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Bonus project from Lacy Little Knits

Triangle Scarf

DESIGNED BY

Iris Schreier

The elongated stitches caused by this unusual form of entrelac will automatically create a lovely lace-like ridge between the diamonds that make up this triangular scarf

For abbreviations and additional information about techniques used, please refer to the book Lacy Little Knits (pp22-23, and 15-21)

Materials

1 skein of Artyarns Regal Silk, 100% silk, lightweight yarn, 1.8oz/50g = 163yd/149m per skein, color #101, variegated golds and purples. Knitting needles: 4.5mm (size 7 U.S.) or size to obtain gauge

Gauge Measurements

16 sts and 36 rows = 4"/10cm in Garter Stitch Always take time to check your gauge. About 38"/96.5cm wide and 20"/51cm to point

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Triangle Scarf Instructions


SCARF First row Diamond 1 Using Knitted Cast-on (see page 000), cast on 12 sts. Row 1: Inc 1, k10, p1, turn; s1, k11 leaving 1 st unworked on needle, turn. Row 2: Inc 1, k10, p1, turn; s1, k11 leaving 2 sts unworked on needle, turn. Continue working in this manner for 9 more rows, leaving 1 additional st unworked on each following row. Last row: Inc 1, k10, p124 sts on needle. Second row Diamond 2 (edge) Turn previous diamond and using Knitted Cast-on, cast on 12 sts. Row 1: Inc 1, k10, SKP, turn; sl 1, k11, leaving 1 st unworked on needle, turn. Repeat Row 1 for 10 more times, leaving 1 additional st unworked on each following row. Last row: Inc 1, k10, p1; do not turn. Diamond 3 (edge) Row 1: Working across edge of Diamond 1, inc 1, k10, p1, turn; sl 1, k11, leaving 1 st of previous edge unworked, turn. Repeat Row 1 for 10 more times, leaving 1 additional st unworked on each following row. Last row: Inc 1, k10, p 1. Third row Diamond 4 (edge) Work as for Diamond 2. Diamond 5 (center) Row 1: Inc 1, k10, SKP, turn; sl 1, k11, leaving 1 st unworked, turn. Repeat Row 1 for 10 more times, leaving 1 additional st unworked on each following row. Last row: Inc 1, k10, SKP; do not turn. Diamond 6 (edge) Working across edge of Diamond 2, work as for Diamond 3. Fourth Row Diamond 7 (edge) Work as for Diamond 2. Diamonds 8 and 9 (center) Work as for Diamond 5. Diamond 10 (edge) Work as for Diamond 3. Fifth Row Diamond 11 (edge) Work as for Diamond 2. Diamonds 12, 13, and 14 (center) Work as for Diamond 5. Diamond 15 (edge) Work as for Diamond 3. Sixth Row Diamond 16 (edge) Work as for Diamond 2. Diamonds 17, 18, 19, and 20 (center) Work as for Diamond 5. Diamond 21 Work as for Diamond 3.

Last Row (fill-in triangles) Triangle 1


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Triangle Scarf
Using Knitted Cast-on, cast on 12 sts. Row 1: K11, SKP, turn; sl 1, k9, p2tog. Row 2: K10, SKP, turn; sl 1, k8, p2tog. Row 3: K9, SKP, turn; sl 1, k7, p2tog. Row 4: K8, SKP, turn; sl 1, k6, p2tog. Row 5: K7, SKP, turn, sl 1, k5, p2tog. Row 6: K6, SKP, turn; sl 1, k4, p2tog. Row 7: K5, SKP, turn; sl 1, k3, p2tog. Row 8: K4, SKP, turn; sl 1, k2, p2tog. Row 9: K3, SKP, turn; sl 1, k1, p2tog. Row 10: K2, SKP, turn, sl 1, p2tog. Row 11: K1, SKP, turn, p2tog. Row 12: SKP, bind off 1. Transfer remaining stitch from right to left needle. Triangles 2 through 6 Repeat Rows 1 through 12 of Triangle 1. Triangle 7 Row 1: K11, p1, turn, sl 1, k9, p2tog. Row 2: K10, p1, turn, sl 1, k8, p2tog. Row 3: K9, p1, turn, sl 1, k7, p2tog. Row 4: K8, p1, turn, sl 1, k6, p2tog. Row 5: K7, p1, turn, sl 1, k5, p2tog. Row 6: K6, p1, turn, sl 1, k4, p2tog. Row 7: K5, p1, turn, sl 1, k3, p2tog. Row 8: K4, p1, turn, sl 1, k2, p2tog. Row 9: K3, p1, turn, sl 1, k1, p2tog. Row 10: K2, p1, turn; sl 1, p2tog. Row 11: K1, p1, turn; p2tog. Bind off remaining stitch. Cut yarn and weave in yarn ends.

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Bonus project from Lacy Little Knits Green Seashell Cashmere Hat

DESIGNED BY

Iris Schreier

This soft ultra-luxurious hat is made with a crochet-like stitch that gives it texture and body. How quick and interesting it is to knit!

For abbreviations and additional information about techniques used, please refer to the book Lacy Little Knits (pp22-23, and 15-21) 1 skein of Artyarns 5-ply Cashmere, 100% cashmere medium-weight yarn, 1.8oz/50g = Materials 102yd/93m per skein, color #233, deep green. Circular needles: 5mm (size 8 U.S.) or size to obtain gauge, 16"/40.5cm long. Set (4) double-pointed needles: 5mm (size 8 U.S.) or size to obtain gauge Stitch marker Tapestry needle

Gauge Measurements

14 sts and 24 rows = 4"/10cm in Seashell Pattern Always take time to check your gauge. About 18 1/2"/47cm in circumference, unstretched, and 6 1/2"/16.5cm from center top to outer edge.

