sts. Section 2: Setup Increases Work this section once. This section sets up the required number of stitches for Section 3: Increases. Check stitch counts on rows indicated with an asterisk *. If the proper amount of stitches are not set up correctly in the bracketed stitch repeats, it is difficult to correct without frogging. There should be 8 stitches for each bracketed [ ] stitch repeat in this and following sections. It can be helpful to place markers at the beginning and end of the bracketed stitch repeats to assist in counting. ROW INSTRUCTIONS ‰‰1 (RS) K3, P2, sm, K, P, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, K, P, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, K, P, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰2 (WS) K5, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, M1LP, K, P, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰3 K3, P2, sm, K, P, K, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰4 K5, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, YO, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, YO, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, P, K, P, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰5 K3, P2, sm, K, P, K, M1RP, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰6 K5, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, (K, P) x 2, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰7 K3, P2, sm, (K, P) x 2, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, K, P, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰8 K5, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, YO, K2, P3, K2, P, K, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, YO, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, M1R, (K, P) x 2, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰9 K3, P2, sm, K, P, K, P2, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰10 K5, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 6, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 6, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, K2, P, K, P, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰11 K3, P2, sm, K, P, K, P2, M1RP, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰12 K5, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, P, K, YO, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, K3, P, K, P, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰13 K3, P2, sm, K, P, K, P3, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, K, P, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰14 K5, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, M1R, K3, P, K, P, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰15 K3, P2, sm, K, P, K, P4, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. Windswept Skies

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Windwept Ski es WRIT T EN I NST RU CT ION S (CONT I NU E D ) Section 2: Setup Increases (Continued) ROW ‰‰16 ‰‰17 ‰‰18 ‰‰19 ‰‰20 * ‰‰21 ‰‰22

INSTRUCTIONS K5, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, YO, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, K4, P, K, P, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. K3, P2, sm, K, P, K, P4, M1RP, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. K5, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, K5, P, K, P, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. K3, P2, sm, K, P, K, P5, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, SSK, K, P, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, K, P, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. K5, P3, K2, P, K, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, YO, K2, P3, K2, P, K, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, M1LP, [Sl3, K2Tog, P3sso, P, M1R, KFBF, M1L, P], sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. K3, P2, sm, [K, P5, K, P], K, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. K5, P, YO, P, K2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 6, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, P, [K, P, K5, P], sm, K2, Sl3 wyif.

Section 3: Increases The first time this section is worked, the stitch repeat for the skies stitch pattern will be worked once, and then one repeat is added each time the section is worked. This section does have to be worked at least once for the rest of the pattern to work out. The last time the increase section is worked, omit the italicized stitches on Rows 22-24 to set up for Section 4: Center. ‰‰ Keep track of how many times Section 3 is worked by entering it into (C) on page 5. ‰‰ Make note of how much yarn you’ve used after the last repeat of Section 3 in (D) on page 5.

