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Vogue® Knitting have been the most trusted authorities on knitting, delivering expert information on knitting techniques, an insider’s take on the latest trends and

The editors of Vogue Knitting magazine present a second, much-awaited collection of shawls and wraps.

up-to-the-minute designs from the top names in the hand-knitting industry. In volumes such as The Ultimate Knitting Book, Vogue® Knitting Quick Reference, The Ultimate Sock Book, and Knitopedia, they have distilled their expertise for knitters of all skill levels. With Shawls & Wraps 2, they bring forward another worthy collection for fashion-lovers and knitters everywhere. Vogue Knitting Shawls & Wraps 2 is the most comprehensive collection of hand-knit shawls in fashion today. Expertly curated designs include:

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From delicate lace shawls to extra-thick double-knit wraps, Vogue Knitting Shawls & Wraps 2 presents even more of the most popular and iconic shawls collected from Vogue Knitting magazine. With 35 patterns spanning a wide range of techniques and styles, knitters of all skill levels will find the perfect accent for any outfit. Projects include: • Inventive ways to incorporate color • Numerous elegant lace motifs • Fun and stylish oversized wraps • An entire chapter of double-knit shawls Whether bundling up on a cold winter day or in need of just an extra bit of style on a cool spring evening, Shawls & Wraps 2 has you covered for every occasion.

• 35 of the most popular and iconic garments from Vogue Knitting magazine by top knitwear designers • Exciting techniques such as Fair Isle, intarsia, beading, and double knitting • Designs for knitters of all skill levels and style preferences Front cover photo by Rose Callahan Back cover photos (left to right) by Rose Callahan, Jack Deutsch, Gudrun Georges, and Paul Amato

The perpetual popularity of shawls proves that every knitter is in the know— nothing beats a good shawl or wrap for extra warmth and style.

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VOGUE KNITTING ®

Shawls & Wraps 2

THE EDITORS OF VOG U E K N ITTIN G MAGA Z I N E New York

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161 Avenue of the Americas New York, NY 10013 www.sixthandspring.com

Editor JACOB SEIFERT

Vice President/Editorial Director TRISHA MALCOLM

Executive Patterns Editor CARLA SCOTT

Publisher CAROLINE KILMER

Technical Editor LORETTA DACHMAN

Creative Director JOE VIOR

Yarn Coordinator MATTHEW SCHRANK

Production Manager DAVID JOINNIDES

Art Director DIANE LAMPHRON

President ART JOINNIDES

Book Designer SHUBHANI SARKAR

Chairman JAY STEIN

PHOTO CREDITS Paul Amato for LVARepresents.com: pp. 6, 24, 44, 84, 88, 102, 104, 106, 108, 110, 114, 118, 122, 144, Rose Callahan: Front Cover, pp. 2, 8, 10, 13, 14, 15, 20, 28, 30, 32, 38, 40, 47, 48, 54, 56, 62, 68, 70, 71, 72, 90, 93, 96, 98, 116, 120, 126, 128, 130, 132, 133, 138, 142, Jack Deutsch: pp. 134, 140, 148–149 (how-to photography) Gudrun Georges: pp. 58, 60, 112, 113 Copyright © 2016 by Sixth&Spring Books All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or used in any form or by any means—graphic, electronic, or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or information storage-and-retrieval systems—without written permission of the publisher. The written instructions, photographs, designs, projects, and patterns are intended for the personal, noncommercial use of the retail purchaser and are under federal copyright laws; they are not to be reproduced in any form for commercial use. Permission is granted to photocopy patterns and enlarge charts for the personal use of the retail purchaser. Library of Congress Control Number: 20009927135 ISBN: 978-1-942021-50-6 Manufactured in China 1 3 5 7 9 10 8 6 4 2 First Edition

