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contents
knitscene winter 2012

features

10 Designer Profile: Leah B. Thibault
Laura Birek

14 Yarns of Coastal New England
Selma Moss-Ward

18 Wrap & Turn Short-rows
Kyoko Nakayoshi

26 Designers Abroad:
The Knitterati Gather in Iceland
Cirilia Rose

departments
02 Editor’s Note
04 Materials
Product: Sweater Tech
Single-Ply Yarns
Mobile Knitting: Apps!

46 Glossary
96 Stylespotting
Cirilia Rose

projects
10 Designer
Willamette Coat

30 Single Life
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Leah B. Thibault

Marketa Mitts

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Chandra Shawl
Trillium Capelet

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Maryse Cowl

Kyoko Nakayoshi

Sheila Cardigan
Ashley Rao

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Crosscut Pullover
Gate Pullover

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Margaux Hufnagel

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Lale Shawl

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Corrina Ferguson

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Farmstead Cardigan

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Amy Gunderson

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Minnette Pullover

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Cassie Castillo

Flyaway Beret

Kristen TenDyke

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Amanda Bell

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Imbolc Pullover

Kristen Ashbaugh-Helmreich

Lucy Hat

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Amy Christoffers

Sideways Ripples Shawl 23

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Véronik Avery

Kristen TenDyke

Kyoko Nakayoshi

Northstar Hat

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Laura Coccarelli

22 Short-rows

Friday Slippers

Snowdrift Shrug

Erte Cardigan
Cassie Castillo

Hilary Smith Callis

Leah B. Thibault

Merging Ripples Shawl

36 Main Motif
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Gretchen Ronnevik

Leah B. Thibault

Toulouse Pullover

Camille Cardigan

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Josie Mercier

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Carina Spencer

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CO 80537-5655.com. the most ever.com. I fi nished it.asp.. anyone? And for Knitscene. It’s been a good year for this little magazine. Right: Bee Family Farm proprietor poses with his turkey. As the cables wind down into the brim. wove in the ends. email sales@interweave. email knitscene@interweave. approve. human errors do occur. so the days of 2012 wind down into their last cold. Lisa Struggles illustrations Gayle Ford. or visit interweaveretailer. Above: Amusing window display in Iceland. Harper Point Photography photostyling Katie Himmelberg hair & makeup Kira Friedman. all the changes we’ve been seeing in the world. good people. products. New yarns have been launched. (773) 525-0505 display ad team manager Diane Kocal dkocal@interweave. It’s too warm just yet for a wool hat— but I know the time is close. } Thank you to the Bee Family Centennial Farm Museum in Northern Colorado (www.com. mysterious hours. CO 80537. Periodicals postage paid Loveland. Visit the Knitscene website at knitscene. Loveland. Diane Kocal at (317) 482-0120 or email dkocal@ interweave. call (800) 272-2193. services. Postmaster: Please send address changes to: Interweave. see page 26. I hope you’ll be able to fi ll those hours with crafting. and specifically in the knitting world.. New controversies have ignited the forums— Olympics. It’s navy blue.com. I’m looking at it hang there now. services. please visit us online at knitscene. or views advertised in Knitscene. and views advertised in Knitscene. Tracey Davidson. or visit interweave. CO 80537 (970) 669-7672 knitscene. All contents of this issue of Knitscene are © 2012 by Interweave Press LLC. CO 80538 and additional mailing offices. or write to 201 E. and. ecommerce Annie Hartman Bakken Projects and information are for inspiration and personal use only. 2 INTERWEAVE PRESS LLC MAIN OFFICE 201 East Fourth Street Loveland. Reproduction in whole or in part is prohibited. Alexandra Virgiel. Peace. use your own judgment in evaluating the advertisers.com. new publications. we’ve put out five issues. However. Fourth St. And I hope this collection serves you in those endeavors. Charlotte Quiggle. Nor does Knitscene evaluate the advertisers’ claims in any way. call Marcy Bradford at (773) 525-0505 or email mbradford@interweave. Traci Bunkers copy editor Ayleen Stellhorn I just finished knitting a slouchy cabled hat. intriguing articles.com. Kit Kinseth advertising advertising manager Marcy Bradford mbradford@interweave. 201 E.beefamilyfarm. and inspiration. a new columnist—Cirilia Rose for the Stylespotting department (page 96). creative services senior designer Kit Kinseth production coordinator Dean Howes production editor Nancy Arndt photography projects Nathan Rega.com.com KS_002_003. Loveland.com For advertising information. Knitscene does not recommend. Keegan Steele. dark.. All rights reserved. For editorial inquiries. (317) 482-0120 ad traffickers Melissa Marie Brown. and I think about winter coming. We’ve made every effort to ensure the accuracy of the contents of this publication. 201 E. Kathy Depperschmidt classified advertising Stephanie Griess marketing manager.indd 2 9/13/12 10:23 AM 09132012102445 . Projects and information are for inspiration and personal use only. You should. USPS #017-249.interweave press a special issue editorial Cirilia Rose editorial director Karin Strom editor Lisa Shroyer managing editor Allison Mackin assistant editor Amy Palmer senior project editor Joni Coniglio project editor Larissa Gibson technical editors Karen Frisa. Interweave Press Knitscene® is a quarterly special issue of Interweave Knits® (ISSN 1088-3622) published by Interweave Press LLC.com) for use of their historic property for photography. or endorse any of the advertisers. You’ll fi nd beautiful designs. (970) 669-7672. I’m happy to announce. and hung it on a peg by the front door. except by permission of the publisher. Fourth St. For retail sales of magazines and Interweave books. I think about this past year and all the changes I’ve seen personally. Daniela Nii.com/corrections. New designers have emerged. Loveland. This issue serves as a nice cap to the year. If you have questions regarding a pattern in this issue. CO 80537. call (866) 949-1646. products. therefore. Fourth St.com.

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10% lambswool Worsted weight Distributed by Knitting Fever 4 Manos del Uruguay Maxima 100% merino Worsted weight Distributed by Fairmount Fibers 2 5 Schoppel Wolle Alpaka Queen 50% wool. 50% alpaca Chunky weight Distributed by Skacel 6 Schoppel Wolle Zauberball 75% superwash wool. whether they’re uniform or thick-and-thin. 25% nylon Fingering weight Distributed by Skacel 3 6 5 4 6 knitscene. pages 30–35. Here are a few perennial favorites—check out the “The Single Life” collection for more. Single-ply Yarns 1 Cascade Highland Duo 70% baby alpaca. 40% merino DK weight 1 3 Noro Silk Garden 45% silk.com KS_006.indd 6 9/13/12 5:01 PM 09132012170341 . 45% mohair. lace. bulky.>>>>>>>>>> materials We love single-ply yarns for their character. They have a funky. rustic look. 30% merino Worsted/Aran weight 2 Blue Sky Alpacas Suri Merino 60% baby Suri alpaca. highly or barely twisted. or any weight between.

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Ravelry-Compatible Apps These apps have the basic Ravelry functionalities that are important to knitters on the go. so you can look up your favorite Knitscene pattern requirements or keep up with the Inside Knitscene blog whenever. so you’re never stuck in a yarn shop wondering how many skeins you need for that project you’re dying to knit. available in the iTunes store Knit Handy (iPhone. With all of the information included. wherever. 2004) and adapts it for an easy on-the-go guide to everything sweater knitting. available in the iTunes store Ravulous (Android. including Kindle Fire) www. but many knitters love to use this program to make notes on their patterns. www. Pick the application that works for your mobile device’s operating system. You can also update the photo pages of your works-in-progress while you’re out and about.com.goodreader. www. iPod Touch) www. You can search your projects and your queue for information.interweavestore. and you’re good to go. www. available in the Google Play store and Amazon.com. iPad.500 different sweaters.net.com store Stitch (Windows 7) www. iPad. Wooly and Ravulous currently support obsessively checking your stash.us.interweavestore. you could knit more than 1.indd 8 9/13/12 5:01 PM 09132012170344 .com. Perfect for highlighting sizes or typing up modification notes. available in the iTunes store GoodReader (iPhone.com KS_008. iPod Touch) keeps you in touch with KnittingDaily. Here’s a brief (and we do mean brief) roundup of apps that are ready to go with you. iPod Touch) is not technically a knitting app.com.ravulo. more and more applications are being written for mobile devices. available in the iTunes store 8 knitscene.stitch-app. iPad. Wooly (iPhone. available from the Zune store Knitter’s Handy Sweater Patterns (iPad) takes Ann Budd’s The Knitter’s Handy Book of Sweater Patterns (Interweave.>>>>>>>>>> resources Mobile Knitting As more of us take our knitting out in public.getwooly.com.

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MS. CLEAVER KNITS IT NEW

Leah B. Thibault
by Laura Birek

Leah B. Thibault

Leah Thibault wants to have her cake and eat it, too.
“I really like the traditional Susie Homemaker kind of
things, but I also consider myself a very modern person,”
she admits. Finance by day, baking by night. The selfappointed “Ms. Cleaver” is just as likely to be building a
complex spreadsheet as she is to be spinning wool or
sewing an apron. And she wouldn’t have it any other way.

Growing up in Northern California in a family full
of home-economics teachers, crafting was literally in
Leah’s blood. She learned to sew at a very young age
and spent high school making her own clothes well
before the DIY movement was “cool” again. When
she went to Willamette College in Oregon to study
theater, she was left with little time to sew, and her
crafting pursuits fell by the wayside.
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Despite a love for crafts, Leah hadn’t tried her
hand at knitting until after college. She had moved to
Maine for a theater internship, and Leah remembers,
“There were about nine interns, and by December all
of them except for me had been knitting.” Leah had
no interest in learning, but as a gag gift her fellow
thespians got her a “learn to knit kit” from Michael’s
Crafts. “It was a teddy bear, and I knit it and thought,

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Willamette Coat
A rich full-length coat features dramatic
cables at front edge and cuffs.
Yarn Berroco Vintage Chunky
Pattern page 50

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‘oh, this is kinda fun!’ So I just kept going and now
everybody else doesn’t do it anymore!”
It didn’t take long for Leah to jump from reading
patterns to designing her own. She immediately
began experimenting with her own toy patterns,
making baby gifts for family and friends. The fi rst
sweater Leah knit was the “Anthropologie-inspired
capelet” by Julia Allen. However, Leah wanted to
use some DK-weight yarn from her stash instead of
the pattern-specified bulky. “So I just redid the math
and realized, ‘Oh, this is not that hard.’ The math
made sense to me. So that opened the door to me
to be able to say, ‘This is something that’s doable.’”
Leah shared her version of the pattern online, and it
continues to be one of her most popular designs on
Ravelry to this day.
In late 2007, Leah began documenting her crafting exploits on her blog Ms. Cleaver Chronicles,
which she’s subtitled My Midcentury Life in the 21st
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Century. It’s a nod to her dual personality, a modernday June Cleaver who has a full-time job and certainly
never bothers to wear pearls while vacuuming.
The blog has served as both a way for her West
Coast family to keep track of her Maine exploits as
well as a place to self-publish knitting patterns. In
addition to www.mscleaver.com, Leah has been
building a reputation as a knitting designer to watch
through Twist Collective, Quince & Co., and now her
fi rst featured profi le in Knitscene.
Leah’s Knitscene collection is a distillation of her
environment and sensibility. Looking for inspiration
for this collection, Leah “started thinking about being
out in the Maine woods in the winter” and tried to
think of pieces she would want to wear herself. The
cable-panel coat is a design Leah imagines one wearing when “walking through a snow-covered field of
birch trees.”
A hallmark of each piece is a special, distinctive
detail that sets Leah’s designs apart. It can be an
obvious design element, like the large cabled pattern in the coat and the neck bow on her sweater, or
a smaller touch, like the vining cables or three small
buttons on the fi ngerless gloves. The gloves were
inspired by seeing the singer and actress Marketa
Irglova in the movie Once, but not in the expected
way. “I was watching the movie,” Leah says, “and
she wears fi ngerless gloves in almost every scene,
but they’re very plain, gray gloves.” Leah wanted
to capture the essence of the character in her new
design, making her own very practical gloves while
still adding a bit of flair and color to the design.
In a way, Leah’s collection is a perfect representation of her overall aesthetic and sensibility.
Each piece is practical yet intricate, functional yet
decorative. Just like Leah’s ability to combine the
1950s with the 2010s, her designs combine form and
function seamlessly.
In typical June Cleaver fashion, however, Leah is
humble about her work. When asked about her design
theory, Leah simply responds, “I try to do things that
are wearable and fun to knit. You always make something in a vacuum and hope somebody likes it.” ❤
Laura Birek is a writer and knitter in Los Angeles, California. Find more at www.nocturnalknits.com.

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or by adding in some waist shaping. it could easily take on a more traditional ‘sweater girl’ look.02 Marketa Mitts Inspired by the film Once. Yarn MountainTop Vista. I’ve given the pullover a causal blousy shape. but still practical.” Leah says. as the rest of the sweater is a straightforward raglan.indd 13 13 9/13/12 5:02 PM 09132012170452 . distributed by Classic Elite Yarns Pattern page 52 Winter12 Knitscene KS_010_013.” Yarn Shibui Knits Baby Alpaca DK Pattern page 51 03 Toulouse Pullover “The focus is entirely on the bow here. but with some negative ease. these mitts “capture the spirit of the character (played by Marketa Irglova)—a bit romantic.

knitscene. Laura. thirteen miles off Rhode Island’s coast. accounting. The mill opened in 2010. Thankfully. and rough conditions. are already notable for their vibrant products. young and small. in fi bers and colors yielding emotional support. and the support of the hotelier on whose land the mill sits. dyeing. retail. and a wish to provide year-round employment in a tourism-dependent economy. maintenance. Two coastal New England companies. from the development of unique luxury yarns in custom colors to the creation of a fi ber destination.Waard Moss-W Seelma Moss Selma Downtown Block Island in winter. and Sven. named for one of the island’s two beacons. frozen beaches. calculating the likely sustenance delivered to soul and body by a given yarn. North Light Fibers. Sven. mill tours.indd 14 9/13/12 5:03 PM 09132012170606 . stinging sleet: winter in coastal New England. North Light Fibers and Swans Island Yarns. is the only light industry on Block. As a Rhode Islander. its establishment required twelve public hearings. precisely because they understand the sustaining magic of beautiful yarn—how it embraces the wearer and radiates transcendent color into a harsh world. and their children continued the summer tradition. shipping. and have some fun.” Sven told me. I’m always looking into the wintery future. Both companies. Even July’s shimmering heat can’t erase memories of how trying winter here can be—its doldrums. on a hillside adjacent to grazing alpacas and other beasts in a neighbor’s private menagerie. From Connecticut to Maine. The North Light Fibers mill (left) and the animals and yarns of North Light Fibers. His parents built a vacation home there in the 1960s. a venture uniting Laura’s passion for knitting. Risom by Selma Moss-Ward Chalky skies. demonstrations. a zoning change. Sven’s business background. Year-round. wife Laura. I rarely knit summery clothes. marketing. there’s the reassurance of knitting. spinning. The results so far have been stellar. I’ve a deep need for warming layers. 14 North h Light Selma Moss-Ward F ibers The story of North Light Fibers began with Sven Risom’s childhood summers on Block Island. When contemplating new projects. recently captured my heart. “We’d always dreamed of living here yearround.com KS_014_016. and their small staff do everything: fi ber processing. bleakness. an easy stroll from the ferry. FROM BLOCK ISLAND TO SWANS ISLAND Yarns of Coastal New England S. “But we really wanted to do something together. where knitters can retreat for weekend workshops in a serenely beautiful setting.” That something was a yarn mill. winter along the Atlantic means life in a grayed-out palette with hard-biting contrasts.

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blanket production. in addition to their coastal New England setting and commitment to quality. and retail space. this coupling of Yankee practicality and beautiful materials. intense and subtly shaded from small-batch processing.” she observes.com www. Swans Island Yarns possess great character for this reason. in North Fairport. Acutely sensitive to environmental impact. comfort.swansislandblankets. ❤ Selma Moss-Ward is a writer and knitter in New England. too. it should become a wardrobe favorite—something they’d want to wear every day. and weld. Find more at www. and also because the yarns themselves—organic merino.northlightfibers. cochineal. Like its headquarters. they consistently practice what is beneficial to the local community. Selma Moss-Ward Swans Island Yarns Once solely a blanket-weaving atelier on a Maine coastal island. What North Light Fibers and Swans Island Yarns share. Extensive trials are run by the company’s master dyers before each shade is approved. “If someone’s spending time and money on a project.blogspot. A customer favorite. is a 16 Selma Moss-Ward pattern for mittens with a palm-side buttonhole—so that the wearer can slip out her fi nger to use a cell phone.” It’s a solid marriage. These are unique hues. Swans Island Yarns has evolved from a smaller entity.FROM BLOCK ISLAND TO SWANS ISLAND Yarns of Coastal New England Michele Rose Orne models her cell-phone mittens. Knitting their yarns lets us support the good that flows from these conscientiously creative companies and makes us part of a winter’s tale that brings warmth.com/products/yarn-patterns knitscene.com. Her elegantly structured work is fully accessible to the average knitter. www. madder. by chief designer Michele Rose Orne. Adding knitting yarn to its line of bespoke blankets in 2009 was a logical next step for a company that had mastered the process of transforming fiber with the deeply saturated colors of natural dyes such as indigo.com KS_014_016.indd 16 9/13/12 5:04 PM 09132012170606 .knittingnewengland. Michele’s patterns reveal color variegations and match fi ber properties to garment types. “I’m trying to do simple but interesting patterns—timeless classics with modern appeal. The results evoke a pre-industrial history of color. is a reverence for place. The company sells patterns that capitalize on this duality. Swans Island Yarns is now based on the mainland coast. a merino/silk blend and an alpaca/merino blend—are lustrous and soft. an eighteenth-century farmhouse physically expanded to include dyeing. Yet if the hand-dyeing of Swans Island Yarn reclaims something wonderful about the past. and beauty to the fore. its colors seem contemporary. The Swans Island farmhouse.

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ruffles. You might try using them in sock heels. changing how the fabric grows so you can create shapes and bulges.Wrap & Turn Short-Rows by Kyoko Nakayoshi Sideways Ripples Shawl Pattern page 56 Short-rows are a fun and easy way to create differing depths of fabrics within a single knitted piece.com KS_018_020. The wraps are eventually lifted and hidden. It involves working down the row and wrapping the stitch at the turning point before working back in the opposite direction. In the shawl shown above. knitscene. 18 Wrap & Turn Wrapping and turning is a particular method for working short-rows—some consider it the default method. The wrap hides the gap that would otherwise be noticeable at the turning point. or collars. The short-row results in more rows in one area of the fabric than the other. I used short-rows to form tapered stripes and asymmetrical shapes. darts.indd 18 9/13/12 5:05 PM 09132012171156 .

indd 19 19 9/13/12 5:05 PM 09132012171204 . The stitch has a clockwise wrap 5. It’s important to remember that no wrapped stitches are worked during the wrap-and-turn stage. Turn the work around. Here you’ll hide the wrap by lifting it and working it together with the wrapped stitch so the fabric will have a smooth surface. wrap the stitch counWinter12 Knitscene KS_018_020. slip the next stitch purlwise 8. If you’re knitting garter stitch. respectively). This means when a pattern tells you to “knit to X stitches before the wrap. Knit to end.5 Photos by Kyoko Nakayoshi How to do it A wrap-and-turn short-row is worked in two stages. bring the yarn in front 9.” you don’t count the wrapped stitch. Notice the direction of the wrap: clockwise for right side wrap-and-turn and counterclockwise for wrong side wrap-and-turn (Figures 5 and q. 6 Right side wrap-and-turn 1 7 With right side facing. so when you turn for the next row. The fi rst stage involves wrapping the stitch and turning the work around so you can work back in the other direction. The methods for working shortrows on wrong and right sides are given below for stockinette stitch. Similarly a counterclockwise wrap has the working yarn placed in front of the work. the yarn is placed in front and you can work a purl stitch straight away. The second stage involves hiding the wrap on a subsequent row. slip the stitch on the right needle back to the left. bring the yarn back 4. for example. a clockwise wrap has the working yarn placed at the back of the work. The stitch has an counterclockwise wrap q. and you can work a knit stitch straight away. Facing the side you are working. Purl to end. Bring the yarn in front as if to purl 2. Wrong side wrap-and-turn 2 8 3 9 4 q With wrong side facing. knit to the position where you would like to turn 1. Turn the work around. slip the stitch on the right needle back to the left. Bring the yarn back as if to knit 7. This is because we’re assuming stockinette stitch for these examples. purl to the desired position where you would like to turn 6. slip the next stitch purlwise 3. therefore the yarn will be at the back after turning.

London.com. The greater the number of wrap-and-turns you work over a row. Cotton & Cloud YouTube Video Channel: www.w Photos by Kyoko Nakayoshi Tip For patterns with a mix of knit and purl stitches. lift the wrap at the base of this stitch. knit to the wrapped stitch w. Find more at www. With left needle.com KS_018_020.co. M. Knitter’s Handbook: A comprehensive guide to the principles and techniques of handknitting. Hiding a wrap on the wrong side With wrong side facing. Wrapping the stitch clockwise or counterclockwise will not affect the resulting appearance after the wraps are lifted and hidden. lift the wrap from the right side as follows: Insert the left needle from above into the back leg of the wrap 20 (the wrapped stitch is now on the left needle with the stitch y).youtube. Also remember that the number of wrap-and-turns determines the angle to which the fabric turns. Techknitting: www.cottonandcloud.com/ watch?v=zccgIfV4pZM y * Short-rows: method (2009). Wrap counterclockwise when the last stitch is a knit stitch on the next row. With right needle. England. ❤ Kyoko Nakayoshi is a designer and Japanese pattern translator in London.techknitting. blogspot. e r Merging Ripples Shawl Pattern page 54 t terclockwise throughout.indd 20 9/13/12 5:06 PM 09132012171220 . Hiding the wrap Hiding a wrap on the right side With right side facing. For more * Episode 1: Wrap & Turn Knitting Tutorial—Short-row Knitting Tutorial (2011). London: David & Charles 1993. then ssk the wrap and its stitch together as follows: Slip the wrapped stitch knitwise to right needle e. the steeper the slope will be. u knitscene.uk/2009/10/ short-rows-method.html * Stanley. wrap clockwise when the last stitch is a purl stitch on the next row. purl to the wrapped stitch t. knit these two stitches together through the back loops r. purl these stitches together u.

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A Small World

Photos by Cirilia Rose

THE KNITTERATI GATHER IN
by Cirilia Rose

Iceland
Designer and style maven Cirilia
Rose and indie sensation Stephen
West meet up with other knitterati
in wool-erific Iceland.
“Let’s start a commune!” It happens anytime knitters are gathered. It starts as a joke between far-flung
friends, but the conversation quickly turns to logistics.
Occasionally we’ll start looking at real estate listings,
usually something by the water. This summer, the magical commune fi nally materialized, in Iceland, thanks to
a vivacious woman named Ragga Eiriksdottir. Stephen
West, Ragga, and I hosted a small group of passionate
knitters during a tour called Body, Mind, and Lopi.
Ragga has been organizing tours to Iceland since
2010, operating out of a vibrant office on the main
shopping street in Reykjavik. She shares the office with
several local artisans, and inspiring samples abound.
While she usually teaches classes on lopapeysa, the
iconic yoked sweaters made with Icelandic wool, her own
designs veer into some unusual territory, showing the
versatility of the countries’ distinctive yarns. Tunisian
crochet, unique Japanese fi bers, and vibrant handdyed shades take her designs beyond the realm of the
folksy pullover (though there is plenty of goodness to be
mined there).
Clockwise from top left: ➀ Bound for the Blue Lagoon with
Ysolda Teague and Stephanie Dosen (Tiny Owl Knits). ➁
Ragga holding court at Hotel Marina, surrounded by wool.
➂ Gull beer logo featuring stockinette stitch. ➃ Jared Flood
takes in a fabled grocery store yarn display.

