©Jennifer K. Stark 7/2010 (revised 1/2012)
*Photos on page one were taken by M.J. Butler of iMaJin iMaJes. Project modeled by ShawNee Creamer.
Make the most of that special yarn in your collection with this elegant wrap. 25
Street is long on style,but short on yarn requirements. This beautiful piece will be a welcome addition to your wardrobe.
Knitting Loom: A large gauge knitting loom with at least 36pegs. (
A round green Knifty Knitter was used for the sample
.) If preferred, a large gaugeloom with 24 pegs can be used to make 25
Street into a scarf.Yarn: Approximately 270 yards of a DK weight yarn.(
2 balls of Noro Chirimen in the #6 Orange/ Green/ Magenta color way were used in the sample
.) If a different yarn is preferred, look for one that is a comparable weight. For bestresults, choose a fiber that will block well.Notions:Tapestry Needle, Knitting toolSize:Stole/Wrap - Approx. 16
wide by 52
worked on 36 pegs
)Scarf - Approx. 6
wide by 60
worked on 24 pegs
)Gauge:Not crucial for this project.Pattern Notes: Knit this project in a singlestrand of a DK weight yarn. 25
Street isworked as a flat panel. The first stitch of eachrow is slipped to give the sides of the project apretty edge. This is done by simply taking theworking yarn behind the first peg, withoutknitting it, and moving on to the second peg.This pattern can easily be adjusted to createanything from a headband to a shawl. Just caston an even number of pegs in the width youwish to create. For this project, the yarn over iswrapped around the peg, rather than carriedacross the front of the peg. Abbreviations:
- yarn over,
knit 2 together.
Garter Section:Row 1: sl 1, k to the end of the row.Row 2: sl 1, p to the 2
to last peg. Knit thelast peg.Netted Section:sl 1, k1,
yo, k2tog. Repeat from
to the end of the row.