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Contents Introduction 6

It’s a Wrap 88 Drapey Wrap 90

Draped in Elegance 8

Drop Stitch Wrap 95

Beaded Peaked Shawl 10

Ripple Wrap 98

Wrapped-Stitch Shawl 15

Textured Diamond Wrap 101

Mesh & Lace Shawl 20

Mesh Wrap 104

Lacy Triangle Shawl 24

Striped Feather & Fan Wrap 106

Leaf-Trimmed Shawl 28

Tulip Lace Wrap 108

Splash Lace Shawl 32

Bargello Wrap 111

Beaded Crescent Shawl 37

Wave Stitch Wrap 114

Heart Shawl 40

Leafy Lace Wrap 116

Beaded Diamond Shawl 44

Hand-Dyed Lace Wrap 118

Clustered Diamonds Shawl 48 Summer Breeze Shawl 53

Color & Texture 120 Art Deco Mosaic Shawl 122

Double Take 56

Fringed Chevron Shawl 126

Double-Knit Adenium Shawl 58

Plaid Fringed Wrap 128

Chrysler Building Double-Knit Shawl 62

Vibrant Fair Isle Shawl 131

Winged Double-Knit Shawl 69

Zebra Wrap 134

Fair Isle & Lace Wrap 84

Cabled Wrap 137 Ikat Shawl 140 Neon-Edged Wrap 142 Graphic Stripes Wrap 144

Helpful Information 147 Resources 151 Index 152

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All

Wrapped Up

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Whenever I think of shawls, particular words spring to mind: timeless, elegant, versatile, stylish. to bead accents offering shimmer across a

a practical purpose quite like a statement

gorgeous lace pattern, projects with stun-

shawl or wrap. Making such an accessory

ning payoffs are motivating knitters to

by hand ensures it’s not only eye-catching

tackle these techniques. Clever colorwork,

but also worthy of admiration for the hours

fearless steeking, ambitious intarsia, non-

spent moving stitch after stitch to create the

traditional ways of adding fringe, and more

final piece. When knit with gorgeous lace

have also given the shawl fresh turns and

patterns in fine, luxurious yarns, shawls

new challenges for knitters. It is nothing

offer extra comfort and elegance for breezy

less than breathtaking to see how knit

summer afternoons or cool spring evenings.

designers have pushed the boundaries of

Yet, knit in heavier yarn, shawls offer

what this accessory can become.

INTRODUCTION

Nothing can elevate an outfit while fulfilling

enough coverage and warmth to combat any harsh winter day. With such style and ver-

Publishing one collection of shawls and

satility, it really is no wonder that knitters

wraps from Vogue Knitting was a thrilling

across the world continue their love affair

undertaking, but curating a second was

with shawls and wraps.

even more so. I cannot wait to see what the next few years bring for the shawl,

Beading and double knitting have seen

and I cannot wait to see you wearing your

increased popularity among the shawls

own creations.

published in Vogue Knitting magazine over the last few years: From the double-knit wings of a phoenix rising in renewed glory

Trisha Malcolm Vice President/Editorial Director, Vogue Knitting

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Splash Lace Shawl Zabeth Loisel-Weiner conjures garlands, fountains, and dewdrops in the lace patterns of this classic triangle-shaped shawl.

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS

Next row (WS) K3, sm, p1, pm, p1, pm, p1, sm, k3.

Width approx 58"/147cm

Beg chart 1

Length at center 28"/71cm

Row 1 (RS) K3 (selvage sts), sm, work row 1 of chart

1, sm, k1 (center st), sm, work row 1 of chart 1, sm, k3 (selvage sts).

• 2 1¾oz/50g balls (each approx 440yd/402m) of

Row 2 (WS) K3, sm, work row 2 of chart 1, sm, p1,

Classic Elite Yarns Silky Alpaca Lace (baby alpaca/

sm, work row 2 of chart 1, sm, k3.

silk) in #2049 lake chad

Cont to work chart 1 in this way, keeping selvage sts

• Size 6 (4mm) circular needle, 32"/80cm long

in garter st (k every row) and center st in St st (k on

OR SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE

RS, p on WS), through row 14.

• Stitch markers

Beg chart 2

Work chart 2 through row 30 in the same way, GAUGE

keeping garter selvage sts and St st center st.

24 sts and 32 rows = 4"/10cm over St st using size

Beg chart 3

6 (4mm) needles after blocking.

Work chart 3 through row 46 in the same way,

TAKE TIME TO CHECK GAUGE.

keeping garter selvage sts and St st center st.

DRAPED IN ELEGANCE

MATERIALS

Beg chart 3A STITCH GLOSSARY

Row 47 (RS) K3, sm, work chart 3A to rep line, work

MB (make bobble) (K1, p1 tbl, k1) in same st, turn,

16-st rep 2 times, work to end of chart 3A row, sm,

p3, turn, SK2P.

k1, sm, work chart 3A to rep line, work 16-st rep 2 times, work to end of chart 3A row, sm, k3.