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Clockwise from top left: ➀ Adorable mini lopapeysa at
the farmer’s market. ➁ Stephen West clutches a handful
of cashmere goats at the Háafell goat farm. ➂ Gudrun
Bjarnadottir is a botany professor who also hand-dyes
Icelandic wool using materials gathered from the countryside. ➃ Even the babies wear lopapeysa in Iceland!

Stephen West

Ragga’s tours are just as eclectic and fun. Built around
the diverse interests and talents of the guest instructors, the range of subjects explored includes beer, music,
yoga, dance, and of course, yarn. My love for Lopi—traditional Icelandic wool yarn—wasn’t instantaneous, I’ll
admit. When I fi rst encountered it years ago, I found it
felt a bit like steel wool. It wasn’t until I wore it in the
windy, slightly damp Icelandic climate that I came to
understand its charms. By the end of my visit, I was
downright smitten.
Our daily excursions often included a stop at Handprjónasamband Íslands, or the Hand-Knitting Association
of Iceland. With several locations throughout Reykjavik,
these woolly emporiums simultaneously serve as tourist
destinations and a general store for knitters. Squeeze
past machine-knit angora socks and boiled wool coats
to fi nd a towering, no-nonsense display of glorious
Icelandic wool.
The most distinctive put-up is called a plate, or
plötulopi. This unspun airy yarn reveals a lot about your
personal knitting style. I learned that I violently tug yarn
from the ball while knitting at a rapid clip. The plötulopi
pulls apart like cotton candy, but it reattaches like Velcro.
No harm, no foul, and I learned to relax to accommodate
the yarn.
Inspiration was just as pervasive as wool. I felt as
though I’d fallen into my favorite fashion blogs (for more
on Icelandic style, see page 96). Artisans and makers
were around every corner, and it seemed that every other
person was wearing something woolly and fabulous.
Stephen and I couldn’t resist snapping photos of Lopiclad teenagers, babies, young mothers, everyone. Visit
Lopilove, curated by Ragga and Stephen, to get a sense of
the variety on display (www.lopilove.com).

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“Artisans and makers were around every
corner, and it seemed that every other person
was wearing something woolly and fabulous.”

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Braiding some wildflowers into model Elín’s hair.
Right: Jared, Stephen,
and our model Sigurður
reviewing shots.

We rounded out our newly acquired stashes with
equally incredible buttons and accents from farms and
tanneries. A stop at an idyllic nursery in Borgarnes meant
drinking fresh crowberry juice, petting happy sheep,
and buying singular treasures—like the tapestry needle
holder carved from gently striated reindeer antler that
I couldn’t pass up. We stocked up on strange wonders,
such as metallic foiled fish leathers at a tannery in
northern Iceland that supplies fashion houses all over
the world. We spent hours exploring their showroom and
picking out our treasures, and we were later delighted
to see the raw materials in boutiques all over Reykjavik,
adorning jewelry, bags, and home wares.
As wonderful as all this shopping was, we were there
to work. In addition to teaching with Knitting Iceland,
Stephen and I were there to photograph two knitwear
collections, both very different and very exciting. The fi rst
collection was shot in northern Iceland by the inimitable
photographer and yarn impresario Jared Flood. Stephen

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THE KNITTERATI GATHER IN ICELAND

designed a collection using Jared’s Brooklyn Tweed yarns,
taking full advantage of the extensive range of stunning
mélange colors. The collection includes a bevy of colorwork
and some of Stephen’s very fi rst garment designs.
Ragga was an invaluable asset, scouting stunning locations and models and using her connections to make sure
we had the perfect local styling items. She even provided
catering, once in the form of her grandmother’s decadent
hot chocolate recipe. Jared was happier than I’d ever seen
him, delighting in the abundant natural light and seemingly
limitless variety of the landscape. In between shooting, we
surveyed the landscape for new yarn colors and practiced
our Icelandic. There were frequent breaks for coffee and
chocolate-covered licorice, and shooting continued well into
the evening hours since the sun didn’t set until after 10 p.m.
The shoots didn’t really end until the very last hour I was
in Reykjavik. Months before we were set to go to Iceland, I
asked Stephen if he would be interested in a collaboration.
I am the creative director at Skacel Collection, and we carry
so many yarns I knew he would love. I sent him a box of yarns
and a link to a Flickr pool full of inspiration images. Soon we
were prowling the streets of Reykjavik, meeting friendly cats
and enjoying the local street food. Ysolda Teague stepped
in to help us capture the collection, and enjoy a “vacation,”
as only the yarn-obsessed can. Our exuberance for the city
grew by the hour and the collection, Westknits Vol. 5 (www
.westknits.com), will be a fantastic scrapbook for our time
there. We were planning a commune reunion before we
even left. ❤
Cirilia Rose lives in the Pacific Northwest and is the Creative
Director for Skacel Collection Inc. Follow her fiber exploits at
www.skacelfiberstudio.com and www.bricoleourknits.com.

Learn more about Ragga’s tours at
www.knittingiceland.is.

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read charts from right to left. read charts from right to left for all rounds. turn.indd 46 9/13/12 5:17 PM 09132012171949 . *Slip one purlwise.. three. Wrap yarn as if to knit. use larger needles. pass fi rst slipped stitch over second. remaining repeat(s). four) more time(s). 1 46 2 3 knitscene.com KS_046_048.knitting gauge level of difficulty Glossary be ginne r : I’v e le a r ne d the ba sic stitch e s e a sy: I’m r e a dy to m ove p a st sca r v e s interm edia te: I’m fee ling pr e tty con fid e n t advanced: I’m re a dy for a challe n g e To check gauge. Draw yarn through to complete stitch (2) and slip this new stitch to left needle as shown (3). Bring yarn to back. Work in pattern stitch until piece measures at least 4" from cast-on edge. fi ve) more times. read charts from the bottom up. 5) stitch one-row buttonhole Work to where you want the buttonhole to begin. Repeat from * for desired number of stitches. repeat from * two (three.e. reading charts Unless otherwise indicated. On right-side rows. Cast on three (four. draw up a loop. repeat from *) alternate measurements and/or instructions instructions that are to be worked as a group a specified number of times ● 2 (3. cast on thirty to forty stitches using recommended needle size. Place a ruler over swatch and count number of stitches across and number of rows down (including fractions of stitches and rows) in 4". Remove swatch from needles or bind off loosely and lay swatch on flat surface. Place last stitch back on left needle (2). decreasing gram(s) increase(s). When knitting in the round. turn. Repeat two or three times on different areas of swatch to confirm measurements. On wrong-side rows. slip fi rst stitch of left needle onto right needle and pass last cast-on stitch over it (4). *Insert right needle between first two stitches on left needle (1). read charts from left to right. use smaller needles. begin. six) stitches as follows: *Insert right needle between the first and second stitches on left needle. if you have fewer. If you have more stitches and rows than called for in instructions. four. slip one purlwise. Repeat from * for desired number of stitches. bring yarn to back (1). Repeat until gauge is correct. fi ve. repeating reverse stockinette stitch round(s) right side slip stitch(es) stockinette stitch through back loop together wrong side repeat starting point (i. increasing knit knit into front and back knitwise marker(s) millimeter(s) purl purl into front and back place marker pass slipped stitch over pass two slipped stitches over purlwise remain(s). and place it on the left needle (3). learn it • abbreviations beg BO CO dec g inc k k1f&b kwise m mm p p1f&b pm psso p2sso pwise rem rep rev St st rnd(s) RS sl st(s) St st tbl tog WS * () [] beginning. repeat from * one (two. 1 2 3 4 ● backward-loop cast-on *Loop working yarn and place on needle backward so that it doesn’t unwind. bring yarn to front. begins bind off cast on decrease(s). ● cable cast-on Begin with a slipknot and one knitted cast-on stitch if there are no established stitches. 4.

pick up and knit one stitch through the back loop of each crochet chain (1) for desired number of stitches. 1 1 2 2 3 3 ● i-cord With double-pointed needle. *Knit to last I-cord stitch (e. Cut a small circle out of the center and a small edge out of the side of each circle (1). *Without turning the needle. e o . Repeat from *. (2) Bring threaded needle through back stitch as if to knit and leave stitch on needle.3 cm) larger than desired fi nished pom-pom width. 1 2 right slant (M1R) With left needle tip. knit two together through the back loop. *draw a loop through main loop. working yarn. cast on desired number of stitches. pull on the short end (shown by arrow) to tighten the loop and close the circle. Place pom-pom between two smaller cardboard circles held together with a needle and trim the edges (3).e o n s ) k e : t .indd 47 47 9/13/12 5:17 PM 09132012171950 . pull out the crochet chain to expose the loops (2). repeat from * for I-cord. hold circles together and wrap with yarn—the more wraps. then draw another loop through this loop (2). Hold waste yarn next to slipknot and around left thumb. Cut two circles of cardboard. h d ● crochet chain (provisional) cast-on (left) LLI Glossary With waste yarn and crochet hook. ● lifted increase (right) RLI 1 Knit into the back of stitch (in the “purl bump”) in the row directly below the stitch on the needle. make a loose chain of about four stitches more than you need to cast on. if working a three-stitch I-cord. (4) Bring threaded needle through fi rst back stitch as if to purl (as illustrated). Insert left needle into back of the stitch below stitch just knitted. ● pom-pom 1 2 ● Emily Ocker’s circular beginning This technique comes from Elizabeth Zimmermann’s Knitter’s Almanac (Dover. over both yarns. M1PL and M1PR) For purl versions. the thicker the pom-pom. and beginning two stitches from end of chain. Tie a strand of yarn between the circles. slide the stitches to other end of the needle. work as above. and knit the stitches as usual. Winter12 Knitscene KS_046_048. over working yarn. Repeat Steps 3–4 until no stitches remain on needles. Repeat from * for each stitch to be cast on (3). lift strand between needles from front to back (1). With a crochet hook. transfer all stitches from right needle to left needle. *Bring needle forward under waste yarn. Work the piece as desired. bring needle through next front stitch as if to purl and leave stitch on needle. Knit lifted loop through the front (2). ● i-cord bind-off When there are live stitches or picked-up stitches: With right side facing. each 1⁄2" (1. ● make one (M1) increases left slant (M1L) and standard M1 With left needle tip. pull the yarn around the back. leave this stitch on needle.. Cut between the circles and knot the tie strand tightly (2). With needle. slip this stitch off.g. knit two). 2 (M1P. When you’re ready to work in the opposite direction. 1981). lift strand between needles from back to front (1). then bring needle to the front. purling lifted loop. cast on number of stitches directed in pattern onto left needle. Knit lifted loop through the back (2). pick out waste yarn to expose live stitches. Knit this stitch. Make a simple loop of yarn with the short end hanging down (1). and grab a second loop (2). bring needle through next back stitch as if to knit. and when you’re ready to work the live stitches. repeat from * for desired length. grab a loop of working yarn (1). After several inches have been worked. 1 2 ● kitchener stitch (1) Bring threaded needle through front stitch as if to purl and leave stitch on needle. (3) Bring threaded needle through fi rst front stitch as if to knit and slip this stitch off needle. hold working yarn over left index finger. ● provisional cast-on Place a loose slipknot on needle held in your right hand.

Insert tip of left needle into front of these two slipped stitches and use right needle to knit them together through their back loops (2). except slip the stitch purlwise with yarn in front to right needle and bring yarn to back.indd 48 9/13/12 5:17 PM 09132012172005 . *insert tapestry needle purlwise (from 1 right to left) through fi sr t two stitches (1) and pull the yarn through. (Some knitters like to slip the second stitch purlwise to make a more prominent decrease line. work the wrapped stitch together with its wrap as follows: Knit stitch: Insert right needle tip into the front of the wrap(s) from below. Northstar Hat Page 24 1 48 Lucy Hat Page 25 2 knitscene. slip two stitches knitwise one at a time onto right needle (1). depending on the number of wraps. Return the two stitches to the left needle and purl them together through their back loops (2). Hold the needles so that right sides of knitting face together. *Insert a third needle into first stitch on each of the other two needles (1) and knit them together as one stitch (2). Purl stitch: Insert the right needle tip into the back of the wrap from below and lift the wrap onto the left needle. When you come to a wrapped stitch on a subsequent row. pull the yarn through. Holding yarn in front. knit the next stitch on each needle together in the same way. and slip this stitch off the knitting needle. depending on the number of wraps. then bring needle knitwise (from left to right) through the fi rst stitch (2).com KS_046_048. When wrapping a purl stitch. return the same stitch to the left needle (2). slip the next stitch purlwise to right needle and bring the yarn to front (1). Purl the stitch and the wrap(s) together as if to p2tog or p3tog. Work the stitch and the wrap(s) together as k2tog or k3tog. and bring yarn in position for the next stitch. 1 2 3 2 ● ssk Slip two stitches individually knitwise (1). then into the knit stitch as usual. Working from right to left. Repeat from *.) 1 2 ● ssp Holding yarn in front. ● three-needle bind-off 2 ● short-rows wrapping a knit stitch Work to turning point. turn work. slip three stitches knitwise one at a time onto right needle. When the work is turned to work back in the other direction. Return the three stitches to the left needle and purl them together through their back loops—three stitches reduced to one. work as for knit stitch. Cut yarn and pull tail through last stitch. then pass the first stitch over the second (3). 1 Place stitches to be joined onto two separate needles. Repeat from * until one stitch remains on third needle. there will be one complete wrap encircling the base of the wrapped stitch.Glossary ● sewn bind-off ● sssp double decrease Cut the yarn three times the width of the knitting to be bound off and thread onto a tapestry needle.

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[k7. work 8 rows in patt. 13) skeins Gauge 15 sts and 22 rows = 4" in St st. place marker (pm). 24½)" 23 (23. 76. 11. 3. 41½. 37¾. 15¼. 8½. 23¾)" ❤ ❤ 7 (7½. 23¾. 130 yd [119 m]/100 g): • #6183 lilacs. 23. 46¼. 15 Notes 13 This coat is worked back and forth in one piece from the neck down. 10. k2. 12½. 20¾. 7¾. 84. 3. 56½)" k on RS. 16½)"  ❤ ❤ 7 (7½. 8½.indd 50 9/13/12 5:18 PM 09132012172006 . 8¾. 3. work Row 1 of Cable chart to end. Work Rows 1–12 of chart 8 times. p3tog on WS sl 2 sts onto cn. ❤ ❤ Designer Coat Collar facing: CO 72 (74. The cuffs are worked separately and then sewn to the ends of the sleeves. hold in front. 3. 12)—80 (82. 80) sts. purl to end. Yoke: Next row (WS) Work in patt to m. 10. 9. k on WS yo k2tog sssk on RS.   Rows 13–24 are repeated to the lower edge of the coat. buttoned. p26 (28. ending with a RS row. k2 from cn bind off 1 st st on needle after BO sl 2 sts onto cn. k8 (9. p2 from cn sl 1 wyf on WS sl 2 sts onto cn. 9½ )" 1¾" 29¾ (32. 32. 45¾)" Note: Measurements do not include hem or collar facing. 11). 46. T hib a ul t p a g e 11   01  Willamette Coat B e r ro c o Vi nt age C hu n k y Sizes 33 (35. 34 sts of cable panel = 5¾" wide Tools • Size 10 (6 mm): 29" circular (cir) needle and set of double-pointed needles (dpn) • Markers (m) • Stitch holders • Cable needle (cn) • Yarn needle • Eight 7⁄8 " buttons • 2 yd 1" wide grosgrain or petersham ribbon (optional) • Sewing thread (optional) 18" body 16½ (17½. 2). 13½. 32. Collar: Next row (RS) Work in St st to last 34 sts. k1f&b. 23¾. Note: Cable chart is worked while yoke. p on WS p on RS. k2 from cn ssk pattern repeat k3tog on RS. 40½ (42½. sssp on WS sl 2 sts onto cn. 5). hold in back. 3. 23¾. hold in front. 49)" bust circumference. 8¼. p2. 39½. 12. 76. 11. 88) sts. 52¼. 10% nylon. shown in size 35" Yarn Berroco Vintage Chunky (50% acrylic. 3. Work 9 rows in St st. 19¾. 9 (9. 10. 86. p1 (2. pm for raglan. Due to the weight of the body. k2. 9)"    ❤  ❤❤ L e a h B . 3.com KS_050_053. Inc row (RS) *Knit to 2 sts before m. pm for raglan. At the same time. 3. 78. 84. then 50 11 9 7 12-row repeat 5 3 1 34 sts knitscene. 2). pm for raglan. k2. p6 (5. Rows 1–12 of the Cable chart are repeated unti l approx imately the end of the waist decreases (8 repeats total). it may be helpful to work the sleeves before completing the body. read the foll section all the way through before proceeding. hold in back. body. k2 from cn Cable 23 21 19 12-row repeat 17 See glossary for terms you don’t know. and waist are shaped. 10. 41½. k1f&b] 7 times. 34). 35½. 40% wool. 9. p6 (5. 34. Turning ridge (WS) K7 (8. pm for raglan. 3. then work Rows 13–24 as needed to lower edge (see Notes). 48½. 9. 11¾ (12.

78. 58. Shape waist: Dec row (RS) *Knit to 3 sts before m. 60) held sts onto dpn. 200) sts for body (see Notes). 68) sts for right front. 224) sts. BO all sts. rep from * 3 more times. ❤  0. Divide for body and sleeves: Next row (RS) *Knit to m. 1) more time(s). 72) sts.indd 51 51 9/13/12 5:18 PM 09132012172006 . Remove m. CO 64 (64. 186. Work Rows 1 and 2 of Cuff chart. 0. 255 yd [233 m]/100 g): • #2011 artichoke. 2) time(s)—124 (132. k1. 2) time(s)—164 (172. 63. 252. ending with a RS row. 19. 72. (Note: Transition to Rows 13–24 of chart. 0. 22. work final cable using last 2 sts of rnd and first 2 sts of next rnd.Cuff 17 Designer 15 13 11 * 9 7 5 3* 1 Place 42 (43. 0) time(s). 3. Cont in patt until piece measures 23 (23. 25 (27. 49. sl m. ending with a WS row. 23¾. place next 42 (43. 294. 154. 23) times. 40) sts for left front. working WS Inc row (if necessary) as foll: work to m. 47. *purl to 2 sts before m. 208. then every 10th row 0 (0. work Rows 12–17 of chart—6 sts rem. 3. Work 1 WS row. 268. 1. 1. 320) sts: 53 (55. sl m. 170. k2tog] 8 times. ending with a WS row. k1. 0. 0. BO all sts. 184) sts rem. 0. p1. p1f&b. 8. Cuffs With dpn. p1f&b. 45. remove m. 0.  ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤  Sleeves sleeve. 0) more times. With RS facing. 22. 1. Block to measurements. Next rnd (Row 3 of chart) Work in patt to 2 sts before m. 60) sts for each sleeve. 23¾. Fold collar facing and hem along turning ridge and sew in place. rep from * 3 more times. Working back and forth in rows. then every 4th row 2 (2. Inc row (RS) *Knit to 2 sts before m. 200. 3. Sew straight edge of cuff to sleeve. ssk. 216) sts rem. k2tog. 92) sts for back. 178. rep from * once more. 146. 9. 62) sts total. 74. 0. 1 skein Gauge 30 sts and 40 rnds = 4" in St st Tools • Size 2 (2. cutting buttonholes in right placket ribbon behind knitted buttonholes. 35. Rep Inc row every 6th row 2 (2. knit to end—156 (164. Pm and join in the rnd. 55. sl m. 23¾. 62 (66. work to end—4 sts dec’d. with cuff point at top of ❤ ❤  F inishing  k1f&b. Loosely BO all sts. then every 8th row 7 (7. 168. and join in the rnd—44 (45. pm. 32. rep from * once more. k1f&b. work to end—140 (148. 64. Work in St st until piece measures 18" from underarm. k1f&b. Work Rows 4–11 of chart—28 sts rem. 42 (43. 60. k1. 0. 7) times. 23¾)" from underarm.75 mm): set of double-pointed needles (dpn) • Markers (m) Winter12 Knitscene KS_050_053. 55. Rep Inc row every row 0 (0. k1. 162.  ❤   ❤❤ 02 L e a h B . 0. 5) more times. 9. Optional: Sew ribbon to WS of each placket for reinforcement. 30. 8 st repeat  * Work as given in directions S h i b u i B a b y A l p ac a D K Size 6½" hand circumference and 10" long Yarn Shibui Baby Alpaca DK (100% baby alpaca. T hib a ul t page 12  Marketa Mitts  Weave in ends. purl to end—224 (234. Hem: Turning ridge (WS) [K2. pm for beg of rnd at center of cable. work in patt to end—4 sts inc’d. sl m. 49. sl m. 194. rep from * once more. Work 9 rows in St st. 57. sl m. 55. 51. 49. 186. 60) sts on holder for sleeve. k1f&b. then every RS row 15 (16. 0. work to end—8 sts inc’d. 86. 2. Rep Dec row every 10th row 3 (3. 184. pick up and knit 2 sts along underarm. then every 8th row 0 (0.) Work 5 rows even. work buttonhole st around ribbon buttonholes. 45. Sew buttons to left front opposite buttonholes. 45. Work 9 rows even. 72.

work in patt to end—52 sts rem. purl to end—2 sts inc’d. Work in k1. sl m. T hib a ul t page 13 7  ❤  ❤❤ 03  knit Vines  CO 54 sts. 10 (10. pm. remove m. Knit 1 rnd. purling the thumb gusset sts. Rep Inc rnd every other rnd 2 more times. Inc rnd Work as established to first thumb gusset m. 37¾. sl m. k2tog. 50)" bust circumference. Next rnd Work as established to first thumb gusset m. Knit 1 rnd. then every 4th rnd 5 times—72 sts: 20 thumb gusset sts and 52 hand sts. Work in k1. BO all sts in patt. Thumb  Right Mitt Purl 1 rnd.  See glossary for terms you don’t know. purl to 1 st before m. Knit 1 rnd. purl to end—56 sts. sl m.Thumb Transfer 20 held sts to dpn. ssk—1 st dec’d 2 2 M M M M M M 9 sts to 11 sts to 9 sts  Toulouse Pullover L e a h B . then every 4th rnd 5 times—72 sts: 20 thumb gusset sts and 52 hand sts. 14. Using photo as guide.com KS_050_053. purl to end. Work 1 rnd even. knit 1 rnd] twice. sl m. p2sso— 2 sts dec’d 2 M k1f&b sl 1 pwise wyb M M M 11 9 sl 1 st onto cn and hold in front. Work 1 rnd even. Set-up rnd P5. ❤  ❤ ❤  ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ M1 13 M purl no stitch k2tog sl 1 pwise wyb to right needle. Inc rnd K1f&b. Pm and join in the rnd. Knit 1 rnd. pm. k1. purl to end. purling the thumb gusset sts. ending with chart Rnd 2. 46. Place marker (pm) and join in the rnd. p1 rib for ½". Knit 1 rnd.  Designer • Yarn needle • Cable needle (cn) • Waste yarn • Six 3⁄8 " buttons 5 M o u nt a i nTo p Vi s t a 3 1 Sizes 33¾ (35¾. p1 rib for ½". BO all sts in patt. shown in size 35¾" Yarn MountainTop Vista (50% wool. pm. p1 rib for ¾". sl m. k1f&b. sl m. sl m. sl m. pm. work Vines chart to m. Work in k1. Rep Inc rnd every other rnd 2 more times. sl st from right needle back to left needle. Knit 1 rnd. work chart patt as established. Work even for 22 more rnds. Work in k1. 13. Set-up rnd P14. work chart patt as established. k1f&b. removing gusset m. p12. purl to end. 100 yd [91 m]/50 g): • #6075 beaver gray. 15) skeins Yarn distributed by Classic Elite Yarns Gauge 19½ sts and 25 rows = 4" in St st on larger needles Tools • Size 7 (4. Shape thumb gusset: Next rnd P5. purl to end. Cont in patt as established until Rnds 1–13 of chart have been worked 3 times. Purl 1 rnd. p1 rib for ½". Next rnd Place 20 thumb gusset sts on waste yarn. p9. Purl 1 rnd. p9. work Vines chart to m. Work even for 22 more rnds. F inishing  CO 54 sts. 41¾. Shape thumb gusset: Next rnd [K1f&b] 2 times. place 20 sts on waste yarn. purl to 1 st before m. Notes The tie collar of this pullover is worked first. Work 1 rnd even. Work in k1. 50% superfine alpaca. p1 rib for ¾". k1f&b. ending with chart Rnd 12. Knit 1 rnd. ending with chart Rnd 12. BO all sts in patt. purl to end—52 sts rem. Next rnd Purl to m. sl m. sew 3 buttons on each mitt. p1. Left Mitt Weave in ends. 52 knitscene. Cont in patt as established until Rnds 1–13 of chart have been worked 3 times. pm. Pm and join in the rnd.5 mm): 16" and 29" circular (cir) needles • Size 6 (4 mm): 29" cir needle and set of double-pointed needles (dpn) • Markers (m) • Yarn needle See glossary for terms you don’t know. sl 1 st onto cn and hold in back. Work as for right mitt. 11. pm. p12. sl st from cn back to left needle. purl to end—56 sts.indd 52 9/13/12 5:18 PM 09132012172007 . sl m. pm. ending with chart Rnd 2. sl m. [Purl 1 rnd. Work 1 rnd even. Purl 1 rnd. remove m. [k1f&b] 2 times. Next rnd Purl to m. work in patt as established to end—2 sts inc’d. Knit 1 rnd. p1 from cn—1 st dec’d ssk sl 2 as if to k2tog.