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INSTRUCTIONS K3, P2, sm, [K, P5, K, P] to 2 sts bef m, K, M1RP, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, YO, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰2 (WS) K5, P3, K2, P, K, YO, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, P, K, YO, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, K, P, [K, P, K5, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰3 K3, P2, sm, [K, P5, K, P] to 3 sts bef m, K, P, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, K, P, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, K, P, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰4 * K5, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, M1LP, K, P, [M1R, KFBF, M1L, P, Sl3, K2Tog, P3sso, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰5 K3, P2, sm, (K, P, K, P5) to 4 sts bef m, K, P, K, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰6 K5, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, YO, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, YO, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, P, K, P, [K5, P, K, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰7 K3, P2, sm, [K, P, K, P5] to 4 sts bef m, K, P, K, M1RP, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰8 K5, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, (K, P) x 2, [K5, P, K, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰9 K3, P2, sm, [K, P, K, P5] to 5 sts bef m, (K, P) x 2, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, K, P, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰10 * K5, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, YO, K2, P3, K2, P, K, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, YO, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, M1R, (K, P) x 2, [Sl3, K2Tog, P3sso, P, M1R, KFBF, M1L, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰11 K3, P2, sm, [K, P5, K, P] to 6 sts bef m, K, P, K, P2, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰12 K5, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 6, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 6, YO, K2, P, YO, P, sm, Ptbl, K2, P, K,of P, the [K, P,pattern. K5, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. the full version of the pattern to This is a K2, preview version Please purchase ‰‰13 K3, P2, sm, [K, P5, K, P] to 6 sts befview m, K,this P, K, content. P2, M1RP, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰14 K5, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, P, K, YO, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, K3, P, K, P, [K, P, K5, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰15 K3, P2, sm, [K, P5, K, P] to 7 sts bef m, K, P, K, P3, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, K, P, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰16 * K5, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, M1R, K3, P, K, P, [M1R, KFBF, M1L, P, Sl3, K2Tog, P3sso, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰17 K3, P2, sm, [K, P, K, P5] to 8 sts bef m, K, P, K, P4, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰18 K5, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, YO, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, K4, P, K, P, [K5, P, K, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰19 K3, P2, sm, [K, P, K, P5] to 8 sts bef m, K, P, K, P4, M1RP, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰20 K5, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, [K5, P, K, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰21 K3, P2, sm, [K, P, K, P5] to 1 st bef m, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, SSK, K, P, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, K, P, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰22 * K5, P3, K2, P, K, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, YO, K2, P3, K2, P, K, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, M1LP, [Sl3, K2Tog, P3sso, P, M1R, KFBF, M1L, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰23 K3, P2, sm, [K, P5, K, P] to 2 (1) sts bef m, K, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰24 K5, P, YO, P, K2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 6, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, P, [K, P, K5 P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. Windswept Skies

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1 (RS) 2 (WS) 3 4* 5 6 7 8 9 10 * 11 12 This is 13 14 15 16 * 17 18 19 20 21 22 * 23 24

K3, P2, sm, [K, P5, K, P] to 1 st bef m, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, YO, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. K5, P3, K2, P, K, YO, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, P, K, YO, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, [K, P, K5, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. K3, P2, sm, [K, P5, K, P] to 1 st bef m, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, K, P, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, K, P, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. K5, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, [M1R, KFBF, M1L, P, Sl3, K2Tog, P3sso, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. K3, P2, sm, [K, P, K, P5] to 1 st bef m, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. K5, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, YO, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, YO, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, [K5, P, K, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. K3, P2, sm, [K, P, K, P5] to 1 st bef m, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. K5, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, [K5, P, K, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. K3, P2, sm, [K, P, K, P5] to 1 st bef m, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, K, P, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. K5, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, YO, K2, P3, K2, P, K, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, YO, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, [Sl3, K2Tog, P3sso, P, M1R, KFBF, M1L, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. K3, P2, sm, [K, P5, K, P] to 1 st bef m, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 6, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 6, YO, K2, P, YO, P, a K5, preview version of the pattern. Please purchase the full version of the pattern to K2, sm, Ptbl, [K, P, K5, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. view this content. K3, P2, sm, [K, P5, K, P] to 1 st bef m, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. K5, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, P, K, YO, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, [K, P, K5, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif K3, P2, sm, [K, P5, K, P] to 1 st bef m, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, K, P, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. K5, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, [M1R, KFBF, M1L, P, Sl3, K2Tog, P3sso, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. K3, P2, sm, [K, P, K, P5] to 1 st bef m, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. K5, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, YO, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, [K5, P, K, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. K3, P2, sm, [K, P, K, P5] to 1 st bef m, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. K5, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, [K5, P, K, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. K3, P2, sm, [K, P, K, P5] to 1 st bef m, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, SSK, K, P, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, K, P, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. K5, P3, K2, P, K, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, YO, K2, P3, K2, P, K, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, [Sl3, K2Tog, P3sso, P, M1R, KFBF, M1L, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. K3, P2, sm, [K, P5, K, P] to 1 st bef m, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. K5, P, YO, P, K2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 6, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, [K, P, K5, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif.