NOTE

Working selvage and center sts as established, cont

Shawl is worked from upper edge to lower edges,

to work chart 3A in this way through chart row 62

then border is worked while joining at lower edge

(shawl row 62).

to live shawl sts.

Beg chart 3 Row 63 (RS) K3, sm, work chart 3 to rep line, work

SHAWL

16-st rep 3 times, work to end of chart 3 row, sm,

Cast on 3 sts using provisional cast-on. Knit 6 rows.

k1, sm, work chart 3 to rep line, work 16-st rep 3

Next row (RS) K3, pm, pick up and k 3 sts along

times, work to end of chart 3 row, sm, k3.

edge of work, pm, remove provisional cast on, then

Working selvage and center sts as established, cont

k3 from cast-on row—9 sts.

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Beaded Diamond Shawl Beads, added with a crochet hook as you knit, wink at strategic points throughout Karen Joan Raz’s dazzling top-down triangular shawl.

KNITTED MEASUREMENTS

SHAWL

Approx 84 x 39"/213 x 99cm

Body

Cast on 5 sts, and knit 1 row on WS. Beg chart 1

• 2 4oz/60gm balls (each approx 825yd/754m) of

Row 1 (RS) K2, yo for chart row, k1 (for center st),

Jade Sapphire Exotic Fibres Lacey Lamb (extrafine

yo for chart row, k2—7 sts.

lambswool) in #002 off white

Row 2 and all WS rows K2, purl to last 2 sts for chart

• One size 5 (3.75mm) circular needle, 24"/60cm

row, k2.

long OR SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE

Row 3 K2, work chart row 3, k1, work chart row 3,

• One 1mm beading crochet hook

k2—11 sts.

• 1000 size 6/0 glass beads (approx 60g) silver

Cont to work chart in this manner through row

lined gold with rainbow finish

64—123 sts. Row 65 (2nd line of numbers) K2, *work chart row

GAUGE

to 20-st rep, work 20-st rep twice, work to end of

16 sts and 32 rows = 4"/10cm over body pattern st

chart row*, k1; repeat from * to *, k2.

using size 5 (3.75mm) needle.

Cont to work chart in this manner, adding a 20-st

TAKE TIME TO CHECK GAUGE.

rep to each side of shawl every time a 22-row

DRAPED IN ELEGANCE

MATERIALS

rep has been completed, until you have worked STITCH GLOSSARY

through row 174. Every 22-row repeat adds 40 sts

Add Bead (AB) Slip bead onto shank of crochet hook.

to the shawl. When row 174 is complete there will

With hook facing you, slip next st from LH needle

be 323 sts.

onto crochet hook. Hold taut. Slip bead onto st.

Border

Slip st back to LH needle and knit.

Beg chart 2 Row 175 (RS) K2, *work row to 20-st rep, work

NOTES

20-st rep 7 times across, work to end of chart row

1) Shawl is worked from the top down.

175*; k1; rep from * to *, k2.

2) WS rows are not shown on the charts for this

Row 176 and all WS rows K2, p to last 2 sts, k2.

pattern. All WS rows are worked as for Row 2 in

Cont to work chart 2 in this way through row 229.

Chart 1.

Work one WS row. Do not cut yarn.

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Ripple Wrap A striking oversized wrap by Jacqueline van Dillen is worked in segments to create large eyelets connected by staggered drop-stitch columns.

KNITTED MEASUREMENTS

Row 14 K25, M1, k7, S2KP, kfb.

Approx 20 x 88"/51 x 223.5cm

Row 15 P23, drop next st and allow to unravel to

cast-on edge, turn, leaving first section on hold MATERIALS

on needle.

• 9 1¾oz/50g hanks (each approx 175yd/160m) of

Row 16 K23.

Koigu KPM (wool) in #1180

Row 17 P23, turn.

• One pair size 3 (3.25mm) needles OR SIZE TO

Set up next sections

OBTAIN GAUGE

Row 18 K23, cast on 12 sts—35 sts over 3 sections.

• D/3 (3.25mm) crochet hook

Row 19 P35. Row 20 K24, M1, k7, S2KP, kfb. Row 21 P23, drop next st and allow to unravel to

28 sts and 34 rows = 4"/10cm over St st using size

cast-on edge, turn, leaving next section on hold

3 (3.25mm) needles.

on needle.

TAKE TIME TO CHECK GAUGE.

Row 22 K23.