k1. Next rnd K2. sl m. 31 sts for each sleeve. 13¾. 19¾. 105. 92. 72. rep from * 3 more times. sl m. Next rnd P3. Next row P2. rep from * 3 more times. 7. and 60 (60. rep from * 3 more times. k2. *knit to 2 sts before m. p1. 63. Inc row (RS) K2. 2). k1f&b. 104. 63. p2. 10. k2. rep from * 3 more times. Rep from * 7 more times. k2 (including st rem on right needle after BO). purl to last 3 sts. p1. p1. Next rnd [P8. 402) sts: 80 (85. 81) sts for each sleeve. *knit to 2 sts before m. rep from * 3 more times. *purl to 2 sts before m. Do not turn at end of last row. p1. 10. 244) body sts rem. 41¾. sl m. and 36 sts for each sleeve. k1.indd 53 53 9/13/12 5:18 PM 09132012172007 . 8½. 110. 100. pm. p1. 112. k1. k1. 8¼. 78. ¾. 65. knit to last 3 sts. 1. 9½)". 20)" 8½" 1¼ (1. 96. rep from * 3 more times. and 70 sts for back. Inc row (RS) K2. 38.  ❤ 18 (18½. Rep last rnd 7½ (7¾. p1. sl m. p2 (2. k1. p3—218 sts: 74 sts each for front and back. k29 (32. 83) sts. 120) sts each for front and back. rep from * 3 more times. k1f&b. CO 2 sts. place marker (pm). 92). k1. k1f&b. k2—8 sts inc’d. k2—8 sts inc’d. 310. 90. knit to last 3 sts. 46. Size 46" only: Inc row (WS) P2. knit to end—164 (174. 112. p2—8 sts inc’d. 24 (22) sts for each sleeve. 0. Knit 1 WS row. purl to last 3 sts. *purl to 2 sts before m. k1f&b. Next rnd *Knit to 2 sts before m. 8. k1f&b. Next row P2. knit to end. p1. p1f&b. 70. 214) sts rem. p1. 37. 306. 7. Work in k1. k2—96 (98. k1f&b. *knit to 2 sts before m. p1. p1. 6. *knit to 2 sts before m. 40. 116) sts. p82 (84. 26. 1. k1. k1. 9¼. p1. 50)" Winter12 Knitscene KS_050_053. 5. and 66 sts for back. *Next row K2. 13. knit to last 3 sts. 3)—56 (56. 17)" body 33¾ (35¾. k1f&b. Work RS Inc row. Yoke: Set-up row (RS) K2. 17. k1. 8) times. k1f&b. 5. Inc row (RS) K2. *purl to 2 sts before m. Next rnd P3. 2). 35. 13¼. 33. 98) sts rem. k1. 100. k1. 320. sl m. k1f&b. Rep last 2 rows 4 more times—136 (138) sts: 11 sts for left front. then using the backward-loop method. k1f&b. 18. pm for beg of rnd—62 (62. 7) sts for each sleeve. k1. p1. and 42 (56) sts for back. k9 (7. 33 (36) sts for right front. Rep last 2 rows 4 (1) more time(s)—154 (180) sts: 14 (17) sts for left front. p1. p2. purl to last 3 sts. 14¾. 201. knit to end—8 sts inc’d. knit to last 3 sts. Pm and Body Work in St st until body measures 12 (12. k2. k2—8 sts inc’d. Pm and join in the rnd. 38 (43) sts for right front. 9) sts for left front. Purl 1 rnd. p2—8 sts inc’d. 12. k1f&b. rep from * once more. 41). pm. 32). sl m. k1. p1. k1f&b. p1. sl m. knit to last 3 sts. 28 (31. 13)" from underarm. 20) more times—280 (290. p1. k1. p1f&b. Next row (WS) K2. 15 (26) sts for each sleeve. Sizes 33¾ (35¾)" only: Next row (WS) P2. k1f&b. k2. With RS facing. p2. rep from * 3 more times. Pm and join in the rnd. k1f&b. k1f&b. 65. Next rnd K2. 6. k2—88 (90. k23 (26. rep from * 3 more times. k2. All sizes: Inc rnd *Knit to 2 sts before m. 70. p1f&b. 5. and 34 (37. 340. and 44 (47) sts for back. 90. 105. Next rnd P3. measured at center back neck (not including collar). 63. k1. 116) sts. and 35 sts for each sleeve. k1f&b. p2 (including st rem on right needle after BO). Divide for body and sleeves: *Knit to m. p3—162 (188) sts: 54 (62) sts each for front and back. and 52 (60) sts for back. p2. 8½. Next row P2. knit to last 3 sts. p1—8 sts inc’d. Size 50" only: Inc row (WS) P2. 33. 20. k1f&b. 28. 45 sts for right front. k2—8 sts inc’d. k1. p3—208 sts: 68 sts each for front and back. 105. knit to last 3 sts. *knit to 2 sts before m. and 26 (24) sts for each sleeve. knit to last 3 sts. 84. Rep last 2 rows 5 more times—200 sts: 21 sts for left front. k1. 5. p1. Inc row (RS) K2. purl to last 3 sts. sl m. 31. *knit to 2 sts before m. k1. k1f&b. Next row BO 101 (105. k1. 109. BO all sts loosely. place next 60 (60. k1f&b. 6. knit to last 3 sts. 112. k1. 78. 8¼. knit to end—8 sts inc’d. k2. 1. k1f&b. 25 (30) sts for each sleeve. k1. 34 sts for each sleeve. purl to last 3 sts. 3. p1. 7. BO all sts loosely. 184. p1. rep from * 3 more times. sl m. 16½. k1. 59. ¾. and 39 sts for each sleeve. 2. 11. 109. 14¾)" T ie Collar join in the rnd. The remainder of the pullover is worked in the round.    (measured with collar edge rolled) 1¾" once more—234 sts: 78 sts each for front and back. *knit to 2 sts before m. p2. knit to last 3 sts. purl to last 3 sts. 106) sts: 6 (6. 75) sts rem. 9. 208. k9 (7. p3—144 (146) sts: 46 (49) sts each for front and back. k1. Work in k1. p1. k101 (105. 33. k1. 72. sl m. F inishing Weave in ends and block to measurements. Pm and join in the rnd. 81) sts on holder for sleeve remove m. rep from * 3 more times. Do not turn at end of last row. 330) sts. 195. sl m. pick up and knit 1 st from underarm CO. 5. Change to smaller needle. 37¾. knit to last 2 sts. sl m. k1f&b. k1. 49 sts for right front. 81) sts from holder to 16" needle. 9¼. 42. ½)" 13¾ (13¾. k1f&b. Do not turn at end of last row. knit to last 3 sts. 14¾. *knit to 2 sts before m. Armhole measures about 7½ (7¾. k0 (0. Change to smaller dpn. rep from * 3 more times. Next row (RS) P2. p1. k1f&b. 204. pm. p1f&b. Rep last 2 rnds 16 (17. purl to last 2 sts. k1f&b. 46) sts for back. Sizes 37¾ (41¾)" only: Inc row (WS) P2. 78. purl to last 3 sts. Next rnd K2. pick up and knit 1 st. 9½ )" and then the body of the sweater is worked from the top down. 3). 33 (41) sts for right front. p1. k1. 116)—189 (195. p2. k1f&b. p1. knit to last 3 sts. 300. Next rnd P3. k1. 13. Work in St st until sleeve measures 7½" from underarm. back and forth to the end of the neck opening. 12¾ (12¾. Next rnd Knit. CO 290 (300. k1f&b. 109. sl m. Designer With larger 29" needle. 18¾. k1. 37) sts for right front. 80. Rep last 2 rows 0 (3) more times—114 (164) sts: 9 (15) sts for left front. k1f&b. 90. Rep last 2 rows 5 more times—202 sts: 21 sts for left front. 28. 376. knit to last 3 sts. p2tog] 6 (6. *knit to 2 sts before m. beg at center underarm. 70. p1. and 27 (32) sts for each sleeve. Sleeves Transfer 60 (60. k1f&b. k1f&b. 14 (12. k1. 14¾. rep from * 3 more times. Next row Purl. rep from * 3 more times. 18½. 86. k1. k1. p1f&b. 224. p2—8 sts inc’d. p1 rib for 1¾". Purl 1 RS row. p1 rib for 1". 98. sl m. Do not turn at end of last row. knit to last 3 sts. p1f&b. k1f&b. Next rnd K2. Next row (WS) BO 101 (105.

turn. Short-row 12 Knit to last 2 sts. rep from * to last 6 sts. slide sts to other end of needle. p2. purl to last 2 sts. remove m. Short-row 20 Purl to last 2 sts. Yarn Blue Sky Alpaca Melange (100% baby alpaca. Do not turn the work at color changes. then work Short-row 1 once more. Short-rows 3–19 Rep Short-rows 1 and 2 eight times. then work Short-row 1 once more. pm. knit to last 2 sts. pm. remove m. Do not turn. Do not turn (see Notes). Do not turn. Dec row (RS) K2. knit to last 2 sts. *k4. rep from * to last 3 sts. Short-row 2 (RS) K32. pm. place marker (pm). k2.com KS_054_060. knit to end. turn. remove m. p2. pm. turn. remove m. pm. pm. work as foll: Short-row Section 2 Short-row 1 (RS) Knit to m. remove m. Next row (WS) Knit to last 29 sts. With B. work as foll: Short-row Section 3 Short-row 1 (WS) Purl to m. slide sts to other end of needle. work as foll: Short-row Section 1 Short-row 1 (WS) Purl to m. work as foll: Short-Section 6 Short-row 1 (RS) Knit to m. 110 yd [100 m]/50 g): • #806 salsa (A). Do not turn. turn. pm. CO 320 sts. Next row (WS) Knit to last 22 sts. Short-rows 3–11 Rep Short-rows 1 and 2 four times. Change to larger needle. Do not turn. Short-row 20 Purl to last 2 sts. Do not turn. Short-row 2 (RS) K24. Short-rows 3–19 Rep Short-rows 1 and 2 eight times. you still need to hide the wrap by lifting it and working it together with the wrapped stitch and next stitch. Short-rows 3–11 Rep Short-rows 1 and 2 four times. k2. pm. k2tog. k6—224 sts rem. k2tog. then work Short-row 1 once more. remove m. With A. k2tog. k2—160 sts rem. knit to last 2 sts. purl to last 2 sts. k4. pm. Next row (WS) Knit to last 32 sts. k2. Next row (WS) Purl to end. Work wraps together with wrapped stitches when you come to them. purl to end. Next row (WS) Purl to end. 3 skeins Gauge 22 sts and 30 rows = 4" in St st on larger needle Tools • Size 4 (3. slide sts to other end of needle. Short-row 2 (WS) P22. Short-rows 3–19 Rep Short-rows 1 and 2 eight times. Do not turn. turn. slide sts to other end of needle. *k3. Next row (RS) Purl to last 24 sts. Next row (RS) Purl to last 32 sts. 3 skeins •#813 pomegranate (B). then work Short-row 1 once more. k2. Notes This shawlette is worked from the bottom up and is shaped w ith decreases and short-rows. pm. slide sts to other end of needle. Short-row 2 (WS) P24. slide sts to other end of needle. wrap next st. slide sts to other end of needle. Next row (RS) Purl to last 27 sts. wrap next st. turn. p2. Do not turn. Short-row 2 (WS) P27. p2. Knit 5 rows. With B. p2. Slide all stitches to the other end of the needle 54  Merging Ripples Shawl With smaller needle and A. work as foll: Short-row Section 7 Short-row 1 (WS) Purl to m. With B. remove m. Short-row 2 (WS) P32. remove m. Short-row 20 Knit to last 2 sts. knitscene. slide sts to other end of needle. k2tog. then work Short-row 1 once more. k2. k3—192 sts rem. Next row (WS) Purl to end (see Notes). k6—272 sts rem.   ❤ ❤ Shawlette ❤ ❤    ❤  ❤❤ Kyo ko N a k a yo s hi   04 page 2 2 B l u e S k y A l p ac a s M e l a n g e Size 43" wide and 20" tall. With B. rep from * to last 6 sts. wrap next st. *k4. pm. slide sts to other end of needle. wrap next st. wrap next st. Short-rows 3–19 Rep Short-rows 1 and 2 eight times. pm. k2tog. When you encounter a wrapped stitch when you k2tog. k2tog. Short-rows 3–11 Rep Short-rows 1 and 2 four times. slide sts to other end of needle. knit to end. pm. k2. pm. With A. work as foll: Short-row Section 5 Short-row 1 (WS) Purl to m. Short-row 2 (RS) K29. knit to end. k2. p2. Do not join. knit to end. Do not break A. Next row (WS) Purl to end. Short-rows 3–11 Rep Short-rows 1 and 2 four times. remove m. Short-row 2 (RS) K22. work as foll: Short-row Section 8 Short-row 1 (RS) Knit to m. Short-row 12 Knit to last 2 sts. With B. Next row (WS) Knit to last 24 sts. pm. turn. wrap next st. Short-row 12 Purl to last 2 sts. With A.5 mm): 40" circular (cir) needle • Size 3 (3. purl to end. work as foll: Short-row Section 4 Short-row 1 (RS) Knit to m. With A. remove m. pm. p2. Do not break B. essentially working a k3tog. Short-row 2 (WS) P29. Short-row 12 Knit to last 2 sts. purl to end. purl to end. pm. wrap next st. purl to last 2 sts. pm. purl to end. k2. k2tog. ending with a RS row.indd 54 9/13/12 5:18 PM 09132012172038 . Next row (RS) Purl to last 29 sts. p2. wrap next st. Dec row (RS) K2. p2. Next row (RS) Purl to last 22 sts. k2. p2. work as foll: Short-row Section 10 Short-row 1 (RS) Knit to m. *k5. Dec row (RS) K2. then work Short-row 1 once more. With A. k2tog.  ❤ ❤ Short-Rows and work the next row with the same side of the work facing as for the previous row. k5. then work Short-row 1 once more.25 mm): 40" cir needle • Markers (m) • Yarn needle See glossary for terms you don't know. turn. turn. wrap next st. knit to last 2 sts. Dec row (RS) K2. Next row (WS) Purl to end. Do not turn. purl to last 2 sts. knit to end. turn. rep from * to last 2 sts. Short-rows 3–11 Rep Short-rows 1 and 2 four times. knit to last 2 sts. Short-row 20 Knit to last 2 sts. then work Short-row 1 once more. Do not turn. Short-row 2 (RS) K27. work as foll: Short-row Section 9 Short-row 1 (WS) Purl to m. purl to last 2 sts. wrap next st. then work Short-row 1 once more. Short-row 12 Purl to last 2 sts. Next row (WS) Knit to last 27 sts.

Short-row 2 (WS) P13. Dec row (RS) *K2tog. Next row (RS) Knit. rep from * to last st. slide sts to other end of needle. pm. wrap next st. then work Short-row 1 once more. then work Short-row 1 once more. turn. pm. remove m. knit to last 2 sts. Do not turn. Do not turn. Next row (WS) Knit. k2tog. pm. Next row (RS) Purl to last 18 sts. Rep last 2 rows once more—4 sts rem. turn. With B. k2tog. purl to end. With A. Next row (WS) K2. Short-row 12 Knit to last 2 sts. wrap next st. work as foll: Short-row Section 14 Short-row 1 (RS) Knit to m. knit to last 2 sts. Short-row 4 Purl to last 2 sts. Next row (WS) Purl to end. knit to end. turn. Do not turn. k2. remove m. Break yarn and draw tail through rem sts. p2. work as foll: Short-row Section 13 Short-row 1 (WS) Purl to m. Next row (RS) Purl to last 13 sts. With A. p2. Do not turn. knit to last 2 sts. With A. k2. Short-row 2 (RS) K18. purl to end. Short-row 2 (RS) K10. Dec row (RS) *K2tog. turn. k2—128 sts rem. Short-rows 3–11 Rep Short-rows 1 and 2 four times. p2. k2.com). Short-rows 3–11 Rep Short-rows 1 and 2 four times. Do not turn. slide sts to other end of needle. Short-row 12 Purl to last 2 sts. work as foll: Short-row Section 17 Short-row 1 (WS) Purl to m. work as foll: Short-row Section 16 Short-row 1 (RS) Knit to m. turn. rep from * to end— 16 sts rem. With B. p2. wrap next st. purl to last 2 sts. p2. Next row (WS) Knit to last 18 sts. k2tog. then work Short-row 1 once more. remove m.cottonandcloud. With A. Short-rows 3–11 Rep Short-rows 1 and 2 four times. then work Short-row 1 once more. Short-row 12 Knit to last 2 sts. work as foll: Short-row Section 12 Short-row 1 (RS) Knit to m. k2. knit to end. turn. work as foll: Short-row Section 11 Short-row 1 (WS) Purl to m. k2. remove m. pm. work as foll: Short-row Section 15 Short-row 1 (WS) Purl to m. 55 9/13/12 5:19 PM 09132012172039 . Short-row 12 Purl to last 2 sts. purl to last 2 sts. *k3. With B. Short-row 2 (WS) P9. Short-rows 3–11 Rep Short-rows 1 and 2 four times. k2. pm. remove m. ❤ Kyoko Nakayoshi is a London-based Japanese knitting pattern designer and the person behind Cotton & Cloud (www. Block to measurements. ssk. *k2. then work Short-row 1 once more. k1—64 sts rem. turn. slide sts to other end of needle. pm. Short-row 2 (RS) K13. work as foll: Short-row Section 18 Short-row 1 (RS) Knit to m. wrap next st. knit to last 2 sts. Next row (WS) Purl to end. pm. F inishing Weave in ends. pm. pm. purl to last 2 sts. rep from * to last 2 sts. rep from * to end—8 sts rem. purl to last 2 sts.Short-rows 3–11 Rep Short-rows 1 and 2 four times. wrap next st. *k1. k2. k2tog. remove m. ssk. slide sts to other end of needle. remove m. Winter12 Knitscene KS_054_060. pm. pm. Next row (WS) Knit to last 13 sts. rep from * to end— 32 sts rem. then work Short-row 1 once more. Short-row 2 (WS) P10. pm. k1—96 sts rem. ssk. turn. pm. Next row (RS) Purl to last 10 sts. Dec row (RS) K1. k2. Dec row (RS) *K2tog. slide sts to other end of needle.indd 55 Short-Rows Short-rows 3–11 Rep Short-rows 1 and 2 four times. Do not turn. With B. knit to end. purl to last 2 sts. Short-row 2 (RS) K9. purl to end. Dec row (RS) K1. wrap next st. slide sts to other end of needle. Short-row 2 (WS) P18. Short-row 12 Knit to last 2 sts. p2. Short-row 12 Purl to last 2 sts. purl to end. slide sts to other end of needle. then work Short-row 1 once more. pm. Next row (WS) Purl to end. Short-rows 3–11 Rep Short-rows 1 and 2 four times. Next row (WS) Purl to end. rep from * to last 3 sts. k2. wrap next st. Next row (RS) Purl to last 9 sts. k2. remove m. Short-row 3 Rep Short-row 1. pm. p2. Next row (WS) Knit to last 10 sts. slide sts to other end of needle. wrap next st. Pull tight to gather sts and fasten off on WS. Next row (WS) Knit to last 9 sts. Dec row (RS) K1. Short-row 12 Purl to last 2 sts. p2. Short-row 4 Knit to last 2 sts. pm. knit to end. Do not turn. Do not turn. Short-row 3 Rep Short-row 1.