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Section 5: Decreases Work decrease section the same number of times as increase section. The first time this section is worked, replace Rows 1-3 with First Time Worked Rows 1-3. After first time through, decrease section can be worked normally. Work Section 5 the same number of times as Section 3 as noted in (C). ‰‰First Time Worked Only: Replace first 3 rows of instructions with these 3 rows, then continue with Decrease Instructions Row 4. ROW ‰‰1 (RS)

INSTRUCTIONS K3, P2, sm, [K, P5, K, P] to 9 sts bef m, K, P5, K, P, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, YO, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰2 (WS) K5, P3, K2, P, K, YO, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, P, K, YO, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, K, P, K5, P, [K, P, K5, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰3 K3, P2, sm, [K, P5, K, P] to 9 sts bef m, K, P5, K, P, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, K, P, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, K, P, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. Decrease Instructions ROW INSTRUCTIONS ‰‰1 (RS) K3, P2, sm, [K, P5, K, P] to 10 sts bef m, K, P5, K, P2, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, YO, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰2 (WS) K5, P3, K2, P, K, YO, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, P, K, YO, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, K2, P, K5, P, [K, P, K5, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰3 K3, P2, sm, [K, P5, K, P] to 9 sts bef m, K, P5, K, P2Tog, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, K, P, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, K, P, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰4 * K5, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, M1R, KFBF, M1L, P, Sl3, K2Tog, P3sso, P, [M1R, KFBF, M1L, P, Sl3, K2Tog, P3sso, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰5 K3, P2, sm, [K, P, K, P5] to 9 sts bef m, K, P, K, P5, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰ ‰ 6 P3, K2, version (P, K) x 3, of YO,the K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2,full (P, K) x 3, YO,of K2,the P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, This is a K5, preview pattern. Please purchase the version pattern to K2Tog, K3, P, K, P, [K5, P, K, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. view this content. ‰‰7 K3, P2, sm, [K, P, K, P5] to 8 sts bef m, K, P, K, P4, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰8 K5, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, K4, P, K, P, [K5, P, K, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰9 K3, P2, sm, [K, P, K, P5] to 8 sts bef m, K, P, K, P2, P2Tog, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, K, P, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰10 * K5, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, YO, K2, P3, K2, P, K, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, YO, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, K3, P, K, P, [Sl3, K2Tog, P3sso, P, M1R, KFBF, M1L, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif ‰‰11 K3, P2, sm, [K, P5, K, P] to 7 sts bef m, K,P, K, P3, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰12 K5, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 6, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 6, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, K2Tog, (K, P) x 2, [K, P, K5, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰13 K3, P2, sm, [K, P5, K, P] to 6 sts bef m, K, P, K, P2, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰14 K5, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, P, K, YO, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, K2, P, K, P, [K, P, K5, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰15 K3, P2, sm, [K, P5, K, P] to 6 sts bef m, K, P, K, P2Tog, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, K, P, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰16 * K5, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, (K, P) x 2, [M1R, KFBF, M1L, P, Sl3, K2Tog, P3sso, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰17 K3, P2, sm, [K, P, K, P5] to 5 sts bef m, (K, P) x 2, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰18 K5, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, YO, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, K2Tog, K, P, [K5, P, K, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. Windswept Skies

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INSTRUCTIONS K3, P2, sm, [K, P, K, P5] to 4 sts bef m, K, P2, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. K5, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, K2, P, [K5, P, K, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. K3, P2, sm, [K, P, K, P5] to 4 sts bef m, K, P2Tog, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, SSK, K, P, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, P) x 4, K,version P2, K3, P2, P, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. a (K, preview ofSSK, the K, pattern. Please purchase the full version of the pattern to K5, P3, K2, P, K, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, view K2, (P, this K) x 5,content. YO, K2, P3, K2, P, K, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, K, P, [Sl3, K2Tog, P3sso, P, M1R, KFBF, M1L, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. K3, P2, sm, [K, P5, K, P] to 3 sts bef m, K, P, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. K5, P, YO, P, K2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 6, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, K2Tog, [K, P, K5, P] to m, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif.