IT’S A WRAP

GAUGE

Row 23 P23, turn. NOTE

Rep rows 18–23 four times more—8 sections.

Use backward loop cast on for all cast-ons.

Work last section as foll: Row 24 K23, cast on 13 sts—36 sts over 3 sections.

WRAP

Row 25 P36.

Set-up section

Row 26 K24, M1, k7, S2KP, k1, kfb.

Cast on 12 sts.

Row 27 P24, drop next st and allow to unravel to

Row 1 (WS) Purl.

cast-on edge, turn, leaving next section on hold

Row 2 (RS) Yo, k8, S2KP, kfb.

on needle.

Rows 3, 4 and 5 Work in St st (k on RS, p on WS).

Rows 28–32 Work in St st over 24 sts.

Row 6 K12, cast on 12 sts—24 sts.

Row 33 P12, drop next st and allow to unravel to

Row 7 Purl.

cast-on edge, turn.

Row 8 K13, M1, k7, S2KP, kfb.

Rows 34–50 Work in St st over 12 sts.

Rows 9, 10 and 11 Work in St st.

The shawl has 9 sections, 12 sts in first and last

Row 12 K24, cast on 12 sts—36 sts.

sections and 11 sts in rem 7 sections, for a total of

Row 13 Purl.

101 sts. 99

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Tulip Lace Wrap Shirley Paden’s knockout oversized lace wrap, knit in luxe kid mohair/silk Kid Seta from Skacel Collection, is embraced on all sides by an intricate crocheted edging.

KNITTED MEASUREMENTS

Row 5 K4, *yo, ssk, k1, k2tog, yo, k5; rep from *,

Width 72"/183cm

end last rep k4.

Length 25"/63.5cm

Row 7 K5, *yo, SK2P, yo, k7; rep from *, end last

rep k5. Row 9 K2, *ssk, k2, yo, k1, yo, k2, k2tog, k1; rep

• 8 / oz/25g balls (each approx 231yd/211m) of

from *, end last rep k2.

Skacel Collection, Inc. Kid Seta (kid mohair/silk) in

Rows 11 and 13 Rep row 9.

#9 lavender

Row 14 Rep row 2.

• Size 6 (4mm) circular needle, 40"/100cm long

Rep rows 1–14 for pointed chevron pat.

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OR SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE • Size E/4 (3.5mm) crochet hook

SHAWL

• Stitch markers

Cast on 323 sts. Work in pointed chevron pat until

IT’S A WRAP

MATERIALS

14 rows have been worked 12 times. Piece should GAUGE

measure approx 25"/63.5cm. Bind off loosely.

41 sts = 9"/23cm and 42 rows = 6"/15 cm over pointed chevron lace using size 6 (4mm) needle.

FINISHING

TAKE TIME TO CHECK GAUGE.

Block piece to measurements. Edging

NOTE

With crochet hook work 864 sc around the entire

Knit first and last st of every row for selvage sts.

perimeter of the wrap working in the bound-off sts at the top, the cast-on sts at the bottom and in the

POINTED CHEVRON PATTERN

side selvage sts along the side. Work as foll:

(over a multiple of 10 sts plus 3)

Skip the first 3 bound-off sts and work the first sc

Foundation row (WS) Purl.

in the 4th st from the top RHS corner. Work 309 sc

Row 1 (RS) K1 (selvage st), k1, *yo, ssk, k2tog, yo,

in rem 319 top bind off sts (the 319 count includes

k1; rep from *, end k1 (selvage st).

the side selvage sts). [work 1 sc in each of the foll

Row 2 and all WS rows K1, p to last st, k1.

30 sts, then skip the 31st st] 3 times, then work [1

Row 3 K3, *yo, ssk, k3, k2tog, yo, k3; rep from *

sc in each of the foll 31 sts and skip the 32nd stitch]

to end.

7 times—307 sc. Work 1 sc in the last st before 109

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Art Deco Mosaic Shawl An Art Deco pattern is the inspiration for Christina Behnke’s stunning triangular shawl. An open gauge takes advantage of the mohair halo.