Short-row 14 Purl to last 2 sts. knit to end—272 sts rem. Join B and work as foll: Short-row Section 11 Short-row 1 (RS) Knit to m. [k4. k2tog] 8 times. wrap next st. knit to end. wrap next st. Break B. wrap next st. knit to end—128 sts rem. Next row (RS) Knit to end. 110 yd [100 m]/50 g): • #807 Dijon (A). Break A. [k3. k2tog] 12 times. Short-row 2 (WS) P26. k2. [k2. k2. Short-rows 3–21 Rep Short-rows 1 and 2 nine times. remove m. essentially working a k3tog. knit to end. Next row (WS) Knit to last 22 sts. Short-row 2 (WS) P24. Next row (WS) Knit to last 20 sts. turn. [k2. knit to end. k2tog] 12 times. purl to last 2 sts. pm. pm. Break A. knit to end—160 sts rem. Join A and work as foll: Short-row Section 4 Short-rows 1–22 Work as for Section 3. turn. Dec row (RS) K2.5 mm): 40" circular (cir) needle • Size 3 (3. knit to end. k2. pm. pm. [k5. Dec row (RS) K2. When you encounter a wrapped stitch when you k2tog. pm. Next row (RS) Knit to end. k2tog] 8 times. Next row (WS) Knit to last 26 sts. k2. then work Short-row 1 once more. [k2. k2. wrap next st. k2tog] 8 times. [k1. k2tog] 12 times. [k3. k2. pm. pm. [k3. Next row (WS) Knit to last 24 sts. Join B and work as foll: Short-row Section 3 Short-row 1 (RS) Knit to m. Break B. turn. k2tog] 12 times. CO 320 sts. 3 skeins Gauge 22 sts and 30 rows = 4" in St st on larger needle Tools • Size 4 (3. k2tog] 8 times. 3 skeins • #803 licorice (B). k2tog] 8 times. pm. [k3. knit to end—224 sts rem. Break B. Join A and work as foll: Short-row Section 6 Short-rows 1–14 Work as for Section 5. turn. Next row (RS) Knit to end (see Notes). [k4. Short-row 14 Purl to last 2 sts. Join B and work as foll: Short-row Section 9 Short-row 1 (RS) Knit to m. k2tog] 8 times. remove m. Work wraps together with wrapped stitches when you come to them. Next row (WS) Knit to last 28 sts. Dec row (RS) K2. k2tog] 8 times. Dec row (RS) K2. Next row (WS) Knit to last 20 sts. k2tog] 8 times. ❤ ❤   ❤ ❤    ❤  ❤❤ Kyo ko N a k a yo s hi page 2 3 05   Sideways Ripples Shawl B l u e S k y A l p ac a s M e l a n g e Size 45" wide and 21½" tall Yarn Blue Sky Alpacas Melange (100% baby alpaca. Join B and work as foll: Short-row Section 7 Short-row 1 (RS) Knit to m. Next row (RS) Knit to end. pm. Next row (RS) Knit to end. turn. Break A. Next row (WS) Knit to last 28 sts. Short-row 2 (WS) P20. remove m. Join B and work as foll: Short-row Section 1 Short-row 1 (RS) Knit to m. k2tog] 8 times. Break A. knit to end.25 mm): 40" cir needle • Markers (m) • Yarn needle See glossary for terms you don't know. knit to end. Short-row 2 (WS) P22. Notes This shawlette is worked from the bottom up a nd is shaped w ith decreases a nd short-rows. Short-row 22 Purl to last 2 sts. pm. [k2. Join A and work as foll: Short-row Section 2 Short-rows 1–22 Work as for Section 1. pm. k2. pm. Knit 5 rows. Next row (WS) Knit to last 16 sts. k2. Change to larger needle. Next row (WS) Knit to last 26 sts. pm. Short-rows 3–13 Rep Short-rows 1 and 2 five times. Short-rows 3–13 Rep Short-rows 1 and 2 five times. purl to last 2 sts. place marker (pm). k2tog] 12 times. Short-row 2 (WS) P28.com KS_054_060. k2tog] 12 times. then work Short-row 1 once more. [k4. ending with a RS row. Join B and work as foll: Short-row Section 5 Short-row 1 (RS) Knit to m. you still need to hide the wrap by lifting it and working it together with the wrapped stitch and next stitch. k2tog] 8 times. [k4. [k6. purl to last 2 sts. Next row (WS) Knit to last 22 sts. knit to end. k2. Break A. Short-rows 3–13 Rep Short-rows 1 and 2 five times. turn. k2tog] 12 times. pm. Shawlette With smaller needle and A. Short-rows 3–21 Rep Short-rows 1 and 2 nine times. purl to last 2 sts. Break B. [k3. [k4. remove m. Join A and work as foll: Short-row Section 8 Short-rows 1–14 Work as for Section 7. remove m. Dec row (RS) K2. remove m. [k5. knit to end—192 sts rem. k2tog] 12 times. then work Short-row 1 once more. k2. pm. k2tog] 8 times. purl to last 2 sts. wrap next st. k2tog] 8 times. [k1. then work Short-row 1 once more. Do 56  Short-Rows  ❤ ❤ not join.indd 56 9/13/12 5:19 PM 09132012172039 . Short-row 14 Purl to last 2 sts. Join A and work as foll: Short-row Section 10 Short-rows 1–14 Work as for Section 9. Break A. knit to end. Short-row 22 Purl to last 2 sts. then work Short-row 1 once more. wrap next st. [k5. knitscene. knit to end. Next row (WS) Knit to last 24 sts. Break B. knit to end. knit to end.

and return the stitch to the left needle. Next row (RS) Knit to end. 130 yd [120 m]/100 g): • #021 woods print. wrap next st. Next row (WS) Knit to last 8 sts. wrap next st. p1] 2 times. pm. k2tog] 24 times. k2. Short-row 2 (WS) P8. to easily turn corners. Dec row (RS) K2. Short-rows 3–5 Rep Short-rows 1 and 2 once more. [k2. Dec row (RS) K2. Next row K2. Slipping in this manner prevents an elongated wrap from occurring when the first stitch of the following row is slipped. Join A and work as foll: Short-row Section 12 Short-rows 1–14 Work as for Section 11. Rep Short-rows 1–10 one (two. purl to last 2 sts. Short-row 14 Purl to last 2 sts. [k3. slip the next stitch.S. Shape base with short-rows as foll: Short-row 1 (RS) Sl 1 pwise wyb. Next row (WS) Knit to last 12 sts. Pull tight to gather sts and fasten off. Next row K2. k2. [k2tog] 12 times. 36) sts. p1. purl to last 2 sts. ❤ Slip-Stitch Pattern: (even number of sts) Row 1 (WS) Sl 1 pwise with yarn in front (wyf). turn. [k2tog] 6 times. and return the stitch to the left needle. Short-row 7 *Sl 1 pwise wyf. knit to end. pm. knit to end. Short-row 14 Purl to last 2 sts. Short-row 3 *Sl 1 pwise wyf. bring yarn to the back of the work. Next row (WS) Knit to last 16 sts. rep from * to end. [sl 1 pwise wyb. k2. Right Slipper ❤ ❤    ❤  ❤❤ K r i s t e n Te n D y ke page 24 06   Friday Slippers Ta h k i Ya r n s M o nt a n a P r i nt Sizes 8½ (9. bring yarn to the front of the work. knit to end. k2—7 sts rem. Next row (WS) K2. rep from * to last 2 sts. [k2tog] 4 times. Short-rows 3–13 Rep Short-rows 1 and 2 five times. pm. p1. 14 sts and 25 rows = 4" in St st on smaller needles Tools • Size 13 (9 mm): straight needles  Short-row 2 (WS) P16. k2tog] 8 times. Short-row 5 [Sl 1 pwise wyf. Next row (WS) Knit to last 8 sts. pm. pm. purl to last 2 sts. knit to end—32 sts rem. k1. wrap next st. CO 32 (34. Dec row (RS) K2. rep from * to last 2 sts. two) more Winter12 Knitscene KS_054_060. shoe sizes 5–7 (7–9. Break A. Break B. [sl 1 pwise wyf. wrap next st (see Notes). *sl 1 pwise wyf. knit to end. p1] 7 (8. k1. p1. knit to end—64 sts rem. remove m. rep from * to end. Short-row 2 (WS) P12. Short-row 4 Sl 1 pwise wyf. knit to end—48 sts rem. *sl 1 pwise wyb. 9–11). k1. Rep Rows 1 and 2 for patt. Join B and work as foll: Short-row Section 15 Short-row 1 (RS) Knit to m. Dec row (RS) K2. [k1. purl to last 2 sts. [k2tog] 16 times. k1. p1. Dec row (RS) K2. Break B. turn. then work Short-row 1 once more. turn. Short-row 8 Sl 1 pwise wyf. turn. pm. Short-Rows • Size 9 (5. you may need to use circular and doublepointed needles at the same time. Short-row 2 (WS) P12. k2tog] 8 times. then work Short-row 1 once more. p1] 5 (6. remove m. k1] 4 (5. pm.indd 57 57 9/13/12 5:19 PM 09132012172039 . F inishing Stitches Weave in ends. wrap next st. pm. wrap next st. slip the next stitch. Row 2 Sl 1 pwise wyb. 9½)" foot length. turn. k1] 3 times. pm. Break A. Next row (WS) Knit to last 12 sts. Notes   ❤ ❤  ❤ ❤  When wrapping and turning for base shortrows on right-side rows. Next row (WS) Knit to last 12 sts. [k2tog] 16 times. k2tog] 8 times.com). 1 (2. k2. [k2tog] 8 times.cottonandcloud. Dec row (RS) K2. bring yarn to the back of the work. Short-row 10 *Sl 1 pwise wyb. Short-rows 3–13 Rep Short-rows 1 and 2 five times. knit to end. Short-row 9 Sl 1 pwise wyf. Break B. Next row (RS) Knit to end. Next row (RS) Knit to end. k2. [k2tog] 3 times. Kyoko Nakayoshi is a London-based Japanese knitting pattern designer and the person behind Cotton & Cloud (www. turn. pm. then work Short-row 1 once more. 2) hanks Yarn distributed by Tahki-Stacy Charles Inc. k2. k2. Break B. p1. Next row (WS) Sl 1 pwise wyf. Short-row 6 Purl to last 2 sts. turn. p1. bring yarn to the front of the work. rep from * to end. k2. knit to end—10 sts rem. Join B and work as foll: Short-row Section 17 Short-row 1 (RS) Knit to m. Break A.5 mm): double-pointed needles (dpn) and 16" circular (cir) needle • Markers (m) • Yarn needle • Two 1" buttons See glossary for terms you don’t know. Knit 2 rows. to fit woman’s U. then work Short-row 1 once more. 8) times. rep from * to end. wrap next st. k1. rep from * to end. knit to end—20 sts rem. purl to last 2 sts. Block piece to measurements. wrap next st. pm. Next row (WS) Knit to last 12 sts. purl to last 2 sts.rem. Short-row 14 Purl to last 2 sts. 6) times. knit to end. turn. Gauge 15 sts and 23 rows = 4" in slip st patt on larger needles. Join A and work as foll: Short-row Section 14 Short-rows 1–14 Work as for Section 13. Short-rows 3–13 Rep Short-rows 1 and 2 five times. turn. On wrong-side rows. knit to end. k2. knit to end—96 sts rem. purl to last 2 sts. wrap next st. rep from * to end. remove m. Join B and work as foll: Short-row Section 13 Short-row 1 (RS) Knit to m. Join A and work as foll: Short-row Section 18 Short-rows 1–6 Work as for Section 17. k2. [k2tog] 8 times. turn. Dec row (RS) K2. k1. p1. *sl 1 pwise with yarn in back (wyb). Dec row (RS) K2. [sl 1 pwise wyb. knit to end—14 sts Base: With larger needles. shown in size 9" Yarn Tahki Yarns Montana Print (100% pure wool. k2. Break yarn and draw tail through rem sts. 5) times. Shor t-row 2 (WS) [Sl  1 pwise w yb. [k1. p1. wrap next st. Join A and work as foll: Short-row Section 16 Short-rows 1–14 Work as for Section 15. When picking up stitches around the edge of the base. Short-row 6 *Sl 1 pwise wyb.

knit to next m. turn—37 (40. p2tog. sl 1 pwise wyf from cir needle. remove m. Short-row 12 P1. With RS facing. 33) sts along CO edge. p2tog. p2tog. k3 working wrap tog with wrapped st. Buttonhole row (RS) Sl 1 pwise wyb. 29 (31. k1. then with RS facing. Short-row 16 P3. pm of a different color for beg of rnd—66 (73. ssk. Short-row 17 K3. yo. p2 working wrap tog with wrapped st. Cont working all sts on cir needle. 41) sts rem. around BO edge and other side. purl to next m. knit to next m. 7) more times—53 (58. turn. join yarn. ssk. ssk working wraps tog with wrapped sts. p2. k2. 42) sts rem. remove m. wrap next st. Short-row 18 P4. turn. Short-row 13 K1. Buttonhole row (RS) K2. wrap next st. Short-row 11 Sl 1 pwise wyb. dec sts from cir needle as foll: Short-row 1 (RS) With dpn. 45) sts rem. 76) sts rem. p4. p4. turn—36 (39. Raise back of slipper with short-rows as foll: Short-row 7 (RS) Sl 1 pwise wyb. 33) sts along BO edge. sl m.com knitscene. F inishing Sew on buttons. rep from * along edge of button band. 46) sts rem. Trim: With WS facing and dpn. BO all sts kwise.Short-Rows Short-row 20 (WS) Sl 1 pwise wyf. slide sts to right end of dpn. wrap next st. Shape toe with short-rows: Cont working with dpn at toe edge. sl 2 pwise wyf. turn. Weave in ends. p2tog. 3) sts along heel edge. Trim: With RS facing and dpn. sl m. Rep last 2 short-rows 5 (6. k2tog. Rep last 2 short-rows 3 (5. sl m. k4 working wrap tog with wrapped st. 43) sts rem. p2. Short-row 13 Sl 1 pwise wyb. place marker (pm) for toe. sl m. k1.indd 58 9/13/12 5:19 PM 09132012172040 . Shape buckle with short-rows as foll: Short-row 10 (WS) Purl to 2 sts before next m. sl m. Short-row 18 Sl 1 pwise wyf. turn—1 st dec’d. wrap next st. sl m. Short-row 5 (RS) With dpn. 60) sts rem. k1. BO all sts. purl to next m. turn—36 (39. turn. turn. p2tog—1 st dec’d. wrap next st. Break yarn. Short-row 3 With dpn. turn—1 st dec’d. turn—38 (41. Break yarn. ssk—1 st dec’d. knit to next m. wrap next st. turn—1 st dec’d. Block. p2tog. sl m. sl m. k2. Rep last 2 short-rows 3 (5. Short-row 12 Sl 1 pwise wyf. k2. join yarn. p1 working wrap tog with wrapped st. turn (do not wrap)—39 (42. p2. Short-row 2 (WS) With dpn. sl m. sl 2 pwise wyb. Rep last row until all sts have been joined and 3 sts rem on right needle. ssk. Next row (RS) Sl 3 sts to left needle. 41) sts rem. ssk. sl 1 pwise wyb from cir needle. 8) rnds. turn—40 (43. Short-row 4 (WS) With dpn. ssk. with cir needle. Short-row 8 (WS) Purl to 2 sts before m. wrap next st. ssk. 6) more times—41 (44. turn (do not wrap). purl to next m. knit to m (end of dpn). turn. turn. *pick up and purl 1 st. knit to sts on dpn. 5) more times (the last p2tog is worked by removing the m and purling the first and last sts of the rnd tog)—32 (33. turn—38 (41. turn (do not wrap)—39 (42. wrap next st. sl m. *pick up and knit 1 st. p4. p3 working wrap tog with wrapped st. sl 2 pwise wyf. sl 1 pwise wyb from cir needle. 2 (3. turn. turn—1 st dec’d. Short-row 6 (WS) With dpn. rep from * along edge of buttonband. k2tog. Knit 7 (7. Short-row 17 Sl 1 pwise wyb. Body: Sl rem st from base onto smaller dpn. turn—65 (72. ssk—1 st dec’d. sl 1 pwise wyb. with dpn. 42) sts rem. sl 1 pwise wyb. sl m. Short-row 14 Sl 1 pwise wyf. yo. p2tog. p2tog.com KS_054_060. ❤ Kristen TenDyke lives in Maine and blogs at www. turn. turn. 44) sts rem. knit to m. without turning. turn. sl m. ssk. ssk. Next row (WS) P5. with cir needle. turn. pick up and knit 29 (31. Do not fasten off. knit to last 2 sts. turn (do not wrap). Short-row 19 K4. wrap next st. 43) sts rem. Next row: Sl 3 sts to left needle. Break yarn. k2 working wrap tog with wrapped st. Short-row 16 Sl 1 pwise wyf. BO all sts. 35) sts rem.kristentendyke. sl m. Rep last 2 short-rows 5 (6. k1. p2tog. sl 2 pwise wyb. sl 2 pwise wyf. wrap next st. Left Slipper times. 77) sts. 58 sl m. around BO edge and other side. 35) sts rem. BO 5 sts. sl 1 pwise wyb. Work as for right slipper through Shortrow 9 of slipper body. Rep last row until all sts have been joined and 3 sts rem on right needle. Short-row 14 P2. sl m. 7) sts along selvedge edge (toe end) of base. With WS facing. Break yarn. 5) more times—32 (33. p2tog—1 st dec’d. BO all sts. sl 1 pwise wyb from cir needle. turn. k1. Short-row 10 (WS) Purl to 3 sts before m. Short-row 15 Sl 1 pwise wyb. turn—37 (40. turn. Shape buckle with short-rows as foll: Short-row 11 (RS) Knit to last 2 sts. turn—1 st dec’d. Next row Sl 1 pwise wyf. p2tog working wrap tog with wrapped st. 44) sts rem. Short-row 15 K2. turn—1 st dec’d. sl 1 pwise wyf from cir needle. rotate work 90º clockwise and pick up and knit 5 (7. k1. Short-row 9 (RS) Knit to 3 sts before m. slide sts to right end of needle.

wrap next st. Short-row 1 Sl 1. M a l a b r ig o Tw i s t Sizes 12 (14. 16) Knit to end. Short-row 15 (17. Short-rows 17–22 (19–26. CO 6 sts. Hat With larger needles and using the provisional method. 32) sts. 5) more times—29 (31. Short-row 24 (28. CO 28 (30. Short-row 13 (15. draw tail through slipped sts on top of hat. Short-rows 5–10 (5–12. shown in size 16" Yarn Malabrigo Twist (100% baby merino wool. 22)" head circumference. k2tog. k1—29 (31. Short-row 12 (14. 31) Knit to end. Short-row 4 Knit to 2 sts before previously wrapped st. using three-needle BO.H e lmr e i c h page 24 07   Northstar Hat   ❤ ❤ Regular Short-row Segment: Short-row 1 (WS) Sl 1 (see Notes). turn—33 (36. wrap next st. 16)" circumference and 7 (7½. ❤ ❤     ❤  ❤❤ Kristen A s hb a u g h . Remove waste yarn from provisional CO and place live sts on spare needle. Slip stitches purlwise with yarn in back. knitting wraps tog with wrapped sts. knitting wraps tog with wrapped sts—28 (30. 16) (RS) Knit to end. Short-row 4 Knit to 2 sts before previous wrapped st. k1f&b. Short-row 16 (18. turn. 15) Rep Short-row 3—34 (37. wrap next st. Short-row 12 (14. Short-row 14 (16. Short-rows 5–10 (5–12. knitting wraps tog with wrapped sts. Short-row 11 (13. k2tog. cinch closed. The crown is shaped using short-rows. Notes This hat is worked back and forth. wrap next st. knit to 2 sts before previously wrapped st. and the earflaps are shaped with increases and decreases. 150 yd [136 m]/100 g): #173 stonechat. 1–16) of Regular Short-row Segment 2 times. to fit size 18 (20. k2tog. 32) (RS) K1. Short-row 11 (13. 17) Sl 1. knit to end. leaving an 8" tail. k4. k1—7 sts. turn.indd 59 59 9/13/12 5:19 PM 09132012172041 . 8)" tall (not including earflaps). wrap next st. 2) skeins Gauge 16 sts and 32 rows = 4" in garter st on larger needles. Tools • Size 8 (5 mm) needles • Size 7 (4. Short-row 2 (RS) Knit to last 2 sts. then work Short-rows 1–24 (1–28. turn. knit to last 2 sts. Short-row 3 Knit to last 2 sts. Winter12 Knitscene KS_054_060. knit to end. Work Short-rows 1–12 (1–14. Short-Rows  ❤ ❤ F lower With smaller needles. knit to last 2 sts. 33) sts. k1—1 st inc’d. wrap next st. 39) sts after last row. 39) sts rem. 5–14) Rep last 2 shortrows 3 (4. turn. Short-row 3 Knit to end. 5–14) Rep last 2 shortrows 3 (4. Short-row 23 (27. With CO tail yarn threaded on yarn needle. 18) K1. 33) sts rem after last row. 1–32) of Earflap Segment once.5 mm) needles • Size H/8 (5 mm) crochet hook • Yarn needle • One ¾" button • Waste yarn See glossary for terms you don’t know. Earflap Short-row Segment: Short-row 1 (WS) Sl 1. 1 (1. and secure tail on WS. work 12 (14. 5) more times. 5) times—33 (36. 20) K1. k1f&b. turn—1 st dec’d. 15) Rep Short-row 3. 21–30) Rep last 2 short-rows 3 (4. 40) sts. 19) Knit to end. Short-row 2 Knit to last 2 sts. 32) sts rem. 16) rows of Regular Short-row Segment once more. Join sts. knit to end. yo.

Braid the strands until about 2" rem. Rep Short-rows 1–8 seven more times. k1. CC). 1 skein • tart (red. Shor t-rows 4 –7 Rep la st 2 shor t-rows 2 times—10 sts. Sew button in center of flower. Short-row 8 BO 4 sts. shown in size 20" Yarn Madelinetosh Tosh Vintage (100% superwash merino. k2tog. Band: Knit 1 rnd. Make a pom-pom with desired fullness and attach to top of hat. Dec rnd [Knit to 2 sts before m. rep from * to end. turn. Knit 1 rnd. k18 (20). wrap next st.indd 60 9/13/12 5:19 PM 09132012172056 . then secure end with an overhand knot. knitting wraps tog with wrapped sts—6 sts rem. k2tog] 5 times—5 sts dec’d. 200 yd [182 m]/115 g): 60  Lucy Hat This hat is worked seamlessly from the bottom up using short-rows to create an asymmetrical folded brim that is sewn into place during finishing. Work 11 rnds in woven st patt (see Stitches). Hold 6 strands tog and fold in half. then run tail through slipped sts at center. F inishing Weave in ends and block. wrap next st. wrap next st. leaving a 10" tail. it is not necessary to work your wraps together with the wrapped stitches. Purl 4 rnds. ❤ Kristen Ashbaugh-Helmreich lives and knits in Nevada. Use tail to sew CO and BO edges of flower tog. knit to end. Place marker (pm) and join in the rnd. Rnd 2 *K1. Rep Rnds 1–4 for patt. turn. pull fold through tip of earflap.Short-Rows Short-row 2 K5. When working the short-rows in garter stitch. Rep for other earflap. picking up wrap around first st and working it tog with wrapped st. pull tight to cinch and secure to WS. Break CC. each about 36" long. rep from * to end. Short-row 1 (RS) K35 (39). wrap next st. ❤ Hat Brim: With cir needle and MC. Rnd 4 *Sl 1 pwise wyf. The wraps essentially disappear into the garter stitch when left alone. Purl 1 rnd. using photo as guide. Short-row 3 Knit to 2 sts past previously wrapped st (see Notes). Break yarn and thread the tail through rem sts to secure. yo.carinaspencer. change to CC. Attach to hat. MC). sl 1 pwise wyf. Break MC. Break yarn. turn. Cut 12 strands of yarn. Purl 1 rnd. Short-row 2 K10. Notes ❤ ❤    ❤  ❤❤ C ar in a S p e n c e r page 2 5   08 M a de l i ne t o s h To s h Vi nt a g e Size 20 (22)" circumference. F inishing Weave in ends.com knitscene. Next row (RS) Knit to end. Next rnd K18 (20). Short-row 3 K4.   ❤ ❤ • hickory (tan. Rep last short-row 23 (27) more times. turn. k1—8 sts. 1 skein Gauge 20 sts and 28 rnds = 4" in St st   ❤ ❤ Tools • Size 6 (4 mm): 16" circular (cir) needle and set of double-pointed needles (dpn) • Markers (m) • Yarn needle See glossary for terms you don’t know. Beg working short-rows as foll: Visit Carina Spencer at www. BO all sts. Stitches Woven Stitch: (even number of sts) Rnds 1 and 3 Knit. Shape crown: Note: Change to dpn when necessary. [pm.com KS_054_060. Trim ends to match length. Rep Dec rnd every rnd 16 (18) more times—10 sts rem. Work in St st until piece measures 5 (5¼)" from CO (take measurement on an area with no short-rows). then pull ends of strands through the fold to secure. Turn brim up on outside of hat and sew it into place invisibly by using a length of MC yarn and working from inside of hat. Using a crochet hook. change to MC. k2tog] 4 times—95 (105) sts rem. CO 100 (110) sts.

These needles offer strength and stability with just the right amount of grip. Winter12 Knitscene KS_061. Available in interchangeable and straight options. every stitch is beautifully displayed on a sun-kissed finish.With golden layers of laminated birch.indd 61 61 9/13/12 10:10 AM 09132012101104 .