Section 6: Decrease Conclusion ROW INSTRUCTIONS ‰‰1 (RS) K3, P2, sm, K, P5, K, P2, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, YO, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰2 (WS) K5, P3, K2, P, K, YO, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, P, K, YO, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, K2, P, K5, P, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰3 K3, P2, sm, K, P5, K, P2Tog, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, K, P, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, K, P, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰4 K5, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, M1R, KFBF, M1L, P, Sl3, K2Tog, P3sso, P, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰5 K3, P2, sm, K, P, K, P5, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰6 K5, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, YO, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, YO, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, K2Tog, K3, P, K, P, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰7 K3, P2, sm, K, P, K, P4, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰8 K5, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, K4, P, K, P, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰9 K3, P2, sm, K, P, K, P2, P2Tog, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, K, P, K, P2, K3, P2, (K, P) xversion 4, K, P2, K3, wyif. This is a YO, preview of P2, theSl3 pattern. Please purchase the full version of the pattern to ‰‰10 K5, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, YO, K2, P3, K2, P, K, this P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, YO, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, K3, view content. P, K, P, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰11 K3, P2, sm, K, P, K, P3, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰12 K5, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 6, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 6, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, K2Tog, (K, P) x 2, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰13 K3, P2, sm, K, P, K, P2, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰14 K5, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, P, K, YO, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 5, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, K2, P, K, P, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰15 K3, P2, sm, K, P, K, P2Tog, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, K, P, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰16 K5, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, (K, P) x 2, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰17 K3, P2, sm, (K, P) x 2, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. ‰‰18 K5, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, YO, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 3, P2Tog tbl, K2, P3, K2, sm, Ptbl, K2Tog, K, P, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. Windswept Skies

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INSTRUCTIONS K3, P2, sm, K, P2, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 3, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, (K, P) x 2, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. K5, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 4, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, K2, P, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. K3, P2, sm, K, P2Tog, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, SSK, K, P, K, P2, K3, P2, YO, (K, P) x 4, K, P2, K3, P2, SSK, K, P, K, P2, K3, P2, Sl3 wyif. K5, P3, K2, version P, K, P2Tog K2, P3, K2, (P,Please K) x 5, YO, K2, P3, K2, P, K, P2Tog tbl, K2, K2,pattern sm, Ptbl, to K, preview oftbl, the pattern. purchase the full version ofP3, the P, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. view this content. K3, P2, sm, K, P, Ktbl, sm, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, YO, (K, P) x 5, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, SSK, K, P2, Sl, K2, Psso, P2, Sl3 wyif. K5, P, YO, P, K2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, (P, K) x 6, YO, K2, P, YO, P, K2, P2Tog tbl, K2, P, YO, P, K2, sm, Ptbl, K2Tog, sm, K2, Sl3 wyif. K3, P2, sm, P, Ktbl, sm, P2, K3, P2, K, P2, K3, P2, (K, P) x 6, (K, P2, K3, P2) x 2, Sl3 wyif. K5, P3, K2, P, K2, P3, K2, (P, K) x 6, (P, K2, P3, K2) x 2, remove marker, Ptbl, K, remove marker, K2, Sl3 wyif.

Section 7: Bind Off & Finishing Icord Corner: K3, Sl3 back onto LH needle. Do not turn. Icord Bind Off: K2, SSK. Sl3 sts back onto LH needle. Repeat Icord Bind Off until 3 sts rem on each needle. Graft the remaining 6 sts together using kitchener stitch. Kitchener Stitch 1. Holding the two knitting needles parallel with wrong sides of the work together, insert the tapestry needle into the first stitch on the front needle as if to purl and pull the yarn through. Then insert the tapestry needle into the first stitch on the back needle as if to knit and pull the yarn through. 2. Insert the tapestry needle into the first stitch on the front needle as if to knit, pull the yarn through, and drop the stitch from the knitting needle. 3. Insert the tapestry needle into the next stitch on the front needle as if to purl, and pull the yarn through. 4. Insert the tapestry needle into the first stitch on the back needle as if to purl, pull the yarn through, and drop the stitch from the knitting needle. 5. Insert the tapestry needle into the next stitch on the back needle as if to knit, and pull the yarn through. 6. Repeat steps 2-5 until one stitch remains on each needle. Drop both stitches from the needles. Weave in ends. Block. Enjoy your new shawl!