KNITTED MEASUREMENTS

the color you will be knitting and also corresponds

Width at upper edge 57"/144.5cm

with the first st and last st of the row. The other

Length at center 27"/68.5cm

color will be slipped on those 2 rows. 3) When slipping sts, slip them wyib on RS rows

MATERIALS

and wyif on WS rows. Therefore, the yarn is always

• 3 .88oz/25g hanks (each approx 165yd/151m)

carried on the WS of the work.

of Artyarns Silk Halo (mohair/silk) in #312

4) For ease in knitting, pm between each repeat.

lavender (A) SHAWL

• Size 8 (5mm) circular needle, 40"/100cm long

With A, using the cable cast-on method, cast on

OR SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE

285 sts. Knit 2 rows. Beg charts

GAUGE

Row 1 (RS) Work chart 1 to rep line, work 56-st rep

20 sts and 42 rows = 4"/10cm over chart pats using

4 times, work to end of chart.

size 8 (5mm) needle.

Cont to work chart in this way through row

TAKE TIME TO CHECK GAUGE.

56—229 sts.

COLOR & TEXTURE

• 2 hanks in #H18 dark gray (B)

Work chart 2 as foll: NOTES

Row 1 (RS) Work chart 2 to rep line, work 56-st rep

1) Decreases are worked only on RS rows only, do

3 times, work to end of chart.

not work decreases on WS rows.

Cont to work chart in this way through row

2) Carry color not in use loosely up side of work.

56—173 sts.

3) Circular needle is used to accommodate large

Work chart 1 as foll:

number of sts. Do not join.

Row 1 (RS) Work chart 1 to rep line, work 56-st rep twice, work to end of chart.

READING MOSAIC CHARTS

Cont to work chart in this way through row

1) One row of the chart represents two rows of

56—117 sts.

knitting. Read the RS rows from right to left and

Work chart 2 as foll:

the WS rows from left to right. Only one color is

Row 1 (RS) Work chart 2 to rep line, work 56-st rep

worked over 2 rows, slipping the other color.

once, work to end of chart.

2) Chart is worked in garter st (knit every row).

Cont to work chart in this way through row

The letters at the RH side of the chart represent

56—61 sts.

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Plaid Fringed Wrap Ann McDonald Kelly’s oversized plaid wrap is worked lengthwise in the round with long steek stitches that are cut in the center to become the fringe.

KNITTED MEASUREMENTS

Set-up rnd K15 (for 1st half of steek), pm, p275 (for

Approx 79 x 19"/200.5 x 48cm wide (after cutting

body), pm, k15 (for 2nd half of steek). Over body

steek, excluding fringe)

sts, knit 1 rnd, purl 1 rnd, keeping steek sts in St st. Beg chart pats Rnd 1 Work chart 1 over first 15 steek sts, sm,

• 6 3½oz/100g skeins (each approx 126yd/

work 22-st rep of chart 2 twelve times, then work

115m) of Rowan Cocoon (wool/mohair) in

last 11 sts of chart, sm, work chart 1 over the last

#805 mountain (A)

15 steek sts.

• 5 skeins in #802 alpine (B)

Cont in pats as established until 22 rows of charts

• Size 10½ (6.5mm) circular needle, 40–60"/

have been worked 3 times, then work rnds 1–11

100–150cm long OR SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE

once more.

• Stitch markers

With A, over body sts work [knit 1 rnd, purl 1 rnd]

• Sharp scissors

twice, keeping steek sts in St st. Bind off knitwise.

• A length of contrasting yarn for marking steeks

Cutting steeks for fringe Note See page 149 for additional instructions and

GAUGE

photographs for cutting steeks into fringe.

14 sts and 18 rnds = 4"/10cm over chart 2 using

Weave contrast yarn to mark first and last sts of

size 10½ (6.5mm) needle.

steek as well as the center (between beg and end

TAKE TIME TO CHECK GAUGE.

of rnd). Carefully cut the fabric down the center

COLOR & TEXTURE

MATERIALS

of the steek (center marker). Beg at the bound-off NOTES

edge, unravel the bound-off sts up to the body,

1) Shawl is knit in the round with a very wide

then thread the tail through the last loop to stop

steek. The steek is later cut down the center and

it from unraveling further. Unravel the sts row

stitches are unraveled inwards to the body of the

by row, stopping where the body sts beg (outside

shawl to create the fringe.

markers). When 6 strands have been unraveled,

2) The steek stitches are always worked in

make an overhand knot and snug it up to the

St st (k every rnd).

edge of the wrap. Cont in this way along both sides of the steek, until all strands have been

WRAP

knotted (you may need to make a couple of knots

With A, cast on 305 sts. Join, taking care not to

with 7 strands).

twist sts, and pm for beg of rnd.