3¼. 43½. work Row 1 of lace patt over 13 sts—80 sts: 15 sts for each front. k2. 21¾. 36. sl m. *knit to m. 74. knit to end—4 sts inc’d.  ❤ ❤  Single Life ❤ ❤    ❤  ❤❤ Gr e t c h e n R o n n e v ik page 3 0  09  Camille Cardigan   ❤ ❤ P l y m o ut h Ya r n H ac i e n d o Sizes 30½ (36. M1L. Shape shoulder: Row 1 (RS) K1 (1. M1LP. 36¼. Collar and front bands are worked using short-rows. pm. 5¾. work to end—4 sts inc’d. Row 4 Rep Row 2—88 sts: 17 sts for each front. 78. Row 2 Work to m. sl m. 12¾. k2. sl m. 6 (6. then work Row 2 once more—74 (76. 7¼. Size 37½" only: Row 1 (RS) Work Row 1 of lace patt (see Stitches) over 13 sts. M1R. knit to m. M1L. 3. k2. 18¾. work to end—90 sts: 16 sts for each front. 44 sts for back. k2. Rows 2 and 4 Purl. 11¾. sl m. 109 yd [100 m]/100 g): • #115 blue. sl m. place marker (pm) for end of front. knit to m. 25¼ (30. M1R. Size 36" only: Row 1 (RS) Work Row 1 of lace patt (see Stitches) over 13 sts. 2 sts for each sleeve. sl m. 42. knit to m. ssk. sl m. Row 3 Work to m. 8. sl m. rep from * once more. sl m. 4 sts for each sleeve. M1R. k16. pm. M1R. pm for end of sleeve. 4¾ (5. sl m. sl m. k1. M1R. 2. sl m. rep from * once 5¼ (6. 6¾. p2. k14. yo. sl m. *knit to m. shown in size 36" Yarn Plymouth Yarn Haciendo (100% extrafine merino wool. rep from * once more.5 mm): 40" circular (cir) needle and set of double-pointed needles (dpn) • Markers (m) • Stitch holders • Waste yarn for provisional CO • Five 1¼" buttons • Yarn needle method. M1RP. k2. M1R. 48 sts for back. 36) sts. CO 22 (24. k17. sl m. *purl to m. Shape sleeve: Row 1 (RS) Work to 2nd m. k2. M1RP. purl to end—4 sts inc’d. pm for end of back. sl m. M1RP. ssk. 8. 2 sts for each sleeve. 28. M1R. 22.1 9. 26). 3. M1R. sl m. 24. work to end—4 sts inc’d. Rep last 2 rows once more—96 sts: 14 sts for each front. pm. 10¾. 8. k2tog. sl m. M1L. 3. 46 sts for back. M1L. 34. k2tog. sl m. sl m. sl m. M1LP. rep from * once more. k2. 6¾. sl m. 4. *purl to m. k16. 42¾)" knitscene. sl m. M1L. 9¾. k2. *purl to m. Row 3 Work to m.indd 62 9/13/12 5:19 PM 09132012172057 . 14. 41)" With cir needle and using a provisional 62 (18 . 44 sts for back. 50 sts for back. pm. M1R. sl m. Row 2 (WS) *Purl to m. 20. rep from * once more. 8¾)" See glossary for terms you don’t know. knit to m. M1RP. Row 2 Work to m. k2. k2. 3). yo. M1L. M1L. k1. 11. sl m. 38. sl m. k2. *knit to m. p2. sl m. yo. k2. Row 3 Work to m. 4 sts for each sleeve. 2 sts for each sleeve. M1R. rep from * once more. 50 sts for back. sl m. k1. Rep last 2 rows 5 (5. work to end—4 sts inc’d. work to end—4 sts inc’d. sl m. 25¼)" Yoke 23¾ (28¼. 9½ )" 17 ½ body Stitches Lace Pattern: (worked over 13 sts) Row 1 (RS) K3. 7. M1L. Rep last 2 rows once more—106 sts: 16 sts for each front. 50½)" bust circumference. M1RP. Row 2 Work to m. sl m. 2 sts for each sleeve. 4 sts for each sleeve. M1L. 3¾)" 7 (7½. 9. 7¼)" Notes 10¾ (11. 46. 80) sts: 14 (14. k2. M1L.com KS_062_069. Row 2 Work to m. Rep Rows 1–4 for patt. k2. *purl to m. sl m. sl m. work to end—4 sts inc’d. sl m. sl m. k3. M1L. *purl to m. M1L. M1R. sl m. sl m. sl m. 4) more times. sl m. sl m. sl m. purl to m. 9) skeins Gauge 12 sts and 22 rows = 4" in St st Tools • Size 10½ (6. sl m. M1L. 19 ½ . 14¼)" 2½ (3. 14" 18 ½ . sl m. 12 sts for each sleeve. work Row 1 of lace patt over 13 sts—80 sts: 14 sts for each front. M1L. purl to m. M1L. M1L. M1L. work Row 1 of lace patt over 13 sts—76 sts: 14 sts for each front. 48) sts for back. M1RP. sl m. rep from * once more. 13¾. k14. Row 3 K2. M1R. Row 3 *Knit to m. 42 (44. work to end—84 sts: 16 sts for each front. 12 sts for each sleeve. 2. sl m. sl m. 29¾. k2. 11)" This sweater is worked in one piece from the top down. 8½. 2. yo. M1LP. M1R. M1LP. 2 sts for each sleeve. M1LP. M1R. sl m. M1LP. 37½. k2. 44. k1 (1. rep from * once more. 4. work to end—4 sts inc’d. 2. 4. *knit to m. rep from * once more. 30. purl to m. 13. k1. 45½.2 0) " 15¼ (18. sl m. rep from * once more. rep from * once more. sl m. work to end—94 sts: 17 sts for each front. M1R. 13. pm for end of sleeve. sl m. k16. M1L. k16. 8. 3). Shape sleeve: Row 1 (RS) Work to 2nd m. 6¼. pm. Row 2 Work to m. 9¼ (9¼. k2. 22¾. 14) sts for each front. Size 30½" only: Shape sleeve: Row 1 (RS) Work Row 1 of lace patt (see Stitches) over 13 sts. knit to m. 34¼. p2. Do not join. 31¼. 52 sts for back. pm. Row 3 Work to m. sl m. sl m. k14. M1R. M1R. 72. k2. 50 sts for back. sl m. M1R. work to end—4 sts inc’d. 3¼. 44 sts for back. k2. k16 (18. k17.

108. 108. 9½)". M1RP. sl m. p2. work 3 sts. shape collar using short-rows as foll: Short-row 1 (RS) Work 128 (134. 22). Next row (RS) Work 18 (22. Row 3 Work to m. 5. 114. 222. sl m. M1R. 36. k17 (20. work in patt to end—73 (87. 68) sts for back. 128) sts rem. k23 (29.hesowsandshesews. 41. purl to m. 125) sts. M1L. 7. M1LP. 112) sts: 19 (20. 91. Row 2 (RS) Work to m. 31. k2tog. Row 2 Work to m. p2. M1R. 58. 2. remove m. Work even until piece measures 14½ (15. 32. k18 (22. 98. 7) more times. 26. knit to m. 0) sts evenly spaced—76 (88. 5. 2) more time(s)—130 (142. 6 sts for each sleeve. ending with a RS row. 92. 68) sts for back. 33) sts rem. 34. 11. Next row (RS) Work 24 (28. k6. 4 sts for each sleeve. rep from * once more. work in patt to end—76 (90. work to end. BO 2 sts pwise. M1LP. 26. Row 2 Work to m. 22) sts for each front. sl m. k19 (19. pm. ❤ Gretchen Ronnevik can be found at www. 6. Sew buttons to left front opposite buttonholes. 20 sts for each sleeve. sl m. 25. 50½)" only: Row 1 (RS) Work Row 1 of lace patt (see Stitches) over 13 sts. 1. 122) sts: 19 (20. M1R. 20. M1L. work to end—4 sts inc’d. 56 (58. 27. *purl to m. M1RP. sl m. 5. 1. sl m. 41) sts in patt. k19 (21. 22. sl m. Next row (WS) Dec 0 (2. 7. 68) sts for back. k2tog. wrap next st. Work even until piece measures 12" from underarm. Work 2 rows even. Knit 14 (14. and join in the rnd—32 (34. 8) more times—132 (142. M1L. 22) sts for each front. 1) time—32 (33. 62. 2. 16½. 94. 2. Rep last 2 rows 1 (2. sl m. k6. 32. Work 9 rows even. sl m. 96. 5. 28. k2. 142. 16. 28. k2. 8) rnds 3 (4. M1RP. k2tog—1 st dec’d. ending with a WS row. 44) sts total. 22). k18 (20. rep from * 3 more times. [k2tog] 0 (0. M1R. *purl to m. cir needle. sl m. 0. purl to m.m. sl m. sl m. 188) sts: 14 (16. work to end—108 (112. 32. k0 (1. then pick up and knit 92 (95. 12. 66. Short-row 2 (WS) Work 50 (54. M1L. Next rnd Knit to last 0 (0. 22). 21). 22) sts for each front. turn. M1LP. 166. Next row *Work to buttonhole. 58 (60. k19 (20. CO 2 sts. sl m. ending with a WS row. Cont in rib. Rep last 2 rows 3 more times—126 sts: 17 sts for each front. M1R. p2. 30 (30. Next row (WS) Work to end. sl m. work to end—114 (118. then work Row 2 once more—98 (102. 52 sts for back. Loosely BO all sts in patt. k2. 9. 35. sl m. 38. 108. sl m. work to end of row—5 buttonholes. 7. 1. Loosely BO all sts in patt. work in patt to end—74 (88. 20) sts for each sleeve. pick up and knit 92 (95. 33. 95. 36. 31). k2. Winter12 Knitscene KS_062_069. 28. 22) sts for each front. pm. *knit to m. 0. Weave in ends. 27. k2. 112. Rep last 2 rows 8 (8. Rep last 2 rows 1 (1. 39. 36. rep from * to last 3 sts. 42. 2) more time(s). 38) sts for each sleeve. 94. 21. k0 (1. rep from * once more. rep from * once more. 30). place next 30 (30. Next row (RS) P1. sl m. 152) sts in patt. Body: Work even until piece measures 4½" from underarm. turn. ending with a WS row. 30). 22) sts for each front. k1. rep from * 4 more times.com. 230. M1L. 28. 95. knit to m. sl m. 32) sts rem. work to end—4 sts inc’d. k19 (19. 38) sts on holder for sleeve. 112. rep from * once more. sl m. 103. 26. M1R. 138. sl m. work in patt to end—71 (85.indd 63 63 9/13/12 5:19 PM 09132012172057 . Short-row 3 Work to wrapped st. BO 2 sts pwise. 32). 8 sts for each sleeve. 150. 36. sl m. p2. 27. 2. work to end—104 (108. Divide for body and sleeves: Next row (RS) Work in patt to row (WS) *P2. p2. work to end—4 sts inc’d. 34. 25. work to end—4 sts inc’d. work to end—4 sts inc’d. M1R. Rep last 15 (15. 41) sts in patt. 1) time—28 (28. *knit to m. 32. k2. Knit to last 0 (2. M1R. M1L. 26. ssk. 15½. F inishing Front bands and collar: Remove provisional CO and place 22 (24. 36. 24. 7) rnds. Rep last short-row 5 (5. work in patt to end—76 (90. sl m. 35. 5. 7. 34. 111. 128) sts. 106. 4. 128) sts: 19 (20. 28. 234) sts total. M1R. 8. 34. sl m. remove m. 16 (20. 174. Next Single Life more. sl m. Next row (RS) Work 17 (21. 2. 50) sts for back. 10. 66) sts for back. 114. working rem wrap. Sizes 43½ (45½. ending with a WS row. 32. *knit to m. M1R. Work 3 rows even. sl m. Next row (WS) K1. With RS facing. 92. 29. 8½. k19 (20. 218. rep from * to last 2 sts. k2. *p2. Work even until armhole measures 7 (7½. 22). 9. 0. 66) sts for back. sl m. 96. 58 (60. 31) sts in patt. Row 5 Work to m. k2. M1R. M1R. rep from * to last 3 sts. 36) sts onto dpn. 37. 70) sts in patt. 34. 30) sts in patt. 21). 99) sts up right front to CO sts. 1). k24 (28. 38) sleeve sts onto dpn. *k2. 25. All sizes: Row 1 (WS) Work even in patt. ending with a WS row. Block cardigan to measurements. 109. p2 rib for 3". 44 (50. pm. 30. 41). 8) sts for underarm. Work 9 rows even. 2. *knit to m. 89. M1L. k22 (24. 37. Shape waist: Next row (RS) Work 24 (29. rep from * once more. 105. 34. work to end—4 sts inc’d. M1L. ssk. 9) more times—28 (28. working wrap tog with wrapped st. Row 4 Work to m. sl m. sl m. loosely BO all sts in patt. *purl to m. rep from * once more. 62. knit to m. 19. 126) sts rem. 36. ending with a WS row. work Row 1 of lace patt over 13 sts—78 (82. 128) sts for body. Buttonhole row (RS) K2. Sleeves Place 30 (30. rep from * once more. 84) sts: 14 (15. Work 9 rows even. [k2tog] 0 (1. 43) sts rem. 60 (62. Dec rnd Knit to last 2 sts. 32. 2) sts. 34. M1L. 30. work wrap tog with wrapped st. 123) sts rem. wrap next st. k17 (20. 8. 22. sl m. k2tog. 1. 23. 99) sts along left front to lower edge— 206 (214. p1. M1L. 52. sl m. 148. 46 (48. k2. M1L. 6. *k2. 98. 118) sts: 19 (20. 1. 2. 12. 42). With WS facing. and beg at lower right front edge. 2 sts for each sleeve. 22) sts for each front. ending with a WS row. turn. Next short-row (RS) Work to end. 152) sts: 19 (20. M1L. 30. 6) sts along CO sts at underarm. 1). CO 2 (4. 22. 15) sts for each front. 2 sts for each sleeve. 2) sts. Cuff: Work in k2. 29. k2. 4. 11. Work even until rib measures 2". M1R. 7. 60. Pick up and knit 2 (4. 17)" from underarm. k20 (20. 64) sts for back. wrap next st. 17. 36) from dpn. 60 (62. 30. sl m. p2. M1R. Shape sleeve: Row 1 (RS) Work to 2nd m. M1L. Row 3 Work to 2nd m. 35.

2. k1. turn. CO 2 (2. 52)" bust circumference. place 23 (25. sl 1 pwise. work 1 st in rev St st. Next short-row (RS) *K1. working wraps tog with wrapped sts. 11¾. *p1. Stitches Seed Stitch: (odd number of sts) Row/Rnd 1 *K1. 10) more times. 54. 27. 64 7 (7½. 2¾. p1. work 1 st in rev St st (purl on RS. wrap next st. Rep last 2 short-rows 1 (2. 2. 9. 44. 5) skeins Yarn distributed by Classic Elite Yarns Gauge 8½ sts and 15 rows = 4" in Seed st Tools • Size 15 (10 mm): 32–60" circular (cir) needle and set of double-pointed needles (dpn) • Markers (m) • Stitch holders • Yarn needle See glossary for terms you don’t know. then every 4th row 3 (3. 8. 10) sts in seed st for left front. 135. 9. Shrug   Hilar y Smi t h C a lli s page 3 2   10  Snowdrift Shrug Tw i n k l e b y We n l a n C h i a B a b y C hu n k y Sizes 33 (36½. k1 (p1. 31. CO 41 (43. sl m. pm. 9. pm. 22. work 1 st in rev St st. 9. 18¼. 10. 153. 11. turn. 9. 6¼. p1). CO 1 (1. 13¾. Shape lower edge using short-rows as foll: Short-row 1 (RS) Sl 1. 45¾. work 13 (15.indd 64 9/13/12 5:19 PM 09132012172058 . Next row (WS) *P1. 41. 161. 29) sts for each front. pm. k1. 31 (35. 2. p1. 8. wrap next st (see Stitches). sl 1 pwise. 8. the bottom of the body. 13½)" 2¼ (2¼. Short-row 2 (WS) *P1. The raglan lines in the yoke are worked in reverse stockinette stitch. 170 yd [155 m]/200 g): #85 barley. 26)" 7 (7. k1. wrap next st.   Single Life To wrap a st on a RS row: Bring yarn to back between needles. p1). 4. rep from * to 2 sts before last wrapped st. wrap next st. wrap next st (see Stitches). 6¾)"  ❤  ❤❤ 6 (7. 13½)" ❤ ❤ Collar: With cir needle. turn. 2. 8½. Short-row 2 (RS) *K1. 8. 31. and the sleeve cuffs. 9. 12. Rep Row/Rnd 2 for patt. Short-rows shape the collar. turn. k1. 48. 19. rep from * to last 2 sts. p1. 4. 8½. p1). working wraps tog with wrapped sts. 53) sts. p1. Short-row 3 *K1. 9½)" 10 (10¾. 35 (39. Short-row 4 *P1. p1. work 5 sts in seed st for left sleeve. 4) more times—5 (5. 33. Working incs kwise or pwise to maintain seed st. 62) sts at center between wrapped sts. remove m. 7½. 22. pm. 15½. 2¾ . 12¼. 11) rows. 11) more times—11 (10. 97. 39. 43. 1. 4. 35) sts for each sleeve. rep from * to end. Rep last 2 short-rows 9 (8. k1. 26. rep from * to end. k1 (p1. work 7 (7. pm. wrap next st. 17. ❤ ❤ To wrap a st on a WS row: Bring yarn to front between needles. 10) sts in seed st for right front. 4. p1. The sleeves are picked up and worked in the round down from the underarms. 11. rep from * to 4 sts before last wrapped st. wrap next st. 24. remove m. 3 (3. 3. 30 (40. k1. remove m. 49½. 35) left sleeve sts on holder. pm. rep from * to 4 sts before last wrapped st. wrap next st. 2. p1. M1R. 43. 49. 27. 33. return sl st to left needle. using the backward-loop method. Shape top of collar using short-rows as foll: Short-row 1 (WS) Sl 1. 105. 3¾)" body 10½ (10½. k1. M1L] 4 times. 9. 8. 8. rep from * to last 3 sts. Next row (RS) Sl 1. turn. turn. 9. p1). bring yarn to back. k1 (p1. 24. 5. 2. 16½)"  ❤ ❤ 34¼ (37¼. 2) st(s) for underarm. 6. 10¾)" Notes 5 (5½. 45. p1. p1. 6¼. 3. 4) 16½ (18¼. 1. 8. Yoke: Set-up row (WS) Work 7 (7. Row/Rnd 2 Purl the knit sts and knit the purl sts. 28) sts at center between wrapped sts. 55) sts for back. place 23 (25. Work 3 rows even in patt. Body: Work in seed st for 9 (9. k1 (p1. 11. wrap next st. 1. p1. This sweater is worked in one piece from the top down in seed stitch. 35) right sleeve sts on holder. 47. 16½. shown in size 36½" Yarn Twinkle by Wenlan Chia Baby Chunky (100% wool. 6. k1. 23 (25. Rep last 2 short-rows 3 (3. *p1. 87. 10¼. 23. 24. turn. k1. k1. CO 2 (2. 3) sts for underarm. work in seed st to end—73 (79. 173) sts: 16 (17. 8. 33. 49) sts for back. 12½. CO 1 (1. pm. rep from * to 2 sts before last wrapped st. 2. 3) sts for underarm. pm. Work 6 (8. 3. work 5 sts in seed st for right sleeve. return sl st to left needle. rep from * to last 2 sts. work in seed st to next m. bring yarn to front. 8. 53¼)" knitscene. turn. 19¼)" 12 (12¼. p1. Short-row 4 *K1. remove m. 20¼. k1. 3. remove m. 7. 11. k1. 44. remove m. 51. 13) wrapped sts at each end. rep from * to 2 sts before last wrapped st. 11. rep from * to last st. 2) st(s) for underarm. 14½. p1. p1.com KS_062_069. 62. 25) sts for each front. Rep Inc row every RS row 5 (6. sl m. cont as foll: Inc row (RS) [Work in seed st to m. 4. pm. 3¼. 3. 17. 5½. work 1 st in rev St st. 40½. *p1. 22. ending with a WS row. 10) rows in seed st (see Stitches). rep from * to last 2 sts. p1. rep from * to 2 sts before last wrapped st. 3. turn. 49. Divide for body and sleeves: (RS) Work in seed st to m. work in seed st to end—8 sts inc’d. 20 (22. wrap next st. Do not join. 9)" 12¾ (13¾. ending with a WS row. turn. Next short-row (WS) *P1. 13. 47. 113) sts for body: 19 (20. remove m. 8. remove m. 6) wrapped sts at each end. 4) times—113 (123. 19) sts in seed st for back. 27. knit on WS). 11. p1. 4. pm. 25. 17. 2. 9. k1. Short-row 3 *P1. 31. 4 raglan sts. 27. 1. 12½.

p1. 2. sl m. 14 (16. work wrap tog with wrapped st. k1. ❤ Hilary Smith Callis lives in San Francisco. wrap next st. work wrap tog with wrapped st. work in seed st to end of rnd. k4. knit to end. k6. 141 yd [129 m]/100 g): • #19 fuchsia. *p1. then using the cable method. work Row 17 of Lace Chart A. 14. k5.   ❤ ❤   ❤ ❤ more time(s)—13 (13. 20. Shape bottom of sleeve using short-rows as foll: Short-row 1 (RS) *P1. ❤ ❤   ❤   ❤❤ L a ur a C o c c ar e lli page 3 3  11  Chandra Shawl Va l l e y Ya r n s B e r k s h i re Size 36" wide along top edge and 20" deep Yarn Valley Yarns Berkshire (85% wool. p1. Next row (WS) Sl 1. 3. sl m. wrap next st. pm. 31. k2. CO 2 sts—70 sts. k11. sl m. ending with a RS row. Next row Sl 1. and pulling last st to front of wrap to hide it. 8. sl m. k1. sl m. 35) sts rem. work Row 11 of Lace Chart A. turn. work Row 1 of Lace Chart A over 16 sts. sl m. Row 18 Purl to last 2 sts. sl m. sl m. sl m. k2. work wrap tog with wrapped st. work Row 1 of Lace Chart A. 6. k3. 15% alpaca. sl m. knit to end. 2. Short-row 2 (WS) *P1. Row 19 K2. sl m. k5. work in seed st to end. sl m. BO all sts kwise. 6) sts at center between wrapped sts. sl m. turn. k2. k3. sl m. k3. turn— 68 sts rem. p1. sl m. sl m. work Row 3 of Lace Chart B. Rep last 2 short-rows 2 (2. k5. k3. rep from * to 2 sts before last wrapped st. Row 1 (RS) K2. sl m. work wrap tog with wrapped st. sl m. 39.theyarniad . working rem wraps tog with wrapped sts. k3.indd 65 Single Life Short-row 4 *P1. working wraps tog with wrapped sts. 27. 3) sts in CO sts at underarm. Row 12 Purl to last 6 sts. k1)—27 (29. pm for beg of rnd. Row 6 Purl to last 4 sts. pm. rep from * to 2 sts before last wrapped st. CO 2 sts—66 sts. 13) more rnds. work Row 9 of Lace Chart A. 16. turn. rep from * to last 3 sts. work Row 5 of Lace Chart A. wrap next st. k5. sl m. k3. k19. sl m. turn. sl m. Row 5 K4. sl m. 35. 13. 22. Work rnd 1 in seed st. 31. sl m. 27. CO 1 st—67 sts. sl m. then rep Dec rnd—23 (25. 5 skeins Yarn distributed by WEBS Gauge 14 sts and 19 rows = 4" in St st Tools • Size 9 (5. 1. k1. Row 4 Purl to last 3 sts. turn. sl m. k5. rep from * to end. beg with p1 (k1. working wraps tog with wrapped sts. Row 11 K2tog. 15. work Row 7 of Lace Chart A. pm. Next row (RS) *K1. k5. Row 9 K8. 5. 12. sl m. sl m. k1. k27. 4 (6. k1. k7. 18) wrapped sts at each end. sl m. pm. Wrap F inishing Sew any holes at underarms. k5. sl m. wrap next st. k2tog—69 sts rem. 11. wrap next st. turn— 70 sts rem. California. turn. CO 1 st—68 sts. 2. BO all sts pwise. turn. working wraps tog with wrapped sts. Row 14 Purl to last 4 sts. Row 17 K2. CO 64 sts. Row 7 K6. pick up and knit 1 (1. work in seed st to last st. 4. k1. k5. rep from * to last 3 sts. Row 13 K2tog. Row 20 Purl to last 2 sts. working wrap tog with wrapped st when you come to it. wrap next st. work Row 13 of Lace Chart A. wrap next st. p1. 31. k5. 5. wrap next st. k6. Row 10 Purl to last 8 sts. 22. work Row 15 of Lace Chart A. Row 15 K3. sl m. Next row (WS) K11. p1. CO 1 st—68 sts. k2tog—71 sts rem. Row 8 Purl to last 6 sts. k5. Row 22 Purl to last 3 sts. k5. 65 9/13/12 5:19 PM 09132012172058 . turn. 22) sts at center between wrapped sts. 12. Row 21 K3. k3. 29. turn. CO 1 st—67 sts. Knit 7 rows. 33. 25. sl m. work Row 5 of Winter12 Knitscene KS_062_069. k4. sl m. sl m. sl m. k5. CO 2 sts—72 sts. Work in seed st for 2 rnds. 35) sleeve sts to dpn. 41) sts total. Dec rnd K2tog. sl m. 8. then 1 st in corner where underarm meets body. k2tog—66 sts rem. With WS facing. k15. 37) sts rem. knit to end. k3. work Row 3 of Lace Chart A. k3. k2tog—67 sts rem. work wrap tog with wrapped st. Short-row 3 *K1. k1. wrap next st. Work in seed st for 14 rnds.com). wrap next st. and combines her love of Classical language with her knitwear designs at The Yarniad (www. 3. k5. k5. 7) wrapped sts at each end. Pick up and knit 2 (2. Weave in ends. 4. sl m. then rep Dec rnd—21 (23. turn. k3. sl m. k3. 5) more times—4 (4. wrap next st. Row 2 Purl to last 2 sts. work wrap tog with wrapped st. 35.5 mm): 32" circular (cir) needle  Sleeves Transfer 23 (25. k5. 16) rnds. wrap next st. k2. k27. ssk—2 sts dec’d. work wrap tog with wrapped st. Row 16 Purl to last 3 sts. 3. k5. Block sweater to measurements. work Row 3 of Lace Chart A. place marker (pm). Row 23 K4. 2) st(s) in CO sts at underarm. k3. 14. Work in seed st for 12 (12. Work in seed st for 11 (12. 33. k5. k5.• Markers (m) • Yarn needle See glossary for terms you don’t know. sl m. 14. 1. k16. p1. Row 3 K3. sl m. rep from * to last 3 sts. work Row 5 of Lace Chart A. sl m. sl m. work Row 1 of Lace Chart B over 27 sts. k23. Next row (RS) Work in seed st to end.