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Odd rows are right side, even rows are wrong side. Direction is as seen with right side of work facing. [1] = Right side edge stitches to first marker [2] = Stitches between first marker and second marker [3] = Stitches between second marker to left side edge [4] = Total stitches in row Section 1: Cast On & Setup Rows ROW 1 2 3 4

[1] 5 5 5 5

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[3] 45 50 51 52 49 54 55 56 53 58 57 56 51 54 53 52 47 50 49 48 43 46

[4] 53 59 60 61 59 64 65 67 64 69 69 68 63 67 66 65 61 64 63 63 58 61

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Section 3: Increases * Indicates there will be one fewer stitch in [2] the final time worked before starting Section 4. RPT

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Windwept Ski es TUTORIALS Invisible Provisional Cast On 1. Holding the waste yarn and project yarn together, create a slip knot and place it on the needle. 2. Holding the needle in the right hand and both strands in the left hand, insert the left thumb and index finger between the strands, spread them apart, and turn them up to wrap the waste yarn around the thumb and working yarn around the index finger. You may need to place your right index finger on the slip knot to hold it in place. This is the starting position. 3. Bring the needle forward and under the waste yarn then over the working yarn. Bring the needle behind the working yarn and underneath both strands back to the starting position. This creates a ‘knit’ stitch. 4. Bring the needle between the two strands under the working yarn. This creates what looks like a reverse yarnover. 5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until you have the required number of stitches. Do not count the slipknot as a stitch. Turn, wrap the waste yarn counterclockwise around the last stitch, and hold it in the left fingers.

Troubleshooting Icord Cast On Cast On Stitches Look Too Loose Because of the nature of icord, it is normal for the first row of stitches cast on to look at little loose, and if they are only a little loose, it is possible to move the slack around back into the icord while blocking. If the stitches are very loose though, try tightening the yarn after knitting the first and second stitches of the icord on each row to help tighten up the yarn that connects across the back of the work to form the icord tube. The less slack that is available for the stitch on the needles to pull out between the stitches and from the other stitches, the smaller the stitches on the needles should be. If it’s still looking too sloppy as a preference, try the alternate method for the icord cast on which involves knitting an icord and then picking up stitches. Icord Looks Too Tight If the cast on icord looks tighter in tension than the icord stitches on the border edges, once you begin knitting, it is possible to cast on looser for the icord tab cast on. Replace Icord Cast On Row 2 with the following, adding yarnovers and dropping the previous yarnover on each row to create additional slack that will be pulled into the icord stitches, making them larger. Replacement Icord Cast On Row 2: K2, Drop YO from previous row, YO, KFB, Sl4 sts back onto left needle. Don’t forget to drop the final yarnover when starting to knit the main piece.

Removing The Invisible Provisional Cast On Pick up the stitches being held by the waste yarn. Every other stitch will be twisted - reorient the stitches while putting them back on the needle. Remove the waste yarn and undo the slipknot. Kitchener Stitch 1. Holding the two knitting needles parallel with wrong sides of the work together, insert the tapestry needle into the first stitch on the front needle as if to purl and pull the yarn through. Then insert the tapestry needle into the first stitch on the back needle as if to knit and pull the yarn through. 2. Insert the tapestry needle into the first stitch on the front needle as if to knit, pull the yarn through, and drop the stitch from the knitting needle. 3. Insert the tapestry needle into the next stitch on the front needle as if to purl, and pull the yarn through. 4. Insert the tapestry needle into the first stitch on the back needle as if to purl, pull the yarn through, and drop the stitch from the knitting needle. 5. Insert the tapestry needle into the next stitch on the back needle as if to knit, and pull the yarn through. 6. Repeat steps 2-5 until one stitch remains on each needle. Drop both stitches from the needles.

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Troubleshooting Icord Border Icord Looks Too Tight If the icord border is so tight that it cannot stretch at all, it will not block out! Icord borders create one row of stitches for every two rows of knitting. If the stitches do not stretch to accomodate for two rows of length, the border may not lay flat. To introduce more yarn into the icord border stitches, create a yarnover or two before the final icord stitch on the row where the stitches are knit (not slipped). Drop the yarnover(s) when slipping the stitches on the next row. The extra yarn introduced by the yarnover(s) will pull into the icord stitches. Icord Looks Too Loose Icord borders create one row of stitches for every two rows of knitting, and so the icord stitches on the border should accomodate two rows’ worth of length. If the icord border is much looser than two rows’ worth of knitting, tension can be improved on the knit side of the border by ensuring that the yarn that carries across the back of the work to form a tube is taut. This can be accomplished by pulling the yarn to tension it after the first and second stitches of the icord are knit.

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