Note After unraveling, fringe will be very kinky.

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Zebra Wrap Animal prints are timeless, and Lisa Silverman’s stunning design is no exception. Worked in intarsia in a lightweight and ethereal silk/mohair blend yarn, it’s sized generously enough to fold and drape to your liking.

KNITTED MEASUREMENTS

SHAWL

Approx 33"/84cm square

With straight needles and A, cast on 144 sts. Begin chart Row 1 (RS)Working in St st, work 48-st rep of row 1

• 3 .88oz/25g balls (each approx 229yd/209m)

of chart 3 times.

of Plymouth Yarn Company Kid Gloss (super kid

Cont in chart pat as established until rows 1–72 of

mohair/mulberry silk) each in #30 black (A) and

chart have been worked 3 times.

#10 ecru (B)

Border

• One pair size 5 (3.75mm) needles OR SIZE TO

Change to circular needle and with A, knit 1 row

OBTAIN GAUGE

on RS. Do not turn, pm.

• One size 5 (3.75mm) circular needle,

Along left side of scarf, with A, pick up and k 144

60"/150cm long

sts evenly along side edge, pm. Along cast-on edge

• Stitch markers

of scarf, pick up and k 144 sts, pm. Along right

• Bobbins

side of scarf, pick up and k 144 sts, pm for beg of

COLOR & TEXTURE

MATERIALS

rnd—576 sts total. GAUGE

Inc rnd [K1, M1, knit to 1 st before next marker,

22 sts and 34 rows = 4"/10cm over St st using size

M1, k1, sm] 4 times—8 sts increased.

5 (3.75mm) needles.

Next rnd Purl.

TAKE TIME TO CHECK GAUGE.

Rep inc rnd every other rnd to end of border, AT SAME TIME, work stripe sequence as foll:

NOTES

[With A, knit 1 rnd, purl 1 rnd] twice.

1) Wind several bobbins of each color, one for each

[Knit 4 rnds B, knit 2 rnds A] 3 times, knit 4 rnds B.

color block across the row.

Cut B.

2) When changing colors, twist yarns on WS to

With A, work 6 rnds in garter st (knit 1 rnd,

prevent holes in work. Use a separate bobbin of

purl 1 rnd).

yarn for each block of color. Do not carry colors

Bind off loosely.

across the motifs. FINISHING

Weave in ends. Block lightly to measurements. ■ 135

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Next (inc) row (RS) [K4, M1] 10 times, k4, sm, M1,

CHART11 CHART

k1, [M1, k6] 63 times, M1, k2, sm, [k4, M1] 10

16

times, k4—54 sts each side, 446 sts in center.

15

14

Change to larger needle.

13 8-row rep 11

12

Beg charts

10

Note Read before cont to knit.

9

8

Row 1 (RS) K2, work chart 1 over 16 sts, work chart

7

6

2 over 20 sts, work chart 1 over 16 sts, [work 17 sts

5

4

in double seed st, work chart 1 over 16 sts] 13 times,

3

2

work 17 sts in double seed st, sm, work chart 1 over

1 16 sts

16 sts, work chart 2 over 20 sts, work chart 1 over 16 sts, k2. Cont to work charts as established until 30-row rep (rows 5–34) of chart 2 has been worked 5 times, then work last 4 rows of chart 2, AT SAME TIME,

CHART CHART22 38

panel when shaping is complete, 250 sts between

36

markers, 358 sts total.

34

Change to smaller needle.

32

Dec row (RS) K9, [k2tog, k2] 85 times, k9—273 sts.

30

Knit 5 rows. Bind off.

6/3/2015 Orig file split into 3 files

28VK 26

FINISHING

24

Edging

22

With RS facing and smaller needle, pick up and k

20

126 sts along side edge. Knit 5 rows. Bind off. Rep

18

for rem side edge. Weave in ends. ■

16

37 35 33 31

Fall 2015 NEW #1c1 old #1c1

p on RS, k on WS

4-st LPC

make bobble 4-st RC 4-st LC

6-st RC 6-st LC

25

19 17 15 13 11

10 4-st RPC

27

21

12

k on RS, p on WS

29

23

14

Stitch Stitch Key Key

COLOR & TEXTURE

18th row 7 times—3 sts rem in each double seed

30-row rep

dec 1 st each side of each double seed st panel every

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1 20 sts

139

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