3 skeins Yarn distributed by Tahki-Stacy Charles Inc. k5. work Row 13 of Lace Chart B. work Row 13 of Lace Chart A. work Row 9 of Lace Chart B. knit to end—64 sts rem. k2. Rep Rows 1–36 seven more times. k2tog. 18)" neck circumference. Row 31 K2tog.indd 66 9/13/12 5:19 PM 09132012172114 . sl m. k5. sl m. k5. k2tog—71 sts rem. sl m. sl m. Row 35 K2. sl m.F inishing Weave in ends and block. sl m.      ❤   ❤❤ K r i s t e n Te n D y ke page 3 4 12  Trillium Capelet   ❤ ❤ Ta h k i Ya r n s M o nt a n a Size 47 (55½. sl m. ❤ Laura Coccarelli lives and knits in Pennsylvania. k5. p on WS yo k2tog ssk sl 1. work Row 15 of Lace Chart B. 15¼ (18. k5. k3. CO 2 sts—72 sts. 1 27 sts knitscene. sl m. sl m. sl m. Row 27 K8. 61)" lower edge circumference. sl m. k6. work Row 9 of Lace Chart A. knit to end. sl m. sl m. knit to end—70  sts rem. sl m. k5. sl m. sl m. k5. Row 30 Purl to last 6 sts. k5. k5. k1. sl m. k4. Gauge 11½ sts and 17 rnds = 4" in St st Tools • Size 13 (9 mm): 32" and 16" circular (cir) needles • Cable needle (cn) Lace Chart A Lace Chart B 17 17 15 15 13 13 11 11 9 9 7 7 5 5 3 3 k on RS. work Row 11 of Lace Chart B. k5. sl m. sl m. knit to end—68 sts rem. k6. sl m. work Row 11 of Lace Chart A. work Row 7 of Lace Chart A. BO all sts. k2tog—66 sts rem. Row 25 K6. sl m. sl m. k4. Row 33 K3. work Row 7 of Lace Chart B. sl m. Row 36 Purl to last 2 sts. k5. sl m. k5. work Row 17 of Lace Chart B. sl m. k2tog—67 sts rem. Knit 7 rows.com KS_062_069. sl m. 130 yd [119 m]/100 g): • #01 natural. Row 24 Purl to last 4 sts. psso 1 16 sts 66 ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤  Single Life Lace Chart B. k5. work Row 15 of Lace Chart A. Row 32 Purl to last 4 sts. sl m. knit to end. shown in size 47" Yarn Tahki Yarns Montana (100% wool. work Row 17 of Lace Chart A. sl m. k2tog—69 sts rem. knit to end. knit to end. Next row (RS) BO 2 sts. k2. Row 28 Purl to last 8 sts. Row 34 Purl to last 3 sts. CO 2 sts—70 sts. Row 26 Purl to last 6 sts. knit to end. sl m. Row 29 K2tog. sl m. sl m.

ssk] 4 times. work Rnd 21 (5. Work in rib until collar measures 1½". k2tog. ssk. sl m. [k2. k1. k3] 4 times. [k1. p2. F inishing Weave in ends. ssk. [k1. work Rnd 18 of chart. [k2tog] 7 times. 32). [k2tog. k17 (21. turn. p2. p2. p2. 15). k1. p2. wrap next st. Capelet With longer cir needle. 172) sts rem: 40 (48. [k2tog] 4 times. k1. [k3. 4) rnds even. [ssk] 4 times. 32) sts for each shoulder. work Rnd 13 of chart. 17) of chart. pm for front. 12 sts for each shoulder. k2tog. work Rnd 6 of chart. 6 sts for each shoulder. k2] 4 times. work Rnd 1 of Cable chart over 10 sts. turn. work Rnd 18 of chart. k2. k1] 5 times. B sl 1 st onto cn. p2. 12) of chart. [k1. k1. k2. k2. 6 sts for each shoulder. ssk. ending with Rnd 17 (5. p2. ssk] 7 times. then work 3 (5. k1.See glossary for terms you don’t know. k1. k3] 4 times. p2. k2tog. k1] 5 times. k1. k19 (23. [k2tog] 5 times. [k2tog] 4 times. [k1. k2. [ssk] 4 times. k1. Work 1 rnd even. k4. ssk. k2. 10 sts for each shoulder. p2tog. ssk] 4 times. p2. k2. 52) sts rem. k2tog. k3] 5 times. wrap next st. wrap next st. [k2tog. 24) of chart. wrap next st. pm for right shoulder. 22 sts for each shoulder. 20) of chart. 1). Next rnd Knit to m. Size 47" only: Next rnd K1. Sizes 55½ (61)" only: Work Rnds 1–4 (1–12) once more. k2. [k2tog. rep from * around. ssk. ssk. k4. work Rnd 8 of chart. Block piece to measurements. k1] 9 times. p5. Cont in patt as established until piece measures 1½" from CO. k1] 4 times.   knit   purl make bobble: [K1. p2tog. k2tog. keeping end-of-rnd m—44 (52. pm for left shoulder. [k2tog. k2tog. hold in front. ssk] 5 times. k2 from cn Cable B B 23 21 B 19 17 15 13 B 11 B B 9 7 5 3 1 10 sts All sizes: Set-up rnd K19 (23. k2tog. [ssk] 7 times. k5. All sizes: Rep Short-rows 1–5. k4. Collar: *K1. [k2tog. [ssk] 3 times. 176) sts. [ssk] 4 times. wrap next st. k2] 14 (17. Short-row 1 (RS) Knit to 1 st before left-shoulder m. ssk] 4 times. [k2tog] 4 times. k2. k4. sl m. Short-row 4 Purl to 1 st before front m. [k2tog. Place marker (pm) and join in the rnd. k2tog. Next rnd K1. p2tog. Shape shoulders using short-rows as foll: Note: Work wraps tog with wrapped sts as you come to them. pm. p6. [ssk] 2 times. ssk. k26 (30. k2. turn. [k2tog. For remainder of piece. 26 (30. pm. [k1. [k2tog. Work 9 (10. Size 61" only: Next rnd K2. p2tog. 20 sts for each shoulder. [k2tog] 3 times. [k2. k1. turn. k2. turn. 20). p2. turn. k2. work Rnd 3 of chart. ssk] 3 times. p2tog. [k2tog] 4 times. ending with Rnd 12 (23. k1. ssk. [k2tog] 5 times. p5 (1. k2] 5 times. turn. [k2tog. k1—80 sts rem: 28 sts each for front and back. [k2tog. 2) of chart. p2. work Rnd 24 of chart. k1. [k2tog] 2 times. [k2tog. k1. [ssk] 7 times. p2. k2. [k2tog] 4 times. k2. [k2tog. k2tog. p3tog. 19) times. Short-row 3 Knit to rnd m. k5.kristentendyke. Size 55½" only: Next rnd K2. ending with Rnd 20 (8. hold in back. k3. k1. [k2tog] 2 times. ssk] 5 times. k2—48 sts rem: 18 sts each for front and back. 8 sts for each shoulder. yo. 10). p2. ssk] 9 times. 26). p1 (5. [p2. 19) times. 8) rnds even. 5). sl 1. knit to end. 12) rnds even. [k3. k1—92 sts rem: 34 sts each for front and back. ❤ Kristen TenDyke lives in Maine and blogs at www. Size 61" only: Next rnd K1. k2] 4 times. k8 (12. k1. [k2tog. k1. k8 (12. 21). [k2tog] 2 times. k2. p1 from cn sl 2 sts onto cn. k1. knit to end. Size 47" only: Next rnd [K2tog. 12 sts for each shoulder. k2tog. p2] 14 (17. turn. psso—returned to 1 st. k2. 26)—132 (156. Next rnd Removing m as you come to them. ending with Rnd 7 (16. [k2tog. ssk] 5 times—56 sts rem: 22 sts each for front and back. Short-row 2 (WS) P16 (18. ssk] 4 times. k1—100 sts rem: 32 sts each for front and back. [ssk] 2 times. [k2. p2. ssk] 5 times. k1] 3 times. p2tog. [k2. k1. k1. p2. p2. 54) sts each for front and back. [ssk] 2 times. [k2. pm for back. k1. turn. k2tog. yo. Size 55½" only: Next rnd K1. [k1. Size 61" only: Next rnd [K2tog. Size 47" only: Next rnd K2. p2. k1] into same st—5 sts from 1 st. ssk] 4 times—68 sts rem: 24 sts each for front and back. k2. k4. k2tog. [ssk] 4 times. k2tog. [k1. k4. [k2tog] 2 times. CO 136 (160. work p1 in place of bobble in Cable chart. All sizes: Work 2 rnds even. k1. sl m. [k1. ssk] 4 times. ssk] 4 times—56 sts rem: 20 sts each for front and back. ssk. p2. 13) of chart. All sizes: Work 4 (5. [k2tog] 7 times. k1. ssk. Shape back neck using short-rows as foll: Short-row 1 (RS) K8 (9. 18 sts for each shoulder. k2. [ssk] 5 times. k1. k2. Cont in patt as established through Rnd 20 (24. [k3. Shape yoke: Note: Change to shorter cir needle when necessary. Short-row 3 Work in patt to 1 st before rightshoulder m. k1. Short-row 2 (WS) Purl to 1 st before back m. k2] 4 times. ssk. k2—116 sts rem: 38 sts each for front and back. ssk. k2. work Rnd 13 of chart. Loosely BO all sts in patt. turn. k2—132 sts rem: 44 sts each for front and back. k2. p3tog. k26 (30. Size 55½" only: Next rnd [K2tog. p2. k1] 4 times. [k1. k2tog. 15). work Rnd 17 of chart. k2. k1] 4 times. p2. ssk] 5 times. Short-row 5 (RS) Knit to end. k1] 7 times. k3. ssk. 32). [ssk] 4 times. [k1.indd 67 Single Life • Markers (m) • Yarn needle 67 9/13/12 5:19 PM 09132012172115 . k2. k1] 5 times. k2tog. [ssk] 5 times. [ssk] 2 times. ssk] 5 times. k1] 5 times. p3. wrap next st. k1. ssk. sl m. k2. ssk] 4 times. p1.com Winter12 Knitscene KS_062_069.

p2. Work in k1. sl m.com. F inishing Weave in ends and block. 19) sts past previously wrapped st. measured along front edges. buttoned. turn. Work 0 (0. wrap next st. CO 131 (139. ending with a RS row—281 (299. Buttonhole row (RS) K2. 10)" from CO.com KS_062_069. k1. 53. 59. p2. Change to larger needle. shown in size 33¼"  Cowl With cir needle. 140 yd [128 m]/57 g): • Vincent’s gold. 7 Notes 5 knit k2tog purl ssk This sweater is worked seamlessly from the top down. k1] 2 times. Loosely BO all sts. p1. ssk. k152 (152. wrap next st. 30% mohair. 68 ❤ ❤  ❤  ❤❤   A s hl e y R a o page 35 14  Sheila Cardigan  With smaller needle. 169. 71. 19) sts past previously wrapped st. 155) sts. 19. 59). 17. p2. turn. p2. Place marker and join in the rnd. turn. 17. 11. knitscene. 145 yd [133 m]/50 g): • #LL47S buoyant blue. p36 (45. Rep last 2 short-rows 4 more times. Shape yoke using short-rows (see Notes) as foll: Short-row 1 (WS) [P2. wrap next st. sl m. 45. CO 0 (3. 9. Do not join. Piece measures about 8½ (8½. Sleeves are worked in the round on double-pointed needles. 51)" bust circumference. 54. CO 150 sts. place marker (pm). wrap next st. *work Row 1 of chart for your size to last 5 sts. Work Rnds 1–24 of Lace chart 3 times. ending with a WS row.75 mm): 32" circular (cir) needle and set of double-pointed needles (dpn) • Markers (m) • Stitch holders • Yarn needle • Twelve ½" buttons 15 13 11 9 See glossary for terms you don’t know. do not work wraps together with wrapped stitches. 79). 15) skeins Gauge 20 sts and 32 rows = 4" in rev St st. Next row (WS) Knit to last 5 sts. 139. wrap next st. yo pattern repeat Yoke 3 ❤ ❤   ❤❤ 1   ❤ A my C hr i s t o f f e r s    ❤ ❤  page 3 4 13  Maryse Cowl 10 st repeat   ❤ ❤ Green Mou nt a i n Spi n ner y Mou nt a i n Moha i r Size 46¼" circumference and 11¾" deep Yarn Green Mountain Spinnery Mountain Mohair (70% wool. Short-row 5 Knit to 17 (17. 299. p1 rib for 4 rnds. k2. 139. turn. Short-row 6 Purl to 17 (17. through Row 60 of chart. Short-row 2 P35 (35. 22 sts and 32 rows = 4" in k1. 60. 23 21 19 Tools 17 • Size 5 (3. turn. 19. Next row (WS) [P2. place next 54 (54. Work in k1. wrap next st. k1. 371) sts. working Buttonhole row every 16th row. B row n S he e p C o mp a ny L a n a l o f t S p o r t Sizes 33¼ (38¼. p1. 50. 79. 8. Cont in patt. 9½. When working short-rows. Divide for body and sleeves: Next row (RS) Removing m as you go. 3 skeins Gauge 13 sts and 27 rows = 4" in charted patt on larger needle Tools • Size 6 (4 mm): 32" circular (cir) needle • Size 8 (5 mm): 32" cir needle • Marker (m) • Yarn needle See glossary for terms you don’t know. 39). Change to smaller needle. 55). 45¾. Short-row 3 K53 (53. 12. back and forth on circular needles. ❤ Amy Christoffers lives and knits in Vermont and can be found online at www. 15) sts. 331. working a buttonhole every 16th row as established in yoke. pm after each rep. 39. using the backwardloop method. 7 (8. 8¾. 40½. k2. 70) sts on holder for left sleeve. 9.Lace  ❤ ❤    ❤ ❤ Single Life Yarn Brown Sheep Company Lanaloft Sport Weight (100% wool. p2 rib patt. p90 (90. work chart to last 5 sts. k1. k2.indd 68 9/13/12 5:19 PM 09132012172115 .savoryknitting. 12) more rows in rev St st with button plackets at each edge. yo. 152. 35. p1. k1] 2 times. 2. k2. turn. p1 rib for 4 rnds. The wraps form a decorative element in the yoke pattern. 189). Short-row 4 P71 (71.

k2—190 (211. 63. ending with a WS row before next buttonhole row. 17)" 90. pm. 6. 5)" from underarm. rep from * to last 7 sts. k2. p2. ending with a WS row after a buttonhole row. rep from * to last 8 sts. p1] 2 times. 10¾ (11½. 36¾. *k1.indd 69 69 9/13/12 5:19 PM 09132012172116 . With RS facing. BO all sts. 235. 45¾. Massachusetts. 14. 261) sts rem for body. *k1. k1. 26½. Piece measures about 14¾ (14¾. 8¾. 14½. yo. 14½. k2—172 (196. k1. 70) sts on holder for right sleeve. *k1. 10)" 14¾ (14¾. 13¼)" 1¾" 33¼ (38¼. 110). 12½. p2tog. p2. 209. k1. 60 60 58 58 56 56 54 54 52 52 50 50 48 48 46 46 44 44 42 42 40 40 38 38 36 36 34 34 32 32 30 30 28 28 26 26 3 24 24 22 22 3 3 20 20 18 18 3 3 16 16 14 14 F inishing 3 Weave in ends. 41¾. 250. k2. 51)" body 30¼ (34½. ending with a WS row after a buttonhole row. Piece measures about 6½ (6½. (p1. p1) in same st pattern repeat remove m. 26½. Using the sewn method. rep from * to end. ❤ 3 12 12 10 10 3 3 8 8 6 6 3 Ashley Rao is an architect and avid knitter. 5. 12. 44.13¼" 8½ (8½. All sizes: Cont in rib patt with button plackets at each edge for 17 more rows. 46. Using the sewn method. p1. k2—173 (197. 13¼)" from underarm. p2tog. 60. k1. p1. 9. 274) sts. Single Life 25 (26½. p2. Work 29 more rows. Bottom ribbing: Set-up row (RS) [K2. 54. [p8 (11. 15) sts and pm for beg of rnd—54 (57. BO all sts. p4 (9. rep from * to last 8 sts. Work in rev St st until piece measures 11" from underarm. p4 (8. ssk. yo. k2—259 sts rem. place next 54 (54. p1. p37 (46. k on WS 3 remove m. 10. Rep last rnd 17 more times. 100. 72. k1. rep from * to last 7 sts. p2. 5½. 48¾. k2. p2. 46)" 36¾ (41. 14. k2. yo. Size 51" only: Set-up row (RS) K2. 14) times. 29¾)" Body Work 51 (51. 5). 54. p2tog. 9. 53½)" k on RS. k2. 7. p on WS 3 p on RS. All sizes: Next rnd *K1. 15) sts. 49. ssk. Cont in rib patt with button plackets and buttonholes for 17 more rows. 56). *k1. p1] 2 times. 40½. Size 45¾" only: Set-up row (RS) [K2. 14½. 70) sleeve sts on dpn. CO 0 (3. ssk. 12. working a buttonhole row every 16th row as established and ending with a WS row before next buttonhole row. p1f&b. 60. 7. 5. pm. Sew on buttons. 16). 9½. yo. 17. p1. p1. 51. Next row (RS) K2. p1f&b] 17 (14. 13¾. k2. 13¾. 208) sts rem. 3 4 4 2 2 1 (WS) 1 (WS) 8 to 18 st repeat 8 to 20 st repeat Winter12 Knitscene KS_062_069. p1. Block cardigan to measurements. ssk. cont button placket at each edge. k1) in same st Sizes 45¾" and 51" Sizes 33¼ (38¼. She lives in Jamaica Plain. k1. 40½)" Sleeves Place 54 (54. yo. 5). (k1. Size 51" only: Next rnd P2tog. 85) sts. k1. 39) rows in rev St st. p1] 2 times. 43. Seam underarms closed. 226. purl to end—84 sts rem. yo. CO 0 (3. 40½)" only: Set-up row (RS) [K2. k1. Waistband: Sizes 33¼ (38¼.

12¼. 30½. 20. 124) sts rem for right front. pick up and knit 44 (46. 96.    Work in St st until piece measures 12¼ (13¼. pick up and knit 44 (47. 9. CO 4 sts. Work in St st for 1". 124) left front sts onto needle. 74) back sts. 114. 49½. 46) for sleeve opening. ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ Motif Upper Body Back ❤ ❤    ❤  ❤❤ C a s s i e C a s t ill o page 3 6   15  Erte Cardigan C a s c a de Ya r n s 2 2 0 He at he r s Sizes 36½ (43. 19½ )" • Size 6 (4 mm): 16". ending with a RS row. 124). fold fronts toward back at waste yarn and sew shoulder seams. remove m—76 (86. 19¼)" 11¼ (11¼. 15½)" 14¾ (16¼. 16¼. pm. 156. pm. 82) sts along right front selvedge edge to center front—189 (211. 11) skeins Gauge 19 sts and 25 rows = 4" in St st With longer cir needle and RS facing. 15¾. work Chevron chart to last st. 13. 9¾)" See glossary for terms you don’t know. 178. 70. 15¼. 70. 6¾. with main yarn. 49. 288) sts total. 14¼. work Beginning Corner chart. 17¾. 416. 42. 54½.com KS_070_088. transfer 36 (38. With RS tog. p76 (86. 4¾. BO 15 (17. 58) sts along left front selvedge edge to center front—134 (145. 21¼. 16. 167. 40. Use a smooth cotton yarn for the waste yarn. 46) for sleeve opening. 30) more times—304 (344. Tools This cardigan begins at the center back and is worked outward into a square. Left Front With RS facing. 14)" Notes 3¼ (3½. Two sides of the square are continued into the front panels. 25. 1¼)" from pick-up row. 104. 189) sts total. 96. BO all sts pwise. 61. 266. work Chevron chart to last st. 124) sts on holder. 114. 21. With RS facing. The top and bottom sides of the square are worked into upper and lower body panels. Choose a size with 8–10" positive ease. M1. Purl 4 rows. 46) waste yarn sts to left needle. 5½. Lower Body With longer cir needle and RS facing. 15¼. rep from * 3 more times—8 sts inc’d. Do not join. With dpn and using Emily Ocker’s method. 4¼)" overlap at center front. 57) sts along selvedge edge to shoulder. remove m. 19. 24". ending with a RS row. Right Front Next row (WS) With waste yarn. 104. 220 yd [201 m]/100 g): • #9489 red wine heather. BO all sts pwise. k1. 8½. work Beginning Corner chart. Work in St st until piece measures 4½ (4½. 233. knit to end. 244. p36 (38. Purl 4 rows. 114. Cut yarn. 25) sts at beg of next 2 rows for shoulders—46 (52. 96. 4. 18½. 496) sts. 8. With RS facing and beg at top corner of right front. ending with a WS row. 22¼. Rep last 2 rnds 6 (11. M1. 40. with 9¾ (8½. 114. 42. 74) sts rem for back neck. 104. place 76 (86. 1. and 32" circular (cir) needles and set of double-pointed needles (dpn) • Markers (m) • Cable needle (cn) • Worsted-weight cotton waste yarn for sleeve and stitch holders • Yarn needle 14 (15. 16¼. pm after each rep. It will be easier to slide the stitches onto the needle and to remove the waste yarn for the sleeve. Work Ending Corner chart. 52. knitscene. 76. Work Rows 1–59 of Erte chart. 1. 40. 14¼. 68. Work through end of charts. and changing to cir needle when necessary—248 sts. 7 (7. Place marker (pm) and join in the rnd. 82) sts along selvedge edge to held sts. 68. 9¼. 17. 70 20¼ (20¾. 16. 114. 124). 124) upper back sts onto needle. 104. Knit 1 rnd. 58. 44. Next row (RS) With waste yarn. 16. knit to 1 st before m. k36 (38. 33¾)" Note: Measurements include edgings.The sleeves are inserted between the back and front panels by knitting some stitches with waste yarn and later removing the waste yarn. 62. 114.indd 70 9/13/12 5:19 PM 09132012172303 . 22¾)" body 15¼ (16. 44. pm. 2½. Next rnd [K1f&b] 4 times—8 sts. place last 76 (86. 456. 55. Place sts on holder. 24¾. 21¾. 55. 5¼)" 7½ (8. 58. 9¾ (11. 67½)" bust circumference. rep from * 2 more times. 17¼)" from waste yarn. 17¼)" from waste yarn. 44. 68. 18. Next rnd [K1f&b] 8 times—16 sts. 23. with main yarn. Work through end of charts. Inc rnd *K1. 62. 27¼. pick up and knit 57 (63. 16¾. 42. 14. 96. 104. 8¾. place 76 (86. pick up and knit 56 (62. With RS facing. Divide square: *Knit to m. Place sts on holder. 114. 124) from holder. 76. 19)" 18¼ (21½. 53. 42. 11¼. 10. 384. 40. 104. 104. 7¼. ending with a WS row. Work in St st until piece measures 12¼ (13¼. 4½. 69. 46) waste yarn sts to left needle. Work Ending Corner chart. 14¼. 14. pm. 96. k46 (52. transfer 36 (38. beg at bottom corner of left front. 49. k76 (86. k76 (86. 44. shown in size 43" Yarn Cascade Yarns 220 Heathers (100% Peruvian highland wool. 96. 96. 17½.

6) sts along selvedge edge of St st section. work Chevron chart to last st. 20½. 88.com. 112. Rep Dec rnd every 5th rnd 11 (11. ❤ Cassie Castillo is on an adventure moving around the country as a military spouse and blogs at www. 12. 124) from holder. Right Front Edging With RS facing. k2 from cn sl 2 sts onto cn. pm. 123. knit to last 3 sts. Rep Inc rnd every 6th rnd 2 (0. hold in front. Sizes 36½ (43. ending before patt section—101 (112. 104. 64) sts rem. k2. k76 (86. pick up and knit 4 sts along St st selvedge edge. 54½. and both ends of 16" cir needle held in right hand. p2. All sizes: Work Rows 1–9 of Chevron chart. 112. Purl 4 rows. Work through end of charts. k2 from cn 22 20 Beginning Corner 18 16 8 14 6 sl 2 sts onto cn. Knit 1 rnd. k2 from cn 12 Chevron 4 10 2 1 (WS) 8 8 6 6 4 4 2 2 1 (WS) 11 st repeat Winter12 Knitscene KS_070_088. p on WS 42 p on RS. 12. 6) sts along selvedge edge of St st section. k2. 96. 3. M1. hold in front. 19½. 80.azaleaandrose budfiberworks. k2. 20. Work in St st until piece measures 13½ (14. BO all sts pwise. pm. Work through end of charts. 96. 114. 114. 84. ssk. 49½)" only: Inc rnd K1. 4. BO all sts pwise. 112. remove waste yarn from sleeve opening. Weave in ends. 15. pm. knit to last st. 0) more time(s)—54 (54. M1. k76 (86. Work Ending Corner chart. 66) sts. changing to dpn when necessary—48 (52.blogspot. hold in back. work Beginning Corner chart. Work Ending Corner chart. With RS facing. beg at top of left front and skipping patt section. pick up and knit 21 (22. 13) more times. 67½)" only: Inc rnd K1. 5. 134) sts total. Sleeves With RS facing. 61. With RS facing. Purl 4 rows. 134) sts total. 66.section—101 (112.indd 71 71 9/13/12 5:20 PM 09132012172304 . Dec rnd K1. 5. 1. pm. work Chevron chart to last st. M1. Erte 58 56 54 52 50 48 46 44 k on RS. All sizes: Work even until piece measures 18½ (19. bottom edge of cardigan to the left. hold in back. k2tog. 124) from holder. 4. 21)" from underarm. 92) sts total. 16)" from underarm. 66. 58. 112. ending before patt Motif Left Front Edging F inishing Sew corner seams using a ½-st seam allowance. k1—2 sts dec’d. 54. BO all sts pwise. With RS facing. 104. Pm and join in the rnd. 12. 15½. Sizes 36½ (43. Block to measurements. 62. [Purl 1 rnd. work Beginning Corner chart. 14½. placing bottom sts on lower end of needle and top sts on upper end of needle—72 (76. knit 1 rnd] 2 times. 12. k on WS 40 38 yo Ending Corner 36 34 k2tog 8 32 ssk 6 30 4 28 pattern repeat 2 26 1 (WS) 24 sl 2 sts onto cn. knit to end of rnd—55 sts. p2 from cn sl 2 sts onto cn. pick up and knit 4 sts along selvedge edge of St st section. 12. k1—2 sts inc’d. pick up and knit 21 (22. 123. beg at bottom of right front and skipping patt section.

7¼. 148. purling rem wraps tog with wrapped sts. 14½. 150) sts. 8) rows even. Work even until piece measures 9¾ (10¼. 39. Work even until armhole measures 4 (4½. Place sts on holder. Short-row 4 Purl to 6 (7. 6. 10) sts of right shoulder. 10½.indd 72 9/13/12 5:20 PM 09132012172304 . wrap next st. Knit 5 rows. 4¼. on right shoulder. 29. 8. leaving a 56" tail. 136.com KS_070_088. 138. 25. 8. ending with a WS row. 2¼. 10) sts before previously wrapped st of right shoulder. 7¾. 122) sts rem. 6. turn. 19. 2. 114. 9) more times—23 (25. 10. 9. 11)" from CO. 104. k2. 29. 10) sts. 5. 5)"   S t -D e n i s S o m m e t 17¾ (18½. Next row (RS) Knit to end. 106. 37. k2. 4¼. wrap next st. 9. Short-row 2 Purl to last 6 (7. 33) sts rem each side. k2tog. cont to dec 1 st at each neck and armhole edge (4 sts dec’d) every RS row 2 (4. 27. 5¾. 10. 10. 3)"  ❤ ❤ 13¼ (14. 8) sts at beg of next 2 rows—82 (94. 5½)" sleeve 11¼ (12¾. 14) more times—74 (80. 1¼. 4½. purling rem wraps tog with wrapped sts. 124. Place sts on holder. knit to last 4 sts. 9. 20¾. Work 0 (2. 9. 9. 4¼. 10. 140) sts rem. 92. 6. 5½. 6. 51. 8) sts at beg of next 2 rows—82 (94. 19. 5) more times—80 (90. 27¼)"  ❤  ❤❤ 7 (7¼. 10¾. 8. 6¾. 5. 5. 17. 8. 104. 5¾.circumference. 2¾. 54. k2tog. ending with a WS row. 14¼. 45. Shape armholes: BO 4 (4. 23. M1. 10) sts before previously wrapped st of right shoulder. 5. Armhole measures about 4½ (5. wrap next st. wrap next st. 16¼ (18½. join a new ball of yarn and k2. ending with a WS row. knit to last 4 sts. 15½. 160. Break yarn. 10½. ssk. 25½ )"   Vé r o n ik Ave r y 16  Crosscut Pullover every RS row 0 (1. 11¾)" knitscene. ending with a WS row. ending with a WS row. Rep Dec row every RS row 10 (9. 5. 150) sts. Short-row 5 Knit to 8 (8. 7. Shape shoulders: Short-row 1 (RS) Knit to last 6 (7. 9. 6¼. 55. 15½. 9½. and 16" circular (cir) needle • Markers (m) • Removable m • Stitch holders • Yarn needle Front Work as for back to armhole shaping—90 (102. wrap next st. Work even until armhole measures 4 (4½. 8. CO 112 (124. 8. Next row Purl to end. 10) sts before previously wrapped st of left shoulder. 8. 12. 10) sts before previously wrapped st of left shoulder. 5¾. 172) sts. 46. knit to last 4 sts. wrap next st. 10) sts before previously wrapped st. 18½ )" Sizes 32½ (37. 7)" front & back 20¼ (22½. turn. 4. 10) sts. Knit 5 rows. Short-row 3 Knit to 6 (7. 9. 23¼. wrap next st. 9. 8. 128. k32 (37. 9. 14¾. 5. k2tog. knit to end—1 st dec’d each side. Dec row (RS) K2. turn. 8. 8. 138. turn. turn. 10) sts before previously wrapped st. 8. 2 (2. 6¾. knitting wraps tog with wrapped sts. Shape shoulders: Short-row 1 (RS) Knit to last 6 (7. ssk. Short-row 2 Purl to last 6 (7. 8½. Break yarn. 8. Using smaller straight needles. wrap next st. k2tog. 4. 4. 5½. 10. k2—2 sts dec’d. 10. 124. Purl 1 row. 8. 7¾)". 16)"  ❤ ❤ 7¾ (8¼. k2. 10) sts before previously wrapped st. 104. wrap next st. wrap next st. 8)th row 4 more times—90 (102. Working both sides separately. set of 5 double-pointed (dpn) needles. 1. turn. turn. Shape armholes: BO 4 (4. Short-row 6 Purl to 8 (8. 134) sts rem. 15¾. 10. 8. 10. Short-row 3 Knit to 6 (7. 6. 47. 9¾. 59) sts rem each side. 21. 3. 14¾. k2—2 sts dec’d. 24¾. 10) sts of left shoulder. 8. 5¼. 7¼)". 19½. 1½. Next row Purl to end. Rep Dec row See glossary for terms you don’t know. 6½. Shape neck: (RS) K2. 8. 9. 43) sts rem each side. 134) sts rem. 8. Inc row (RS) K2. 7¼)". 8. Knit 2 rows. Dec row (RS) Knit to last 4 sts of left shoulder. 41½. 6. 8. ssk. Work even until piece measures 13¼ (14. 41. Short-row 6 Purl to 8 (8. 6¼. knit to last 72 4½ (5. 6)" ¾" 5 (5½. turn. 8. 14½. turn. 20½)" page 3 8 14½ (16¾. turn. 7¼. k2tog. 9. 62) sts. 16)" from CO. 41. 7. 54½)" bust 3¾ (4¼. 27. turn. 58. knit to last 4 sts. 5. Rep Dec row every RS row 3 (6. 126. M1. 10½. CO 42 (46. Short-row 4 Purl to 6 (7. 7. 1¾)". 49. Dec row (RS) K2. Rep Inc row every 6 (6. 6¼. 8) more times—34 (35. 31¼)" Sleeves Using smaller straight needles. 5¾. 2½. Next row (RS) Knit to end. 114. wrap next st. k2tog. k2—2 sts dec’d. 31. 98. 7 (8. Knit 2 rows. leaving an 18" tail on each piece. 12. wrap next st. 7¾)" Back 4¼ (4½. 114. 9.25 mm): straight needles. 10. 50. Change to larger needles and St st. Dec row (RS) K2. 98. k2—2 sts inc’d. 116. Purl 1 row. ending with 3¾ (4¼. Short-row 5 Knit to 8 (8. ssk. 4¾. Armhole measures about ½ (¾. 86. shown. 10) sts before previously wrapped st. 8. 114. 114. Rep Dec row every 4th row 15 more times—80 (92. 150 yd [137 m]/50 g): • #8220 chalk blue. 50. turn. 20. 8. 53). 126. ssk. ending with a WS row. k2—38 (43. ssk. 9. 13) balls Gauge 22 sts and 30 rows = 4" in St st on larger needles Tools • Size 6 (4 mm) needles • Size 3 (3. 10. knitting wraps tog with wrapped sts. in size 37" Yarn St-Denis Sommet (100% baby alpaca. 104) sts rem. 10)"   Motif ❤ ❤ 2 sts.

12. k17 (17. 19. 4. 8. 24. 3. Place removable m at end of row on 4th needle. ending with a RS row. Change to larger needles and St st. 2¾)" from m. 19. 29. 29. 92. 86. 13) more times—28 (32. M1. 19. 8) sts at beg of next 2 rows. 11) times—62 (70. 4)th row 5 (6. 23. 31. 3. 100) sts: 17 (17. 10. 102) sts. k2tog. 24. 8. 25) sts on each needle. 23. 8. Next rnd K17 (17. 12) sts—23 (25. k1. 10. Sizes 37 (41½. Place marker (pm) and join in the rnd. 1–18. All sizes: Change to larger needles and St st. 21. graft live back sts to shoulder insertion strip as foll: Graft first 23 (25. 4. 20. 27. 9. 13. 2¾. 25) while inc 6 (8. ssk. 11. 2¾. Dec row (RS) K2. then 2 (2.12. 21. ssk. 11.indd 73 73 9/13/12 5:20 PM 09132012172305 . Place sts on holder. 19. divided evenly over 4 dpn. 33) sts on first and 3rd needles. All sizes: Change to larger needles and St st. ending with a WS row. 13) while inc 3 (4. 8) sts evenly across on 3rd needle. 6. Place sts from left shoulder insertion on an empty dpn and holding needles with WS tog. 1. 62. 23. 17) sts on 4th needle. 21. 12. k2—1 st dec’d. 78. 8) sts evenly across on first needle. 29. k17 (17. Next rnd K17 (17. 2¾. 17) sts on 4th needle. 15. 23. Work even until piece measures 2½ (2¾. 8. 4. 30) sts rem. 9. 8. 2¾)" from m. Work 8 rows even. 12) sts on 4th needle. then every 10 (8. 76. 8. F inishing Using tail attached to back piece. 4) sts evenly across on 4th needle. 3. 50. 16. 15. 8. k2tog. 1–22. 19. Purl 0 (1. Rep Dec row every 4th row 4 more times—7 (8. 8. 56. left shoulder insertion in front. 84. rejoin yarn and knit 1 row. 1. 8. 1. 92. 29. graft center 28 (30. then k9 (9. 76. 36. 10)th row 4 (5. With WS facing. 1. 38) back sts to selvedge edge of St st section of insertion strip. 10. 1) WS row. 6. 8. 4) sts evenly—23 (25. BO rem 8 (8. knit to last 4 sts. Dec row (RS) K2. 19½. 33) sts of right shoulder insertion from holder. 50. 21. 42) sts rem. 4) sts at beg of next 4 rows—46 (54. 12. Place sts from first and 3rd needles on holders and cont on 4th needle only. Cut yarn. 27. and join in the rnd. divided evenly over 4 dpn. 10. Shape cap: BO 4 (4. 70) sts rem. 8) more times. 11. 1–24) of Lace chart—68 (68. Rep Dec row every 4th row 4 more times—7 (8. Rep Inc row every 14 (14. 9. and 12 (13. Work Rows 1–16 (1–16. 54½)" only: Purl 1 RS row. 21. 14. 2¾. 8. 84. 8. ending with a WS row. knit to last 2 sts. Place sts from first and 3rd needles on holders and cont on 4th needle only. 54½)" only: Purl 1 RS row. 38. Knit 1 WS row. 8) sts evenly across on first needle. 33) back sts to 23 (25. Purl 0 (1. knit to end—1 st dec’d. Place removable m at end of row on 4th needle. 64. 12) sts rem. 24. Rep Dec row every RS row 8 (10. 33) sts on first and 3rd needles. Work Rows 1–16 (1–16. 1. 23. Left shoulder insertion CO 8 sts. 25) while inc 6 (8. BO all sts. 10. 6. 31. 23. BO 2 (2. k2—2 sts inc’d. 4. 11. 8. graft rem 23 2 to 25 st repeat Winter12 Knitscene KS_070_088. 19. knit to end while inc 3 (4. M1. 11. 2¾. 27. 16. 7. 9. leaving a 16" tail for grafting. 100) sts: 17 (17. 19. 8. 3. 3) sts at beg of next 4 rows—20 (24. 46. Sizes 37 (41½. 34. Right shoulder insertion Lace 23 21 19 17 knit 15 purl 13 yo 11 9 k2tog 7 ssk 5 sl 2 as if to k2tog. 9. Inc row (RS) K2. 6. 8) sts evenly across on 3rd needle. loosely BO all sts on 2nd needle. 12) sts rem. 4. 4. 1) WS row. p2sso 3 pattern repeat 1 CO 8 sts. 36. 1–20. 11. k2—2 sts dec’d. 31. Dec row (RS) Knit to last 4 sts. graft sts using Kitchener st. Motif a WS row. 1–18. 11. 2. 1–20. Pm. Work 1 row even. 10. 2¾. 32. 1–22. 25) sts on each needle. 21. 31. 25) while inc 6 (8. 32. and 12 (13. Work even until sleeve measures 17¾ (18½. ending with a WS row. 5. 5. 6. 27. 20½)" from CO. 14. 25) while inc 6 (8. 1–24) of Lace chart—68 (68. 94. 4. 46. loosely BO all sts on 2nd needle. Work even until piece measures 2½ (2¾. then BO next 8 (8. 1.

Sew side and sleeve seams. 8. 30. Cont in patt. M1. Notes This sweater is worked in one piece from side to side. knit to end. 7 (7. 11. 132. 118. 36) sts along back neck—108 (118. 27 (28. Canada. 8¼)" 1" body 15 (17½. 7½)" Véronik Avery knits in Quebec. 87. pm. psso yo ssk sl 1 wyf on RS.com KS_070_088. 31. 27. 14. 13½)"  6½ (6¾. 50)" bust circumfer- 7   17  Gate Pullover 5 3 1 12 st repeat knit k2tog sl 1. 63. ❤ CO 63 (67. rep Inc row every 8th row 4 more times— 73 (77. 124. work Row 1 (11. Loosely BO all sts pwise. 36. knit to m. place marker (pm). 126. Block as desired. 122. The front neck is shaped using decreases and increases. p1 (3.indd 74 9/13/12 5:20 PM 09132012172306 . 13. 8. 6. 32. p2tog. 29. 40. Rep last 2 rnds 2 more times—102 (112. 36. 1. Set in sleeves. p61. 65. pick up and knit 12 (13. 33) sts of left shoulder insertion from holder. 83. Cont in patt as established through Row 8 (18. then with RS of sleeve facing. Knit 1 rnd. 36. 6¼. working sts outside of m in St st. 11). 20. 8¼. 124 yd [113 m]/50 g): • camel. 138) sts. 11). 16. 9¼)"  ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ 12 (12½. shown in size 35" 74 pattern repeat knitscene. 7¾. Next row (RS) Knit to m. 73. 32. sl 1 wyb on WS ence. 10). 33) back sts to 23 (25. 34) sts along left neck. Neckband: Using cir needle and beg at first BO st of left shoulder insertion. Tools • Size 6 (4 mm): 32" circular (cir) needle • Size G (4 mm) crochet hook • Markers (m) • Stitch holders • Yarn needle See glossary for terms you don’t know. work in patt across 73 (77. Inc row (RS) K1. 8) of chart. 8¾. 27. 63. close holes in shoulder insertion CO. Work even until sleeve measures 6½" from CO. CO 60 (63. 27 (28. 6. 14. ssp. pm. 8. 128. 9) skeins Yarn distributed by WEBS Gauge 20 sts and 32 rows = 4" in St st (25. graft shoulder sts to shoulder insertion sts from holders. 29. 65. at the same time. The stitches are divided for the neck and joined at the end of the neck shaping. knit to last st. 8. 83) sts. 77. 93) sleeve sts. 17) sts along left shoulder insertion. Using tails attached to front piece. 20. 31. Dec rnd Purl to 2 sts before m. 6½" 10"   7¼ (7¾. work chart as established to m. 17) sts along right shoulder insertion and 30 (36. 15. 8. grafting top of sleeve cap to BO edge of shoulder insertion. 1) of Lace chart over 61 sts. sl m. 15. 12½. k1— 2 sts inc’d. 132) sts rem. 5. 68) sts for back using the 2½ (3¾. Body Using the crochet chain provisional method. 10% silk. 20% baby alpaca. 31. 31. Next row (WS) P1 (3. and is the creative mind behind St-Denis Yarns. Break yarn and set aside. beginning at the right sleeve cuff and ending at the left sleeve cuff. purl to end—2 sts dec’d. 22½. k2tog. 34) sts along right neck. M1. 83. 12 (13. Weave in ends. 87. 30. 45. 68) sts for front. 7¼. ending with chart Row 10 (20. 10. 18. then CO 60 (63. Using CO tail threaded on yarn needle. 25)" Lace 19 17 15 13 ❤ ❤  11 9   ❤  ❤❤ Margaux Hufnagel page 39 Va l l e y Ya r n s N o r t h f i e l d Sizes 30 (35. 93) sts.Right Sleeve Motif Yarn Valley Yarns Northfield (70% merino. 16.

109. 7½)" from neck join. 5. work Row 1 of Front Neck chart over 30 sts (dec’d to 29 sts). work across 73 (77. through Row 10 of charts—91 (96. Break yarn for front. 109. 105. 20.indd 75 75 9/13/12 5:20 PM 09132012172306 . sl m. 7½)" from body CO. Shape neck: Next row (RS) Knit to m. ending with Row 10 (20. ending with chart Row 10. 105. 109. 229) sts. 104. 115) sts for back. inc’d to 30 sts work 3 times crochet chain provisional method—193 (203. 83. 217. 217. Winter12 Knitscene KS_070_088. then with same yarn. 6¼. ending with a RS row—96 (101. 108. 68) sts on holder for back. until piece measures 2½ (3¾. 6¼. then work Rows 31–37 once. Work Rows 11–30 of charts three times. 65. 5. 63. 99.Back Neck 37 Motif 35 33 31 29 27 25 23 21 work 3 times 19 17 15 13 11 9 7 5 3 1 31 sts Front Neck 37 35 33 31 29 27 25 23 21 19 17 15 13 11 9 7 5 3 1 30 sts dec’d to 25 sts. Join front and back: Next row (WS) P97 (102. 115) sts rem for back. 209. 10) of chart. 93) sleeve sts and place rem 60 (63. 65. 115) back sts. cont in patt as established until shoulder measures 2½ (3¾. 10. 68) front sts and place these sts on a holder. 229) sts total. Cont working front and back at the same time with separate balls of yarn. sl m. purl to end of front—193 (203. join 2nd ball of yarn and work Row 1 of Back Neck chart over 31 sts. Next row (RS) K60 (63. 109) sts rem for front and 97 (102. knit to end. 209. Cont working sts between m in chart patt and rem sts in St st. Beg with Row 9 of Lace chart. 105. 63. 87. 103. 114) sts for front and 97 (102.

Left Wing: (Note The stitch counts on the upper and lower edgings will fluctuate. Place provisional CO sts on needles. 73. Rep last 2 rnds once more. 83) sts rem. Sew sleeve seams. Weave in ends. • Size 8 (5 mm): 40" circular (cir) needle and set of 5 double-pointed needles (dpn) • Markers (m) • Stitch holders or waste yarn • Yarn needle 21 19 17 15 13 11 9 Shawl 7 Counterpane: CO 8 sts. and join sides. divided evenly over 4 dpn. k1. k2—2 sts dec’d. work in patt to last 4 sts. then using the backward-loop method. p2sso 15 11 9 7 5 M a de l i ne t o s h To s h D K 2 k1f&b [k1. Work Rnds 17–67 of chart. ending with Row 20 (10. 20. k62. BO all sts in patt. p1. 296) sts evenly around lower edge of body. k1. k1. sl 2. Tools F inishing See glossary for terms you don’t know. pm.indd 76 9/13/12 5:20 PM 09132012172307 . knit to end of rnd. p1. k1] into double yo—3 sts from 1 st bind off 1 st 3 Size 32" deep and 64" wide. ssk. p on WS p on RS. k on WS k1tbl yo 2 yo 2 times (counts as 1 st) k2tog on RS ssk k2tog on WS knit last st of lower edging tog with 1 st of shawl body Left Wing Tip ❤ ❤  21  ❤❤   ❤ C or r in a F e r g u s o n page 4 0   18  Lale Shawl 19 sl 1. Left Sleeve blocked 7 Motif Work even for 9 rows. k1. Work even until sleeve measures 6½". 266. rep from * to end. The counterpane is worked circularly from the center out. using three-needle BO. 10. Rnd 16 Remove rnd m. but will always return to the original number. Dec row (RS) K2. place next 64 sts on waste yarn for right wing. With RS facing. Rnd 2 *P1. the lower edging. Rnd 1 *K1. pm for new beg of rnd. changing to circular needle when necessary—256 sts. Place marker (pm) and join in the rnd. k2tog. Next row (WS) K8 (for lower edging). all the other sections are worked back and forth. ssk. knit to 3 ❤ ❤  1 This shawl is worked in four sections: The center counterpane. pick up and knit 176 (206. pm (for upper edging). and rem 127 sts on another length of waste yarn for lower edging—75 sts rem.com KS_070_088. remove rnd m. Work Rnds 1–15 of Counterpane chart—56 sts: 14 sts on each needle. Pm and join in the rnd. Rep Dec row every 8th row 4 more times—63 (67. Beg working back and forth in rows as foll: Left Wing: Next row (RS) K63. CO 3 sts. removing waste yarn. sl m. k2tog. ❤  Lower Edging 5 3 1 k on RS. rep from * to end.) Row 1 (RS) BO 2 sts. CO 7 sts. Massachusetts. BO all sts. 236. ending with a WS row.Gauge 12 sts and 17 rows = 4" in garter st. turn. the left wing. 77. then the right wing. 3 skeins 76 sl 1 pwise wyf on WS 13 no stitch pattern repeat knitscene. 20). psso 17 sl 2 as if to k2tog. k1. k1.  3 Notes Margaux Hufnagel lives and knits in  ❤ ❤ 5 Right Wing Tip Block sweater to measurements. 1 225 yd [206 m]/100 g): • wood violet. after blocking Yarn Madelinetosh Tosh DK (100% merino.

Row 8 BO 3 sts. Row 2 K7. k1. Row 5 BO 2 sts. yo 2 times. p1. sl  m. marking the center st. BO all sts. removing m.Rep Rows 1–8 thirteen more times. p1. Counterpane 67 2 2 65 63 61 59 57 55 53 51 49 47 45 43 41 39 37 35 33 31 29 27 25 23 21 19 17 * 15 13 11 9 7 *Work as given in instructions. Row 3 K2. 2 5 2 2 2 3 1 2 st to 64 st repeat Winter12 Knitscene KS_070_088. k2. k1. joining edging sts to body by picking up 2 extra loops after center st. and next st to be worked is marked center st. ssk. k2tog. then work Motif sts before m. k2tog. knit to last st. p1. then work Rows 1–4 once more—18 sts rem: 9 sts for upper edging. and joining edging sts to body by picking up 2 extra loops before marked center st. Rep Rows 1–8 of Lower Edging chart 15 times. then work Rows 1–6 once more—64 body sts rem. and 4 sts for lower edging. yo 2 times. knit to end. Remove m. knit to end. k2tog. Work Rows 1–22 of Left Wing Tip chart—4 sts rem. Work Rows 1–8 of Lower Edging chart 15 times. k5—2 sts dec’d between m. Row 6 K6. k1. p1. Work in chart patt for 4 more rows. p1. Row 4 Knit. Row 7 K2. joining last edging st to marked center st. sl m. ending with chart Row 2. knit to 3 sts before m. Work in chart patt for 5 more rows. k4—2 sts dec’d between m. k1. knit to end. k1. Work Row 3 of chart. ending with Row 8 of chart—63 body sts rem. Lower Edging: Transfer lower 127 sts to cir needle. k1. 5 sts between m.indd 77 77 9/18/12 11:58 AM 09182012115924 . [yo 2 times. k1. yo 2 times. knit to last st. With WS facing. pick up and knit 9 sts along CO edge of lower edging of left wing—136 sts. sl m. k1. k2tog] 2 times.

p1. and then sewn as one long strip to the cardigan. k1. then knit first st. ssk. The collar is worked separately. yo 2 times. k1. 49. sl m. Remove m. 78 knitscene. Row 2 BO 2 sts. k1. 7. knit to end—2 sts dec’d between m. 43. and 2 sts for lower edging. k1. Row 4 K1. The finished bust sizes are based on the back width at underarm multiplied by two. Row 5 BO 3 sts. 7) skeins Gauge 21 sts and 28 rows = 4" in St st with smaller needles Tools • Size 5 (3. k63. sl m. wet-block shawl. shown in size 36" Yarn Universal Renew (100% repurposed wool. k4. making sure to pull out the points on the bottom edge and the loops on the top. knit to end. p1. yo 2 times. sl m. p1.75 mm): 32" circular (cir) needle and set of 5 double-pointed needles (dpn) • Size 6 (4 mm): 32" cir needle • Markers (m) • Stitch holders • Yarn needle • Three 1" toggle buttons See glossary for terms you don’t know. k1. 40. seamed together.indd 78 9/13/12 5:20 PM 09132012172324 . 4 (4. yo 2 times. knit to m. pick up and knit 1 st. knit to end. p1. sl m. k1. knit to end. k1. ❤ Corrina Ferguson can be found online at www. slip both sts off needle. ssk. Stitches Right Twist (RT) Knit 2nd st on left needle in front of first st. sl m.com ❤ ❤    ❤  ❤❤ A my G un d e r s o n page 41  19  Farmstead Cardigan  Motif Rows 1–6 once more—9 edging sts rem. knit to last st. knit to 3 sts before m. knit to m. F inishing Weave in ends. Row 8 K1. knit to m. sl m. 5. pm.com KS_070_088. Next row (RS) Work Row 7 of Lower Edging chart. [yo 2 times. 270 yd [245 m]/100 g): • #111 russet. 5. Right Wing: Transfer rem 64 sts to needle—73 sts: 9 sts for lower edging and 64 sts for right wing. p1. Row 1 (RS) K9. Notes This cardigan is worked from the top down. sl m. k1. k2tog. U n i v e r s a l R e ne w Sizes 33 (36.picnicknits. p1. knit to last st.  ❤ ❤  ❤ ❤  Row 7 K6. yo 2 times. 52)" bust circumference. Next row (WS) K1. 5 sts between m. k1. Rep Rows 1–8 thirteen more times. 6. pick up and knit 1 st—76 sts. Using wires or pins. Row 6 BO 2 sts. pm. k1. k2tog] 2 times. 46. Row 3 K5. k2tog. sl m. knit to 3 sts before m. BO all sts. then work Rows 1–6 once more—16 sts rem: 9 sts for upper edging. k4—2 sts dec’d between m. Work Rows 1–21 of Right Wing Tip chart—4 sts rem. k5. k2tog. in pieces. k2.

rep from * 3 more times. yo. 42. ssk. Do not join. p1] 2 times. k2. 18¼)" 14 (14. 323.indd 79 79 9/13/12 5:20 PM 09132012172325 . 11)" 11¾ (13. 21½. Next row [P1. 12. 97. 18. 39. p29 (31. 9. sl m. 62. p1tbl. 19¼. 58. pm. 4. 241. place next 52 (56. k1] 2 times—8 sts inc’d. 16. 74) sleeve sts on holder. 63. pm. 36. k2tog. 68. k1. 8. 365) sts: 77 (83. 66. p1. [k1. Raglan and neck inc row (RS) K1. 74) sleeve sts on holder. 1. 49) sts for each front. Set-up row (WS) P1. 50 (54. 15)"   6¾ (7¼. 47). 8¼. CO 8 (10. 40. p2. 41. 14½. 317) sts. place marker (pm). p2. 66. 93. yo. 4). 60. 7½. 111. 287. 55. pm. k79 (85. RT (see Stitches). yo. k1] 2 times— 8 sts inc’d. 2. [k1. 215. yo. yo. purl to last 4 sts. work to end. 39. CO 49 (51. 14. 117). 43. place next 52 (56. p1. 12½   . 99. rep from * 3 more times. sl m. use the backward-loop method to CO 8 (10. 65) sts. 12. p2. rep from * to last 2 sts. k2. Purl 1 row. Dec row (RS) Work to 2 sts before m. 303. 4. 0) more time— 245 (265. 1. pm. 85. 35. RT. Winter12 Knitscene KS_070_088. 115) sts for back. 47. 60. 2. *knit to m. 55. sl m. 9. k1] 2 times. 9¼)" 2 to 15 st repeat 12 (12½. pm. Next row [K1. knit to end—8 sts inc’d. p1. Yoke With smaller cir needle. 91. and 8 raglan sts. 9¾)" ½" body 16½ (18. pm. knit to next m. yo. Next row (RS) [K1. Body Work even until piece measures 3 (3. 14½. 18. sl m. Purl 1 row. 14¾. knit to last st. 13. p4 (4. work 31 (34. 17¼. 16. 62. 20) sts. 235. Rep last 4 rows 4 (4. Rep Rows 1 and 2 for patt. *k1. 3½. 5 ssk 7 RT (see Stitches) 3 1 pattern repeat 6¼ (6¾. 11. 3½. 4. 14½. p2. yo. 9. *knit to m. 10¾. Divide for body and sleeves: Next row (RS) Maintaining ribbed borders and removing m as you go. 1. 4. 11½)" Motif Tile knit Twisted Rib in rnds: (even number of sts) Rnd 1 *K1tbl. k1] 2 times. knit to last 4 sts. 7¾. sl m. 14. 10¼. 106) sts. 50) sts. 0. 60. Rep Rnd 1 for patt. work to end—157 (173. 13. 105. Rep Dec row every 6th row 5 more times—145 (161. 10¾. 13. 7. 345. Shape back waist: Set-up row (WS) Work 64 (71. *knit to m. 2. 24½. 70. 12. k1tbl. 22¼. *p1. 13) more times—157 (177. 53. yo. [p1. rep from * to last 2 sts. 8¼. 2. pm. 2) more times. purl to last 4 sts. rep from * 3 more times.13 11 yo 9 k2tog Twisted Rib in rows: (odd number of sts) Row 1 (RS) K1. p1] 2 times. 20¾. Next row [P1. k1—10 sts inc’d. knit to last 4 sts. sl m. sl m. p1. 20. 10¾. 207. work to end—2 sts dec’d. 3¼. 17¾. 4). 3¾. Raglan inc row (RS) *Knit to m. p31 (33. p4 (4. 43. pm. 257) body sts rem. sl m. 41. 9¾. 45. 72) sts for each sleeve. p1] 2 times. sl m. 91. 46. 23¾)" 6¾ (7½. 99. 37. Rep last 4 rows 5 (6. ending with a RS row. 14. sl m. 26)" 2" 14¼ (15¾. 9. 13 ½)" 10 (10¼. 20) sts. M1R. 9¼. 4. 78. 103. 4. 64. 37. p1] 2 times. 7¾. 15. then rep first 2 rows only 1 (1. M1L. 297. 70. k1. rep from * 3 more times. 3¾)" from underarm CO. 37. 16. 4. 23. 109. 191. 8½. 45). rep from * to end. 223. 30 (33. pm. [p1. Row 2 P1. 2. 199.

74. 195. Rep Inc row every 4th row 5 more times—157 (173. Work twisted rib in rows (see Stitches) until piece measures 14 (14. 11. Distribute sts evenly over 4 dpn. 13. Work Rnds 1–13 of Tile chart—60 sts: 15 sts on each needle. Collar Make one tile as foll: With dpn. CO 8 sts. 8¾)" from underarm CO. Short-row 2 Work to end. Pm and join in the rnd. 241. 8. 245) sts rem. 4)" from underarm. 58. 66. 2nd. and 4 (5. 3. sl m. wrap next st. 229. 2nd) rnd 4 (6. 3. 8. 7. 10) sts along underarm CO. 14½. 84. then pick up and knit 1 st in gap between held sleeve sts and CO edge. 11½. 13½)" from underarm CO. Sleeves With dpn and RS facing. 257) sts. M1R. 211. 3. Work even until piece measures 8 (8. 18) more times—52 (54. wrap next st. Next row (WS) Work to end. 62. BO all sts. k2tog. 58) sts rem. Short-row 3 Work to 8 (9. weave 80 knitscene. 8½. 13) sts before previously wrapped st. 14½. turn. 4. 6th. Do not remove m. working wraps tog with wrapped sts. 15. 9. and sl last st of needle 3 onto needle 4—15 sts on each needle. working wraps tog with wrapped sts. using short-rows: *Short-row 1 Work in patt to 1 st before first m. 14½. Place sts from each needle on a separate piece of waste yarn. Thread CO tail through tapestry needle. 74) sleeve sts from holder. 9. 56. 10. 8½. 10. break yarn. Rep from * to * once more. ssk. ending with a WS row. 11. sl last st of needle 2 onto needle 3. 8¼. Work in twisted rib in rnds (see Stitches) for 1½". 12)" from underarm. 70. Work even until sleeve measures 10½ (11. 4th. 191.* Next row (RS) Work to end. 8¾. pick up and knit 4 (5. 13. beg at center of underarm. 54. ending with a WS row. 13. ending with a WS row. work to end—2 sts inc’d. sl m. Shape lower edge. 6. 11½. turn. Work even until piece measures 12½ (12½. 56. 78. Pm and join in the rnd. Rep Dec rnd every 12th (8th. 96) sts. 10) sts along CO—62 (68. 90. pick up and knit 1 st in gap.Motif 179.indd 80 9/13/12 5:20 PM 09132012172325 . M1L. Next rnd Knit to last st. 9. 207. 60. 15. 15)" from underarm. Short-row 4 Work to end. k1—2 sts dec’d. 9. BO all sts. Work in St st until sleeve measures 3 (3. 12. sl last st of needle 1 onto needle 2. Knit 1 rnd. 11½. k52 (56. 13½. Inc row (RS) Work to first m. leaving an 18" tail. 223. leaving a 6" tail. Rep last 2 short-rows 6 more times— 8 wrapped sts.com KS_070_088. 4th. Rearrange sts: Transfer last unworked st to needle 1. 13. 7. Dec rnd K1. 6. knit to next m. knit to last 3 sts.

beg at lower right collar. 281. Back With dpn and using Emily Ocker’s method. ssk. the other long edge has live sts on waste yarn. pull closed and fasten off. k2tog. 309) sts. Row 2 P1. 153) sts along upper collar. k1f&b. 8¾)" Block cardigan to measurements. 257. rep from * to last 3 sts. with BO edge on left and live sts on right. Sew toggle buttons on left Tools and can be found online at www. 22 sts and 26 rnds = 4" in Eyelet Rib patt. 16¾. 117. cont working I-cord BO to next marked button loop. 301. yo. Next row (WS) P1. rep from * to last 3 sts. *p2tog. 44½. Sew long BO edge of collar to cardigan fronts and neck. 41. Upper collar: Along short edge of one strip. rep from * to last 3 sts. pick up and knit 17 sts. 14¼. 7¾. Rnd 3 *K1. 15) skeins 6¼ (6¾. Stitches Eyelet Rib: (multiple of 6 sts) Rnd 1 *Yo. p1f&b. pick up 95 (105. 22% silk. using Kitchener st. if there aren’t enough stitches to complete a (k2tog. using dpn. sl 15 sts from next tile. Rnds 2 and 4 *K4. Notes   ❤   ❤❤ C a s s i e C a s t ill o page 4 2  20  Minnette Pullover Austerma nn Meri no Si l k Sizes 33½ (37. rep from * to last 2 sts. rep from * 2 more times. Place marker (pm) and join in the 20 (20½. *RT. 21½. RS facing. BO all sts. 48½)" bust circumference. BO rem 3 sts. *k2. 30)" from pick-up row. 125 yd [114 m]/50 g see Notes): • #608 green. Gauge 17 sts and 32 rnds = 4" in Diagonal patt. p3. 131. pick up but do not knit 1 st in corner. 22¼. Choose a worsted-weight blend and be sure to check gauge. RT. rep from * around. p2. pick up 3 sts between tiles] 3 times. 24½. 8¼. p3. shown in size 33½" Yarn Austermann Merino Silk (70% merino. Row 3 K1. k3. yo) or (yo. Place held sts that were on needle 3 from first tile back onto a needle. p1—17 sts rem. rep from * around. • Size 6 (4 mm): 16" and 32" circular (cir) needles and set of double-pointed needles (dpn) • Markers (m) • Waste yarn to be used as stitch holders • Yarn needle   ❤ ❤   ❤ ❤ Motif Amy Gunderson lives in North Carolina See glossary for terms you don’t know.indd 81 81 9/13/12 5:20 PM 09132012172326 . *p1f&b. Make a 2nd strip in same way. *p3. 265. 273. When working decreases in neck and sleeve shaping. This yarn has been discontinued. 7¼. 145. pick up 1 st in bottom corner—235 (245. k1. p2. 7¼. Graft tog with second tile. *work 1 row of I-cord without attaching to collar. BO 15 sts at top of strip. rep from * around. Rnd 5 *K2. Rnd 6 *K4. A three-needle bind off is used to form the side seams. 12. work I-cord BO until no collar sts rem. 125. rep from * around. *p2. 8¾.getoff mylawndesigns. 13. RT. 271. 24¼)" Winter12 Knitscene KS_070_088. *BO next 15 sts down side of strip. pick up 3 sts between tiles] 3 times. p2. [pick up and knit 1 st in corner and BO] 2 times. rep from * for all 3 loops. Measurements on the schematic for the sleeve are with the rib unstretched. p2. relaxed 13¼ (14¼. 285. rep from * to last 3 sts. 25½. 22)" 11 (12. 16¾ (18½. 9 (10. Row 1 (RS) K1. Join yarn and work as foll: Next row (WS) Purl across. ❤  through CO sts. 15½. ssk. p1—32 sts. Turn. k1. ssk. inc 2 sts in each of 8 tiles—251 (261. 7½. [sl 15 held sts of first tile onto needle. The rib is very stretchy. 15¼)" 7¾ (8. 9)" ❤ ❤ 6 (6¾. 8¼. 23. using larger cir needle. Work I-cord BO until you reach first marked button-loop location. [sl 15 held sts of first tile onto needle. Use a smooth cotton yarn for the waste yarn. sl 15 sts from next tile. 18)" F inishing Yarn distributed by Skacel Collection front opposite button loops on the seam between collar and body of sweater. 6½. Sew this BO edge to short edge of 2nd strip.com. 21. k2. 20½. yo. Remaining stitches are used to work the sleeves from shoulder to wrist. It will be easier to slide the stitches onto the needle. Row 4 P1. Block collar. 293) sts. p2. 8)" front & back The front and back are worked in the round from the center out. leaving sts from needle 1 on needle. Mark location for 3 button loops on right front collar. CO 8 sts. CO 3 sts. p2tog. Next row Using the cable method. [pick up and knit 1 st in corner of tile and BO] 2 times. Thread waste yarn through sts from rem 3 needles. then work Row 1 once more. Set-up row (WS) P1. Rep Rnds 1–6 for patt. With RS facing. then omit the yarnover and knit the stitch. p2. [pick up and knit 1 st between tiles and BO] 3 times. rep from * around. ssk) pair. *Make another tile. 13. 287. k2. 28½. BO next 15 sts—4-tile strip with 2 short ends and 1 long edge bound off. Rep Rows 1–4 until collar measures 19 (20. 8% cashmere.F inishing Weave in ends. rep from * to last 3 sts. p2. Rep from * 2 more times— strip now has 4 tiles. 8¼)" 5¼ (6.

95. place last 71 (79. 412) sts: 71 (79. Next rnd *Work Diagonal chart to m.com KS_070_088. 28. 15. Work Rows 1–8 of chart 1 (2. 17) sts for neck. rep from * 2 more times. 33. 95. Dec row (WS) P2tog. 40. 37. Dec row (WS) Work to last 2 sts. pm after each rep. 33. 87. 103) sts rem for upper back.Motif rnd. rep from * 3 more times—204 sts: 51 sts between m. 43) held sts. Divide square: Next rnd (Row 7 of chart) *Work to m. 36. 39) sts rem. 103) sts on holder. remove m. 13. Place sts on holder. 34) sts rem. working each rep 5 times. 4. k on WS 41 39 yo 37 k2tog 35 33 ssk 31 29 p2tog 27 2 25 k1f&b 23 pattern repeat 21 19 17 15 13 11 Diagonal 9 7 7 5 5 3 3 2 82 1 4 st repeat 1 4 st repeat knitscene. 380. work in patt to end—31 (34. 5) more time(s). Shape neck: Work 31 (34. [Work 1 WS row. Right shoulder: With WS facing. 3. Work 3 rows even. Dec row (RS) Ssk. then work Rows 1–6 once more. 37. 87. work to end of rnd. 40. k2tog—1 st dec’d. working each rep 1 additional time on every Row 1—284 (316. Dec row (RS) Work to last 2 sts. 40. Lace Squares 47 k on RS. Work 1 WS row. ssp—1 st dec’d. 43) sts rem for shoulder. 31. rejoin yarn to 31 (34. 87. work to end—1 st dec’d. p on WS 45 43 p on RS. and changing to cir needle when necessary—196 sts: 49 sts between m. 36. Cont through Row 8 of chart—228 sts: 57 sts between m. then rep RS Dec row] 5 times—22 (25. Work Rows 1–48 of Lace Squares chart. 103) sts between m. Rep last 2 rows once more—27 (30. 43) sts in patt and place these sts on holder. 39) sts rem. work to end—1 st dec’d. BO 9 (11. 37.indd 82 9/18/12 11:58 AM 09182012115925 . 95. 348. remove m—71 (79. Rep last 2 rows once more—27 (30.

27) from longer cir needle. knit to end—144 (192) sts. placing right back sts onto longer cir needle and right front sts onto shorter cir needle. Cont in patt until piece measures 20 (20½. 21. BO 56 (61. Work in Eyelet Rib (see Stitches) for 1". 9. knit to m. 71. Sizes 37 (48½)" only: Next rnd K2tog. Stitches ❤ ❤   A m a n d a B e ll page 4 4  21  Flyaway Beret Right Sleeve Work as for left sleeve. Winter12 Knitscene KS_070_088. 2½. k16 (19. 100. pm for beg of rnd. Weave in ends.indd 83 83 9/13/12 5:20 PM 09132012172327 . All sizes: Work in Eyelet Rib for 2½ (2½. 34) sts rem. 2)". Transfer st from right needle to shorter cir needle. 2. then once more to the back. secure yarn to lower dpn with a slipknot. Working from left to right.azalea androsebudfiberworks. 24. Pm and join in the rnd. k1—2 sts dec’d. 1 skein Gauge 32 sts and 50 rnds = 4" in St st on larger needles  ❤ ❤  Front Tools • Size 2 (2. 21. Dec rnd K1. pm and join in the rnd—142 (158. Work 3 rows even. Purl 1 rnd. Place sts on holder. Knit 1 rnd. 31. rep from * around. 50) sts rem.  ❤  ❤❤ M a l a b r ig o L ac e Size 16" brim circumference. Rep Rnds 1–15 for patt. Rnd 3 Purl. k3 F inishing Bottom band: With RS facing. Hold yarn in place.75 mm): 16" circular (cir) needle and set of 5 double-pointed needles (dpn) • Size 1 (2. Turn piece RS out. BO all sts kwise. 28) from shorter cir needle—60 (66. 28. Notes This hat is knit in the round from the top down. 22. Motif  ❤ ❤  row. Purl 1 rnd. ssk. Rnd 2 *K2tog. wrap yarn around both needles as foll: [wrap yarn to the back and up and over to the front] 3 times.25 mm): 16" cir needle • Marker (m) • Yarn needle Work as for back. 72. With 3rd dpn. 9" deep Yarn Malabrigo Lace (100% merino wool. 206) sts total. 25. and left back side seam sts onto shorter cir needle. With RS tog. k2tog. 14. knit to m. place front bottom sts onto longer cir needle. 12. Rep Dec rnd every 12 (11. yo. k15 (18. 174. Left Sleeve See glossary for terms you don’t know. 10. Beret CO 6 sts as foll: holding 2 dpns parallel and leaving an 8" tail.  Place left front side seam sts onto longer cir needle. 46. sl m. 108) sts around neck edge. Rnds 4–15 Knit. ❤ Cassie Castillo is on an adventure moving around the country as a military spouse and blogs at www.blogspot. pick up and knit 92 (96. 66. 78. 8) rnds 8 (10.470 yd [430 m]/50 g): • Azul Profundo. Join in the rnd. Block to measurements. 24. Neckband: With RS facing. work in patt to last 3 sts. 84) sts total. knit to end—156 (204) sts rem. Sizes 33½ (44½)" only: Next rnd M1. Using shorter cir needle. 27) sts rem on each left-hand needle and 1 st rem on right-hand needle. M1. k2tog. 76) sts tog using three-needle BO—15 (18. place back bottom sts onto same needle. 21½. 16) more times—42 (44.com. 48. 22)" from underarm. Welted Eyelet Pattern: (even number of sts) Rnd 1 Purl. 104. then rep RS Dec row] 5 times—22 (25. pm. BO all sts in patt. 21. join shoulders using three-needle BO. With RS tog and beg at bottom of pullover. 190. pick up and knit 29 sts around armhole. BO all sts in patt.

com KS_070_088.Crown A Motif 37 35 knit 33 31 purl 29 k1tbl 27 yo 25 23 k2tog 21 ssk 19 sl 2 as if to k2tog. p2sso 17 15 pattern repeat 13 knit 2nd st in front of first st.indd 84 9/13/12 5:20 PM 09132012172327 . k1. insert needle here and knit with both strands Crown B 19 17 15 13 11 9 7 5 3 1 41 to 51 st repeat 84 knitscene. then knit first st 11 9 7 5 Fig 1 3 1 3 to 41 st repeat Insert needle here to begin knitting Fig 2 After untying slipknot.

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