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Green Seashell Cashmere Hat

Instructions
Pattern Stitches Seashell #1 (worked on 3 sts) Row 1: SSP, transfer remaining st back to left needle, pass second st on left needle over first st (3 sts decreased to 1 st). Then work in this remaining st as follows: *K1 and leave original st on left needle, transfer new st back to left needle, k the transferred new st again (forming a new st on right needle); drop the transferred st from the left needle and keep the original st in place on the left needle. Working into the original st again, repeat from * 4 times more. There are now 5 sts on the right needle. Drop the original st from the left needle (1 st increased to 5 sts). Seashell #2 (worked on 3 sts) Row 1: SSP, transfer remaining st back to left needle, pass second st on left needle over first st (3 sts decreased to 1 st). Then work in this remaining st as follows: *K1 and leave original st on left needle, transfer new st back to left needle, k the transferred new st again (forming a new st on right needle); drop the transferred st from the left needle and keep the original st in place on the left needle. Working into the original st again, repeat from * 3 times more. There are now 4 sts on the right needle. Drop the original st from the left needle (1 st increased to 4 sts). Instructions CAP Starting at outer edge of cap, using circular needle, cast on 65 sts. Join to work in rounds, being careful not to twist sts around needle. Round 1: *K3, p2; repeat from * around. Rounds 2 through 5: Repeat Round 1. Round 6: *Work Seashell Pattern #1, p2; repeat from * around. Round 7: K4, *k2tog, SKP, k3; repeat from * around to last 3 sts, SKP, then combining first and last st of round, k2tog; transfer remaining st back to left needle65 sts. Round 8: Knit around. Rounds 9 through 10: *K3, p2; repeat from * around. Rounds 11 through 25: Repeat Rounds 6 through 10 for 3 times more. Top shaping Note: Change to double-pointed needles when there are too few stitches to work comfortably on circular needle. Round 26: *Work Seashell Pattern #2, p2tog; repeat from * around. Round 27: *K4, p1; repeat from * around. Round 28: *K1, SKP, k1, p1; repeat from * around. Rounds 29 and 30: *K3, p1; repeat from * around. Round 31: *K1, k2tog, p1; repeat from * around. Rounds 32 and 33: *K2, p1; repeat from * around. Round 34: *K2tog, p1; repeat from * around26 sts. Rounds 35 and 36: *K1, p1; repeat from * around. Round 37: *k2tog; repeat from * around13 sts. Round 38: *K1, p1; repeat from * around. Round 39: *k2tog; repeat from * around to last st, k17 sts. Cut yarn, leaving an end for finishing. Thread end into tapestry needle and draw through remaining 7 sts. Draw sts tightly together and fasten off securely. Weave in end.

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Bonus project from Lacy Little Knits Golden Chiffon Openwork Shawl

DESIGNED BY

Iris Schreier

Upon closer inspection, youll see that the interlocking open stitches of this downysoft shawl are enhanced by glimpses of golden filaments. This piece is a perfect entre into the world of knitted lace.

For abbreviations and additional information about techniques used, please refer to the book Lacy Little Knits (pp22-23, and 15-21) 1 skein of Artyarns Silk Rhapsody Glitter, 100% silk and 70% mohair/30% silk blend with 100% Materials Lurex metallic strand medium-weight 3-strand yarn, 3 1/2oz/100g = 260yd/238m per skein, color #201G, gold. Knitting needles: 5mm (size 8 U.S.) or size to obtain gauge 12 sts and 24 rows = 4"/10cm in Openwork Lace Pattern Always take time to check your gauge. About 38"/96.5cm wide and 20"/51cm to point

Gauge Measurements Size

About 40"/101.5cm long by 13"/33cm wide, lying flat without stretching. Because of loose lace pattern, scarf can be stretched in length or in width.

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Golden Chiffon Openwork Shawl Instructions


Pattern Stitch Openwork Lace Pattern (Even number of sts) Row 1: K1, *yo, SKP; repeat from * across to last st, k1. Rows 2 through 8: Repeat row 1. Rows 9 through 12: K across. Two garter stitch ridges formed. Repeat these 12 rows for pattern. Instructions Cast on 40 sts. Work in Openwork Lace Pattern until piece measures about 40"/101.5cm, unstretched, or until yarn is almost used up, ending with a Row 8 of pattern. Bind off all sts. Cut yarn. Weave in yarn ends.

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Bonus project from Lacy Little Knits

One-Skein Capelet

DESIGNED BY

Iris Schreier

This quick knit will warm the shoulders and look lovely. Find a beautiful matching shawl pin for a spectacular finish.

For abbreviations and additional information about techniques used, please refer to the book Lacy Little Knits (pp22-23, and 15-21) 1 skein of Artyarns Silk Rhapsody, 100% silk and 70% mohair/30% silk blend medium-weight 2Materials strand yarn, 3 1/2oz/100g = 260yd/238m per skein, color #2201, variegated burnt orange. Circular needles: 5mm (size 8 U.S.) or size to obtain gauge, 24"/61cm long. Stitch marker Stitch holder Shawl pin (optional)

Gauge Measurements

14 sts and 32 rows = 4"/10cm in Garter Stitch Always take time to check your gauge. About 21"/53.5cm across straight edge of back.

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One-Skein Capelet
Instructions
Pattern Stitches Garter Stitch Knit every row. Lace Pattern (even number of sts) Row 1: *Yo, SKP; repeat from * across.

Instructions
CAPELET Note: This capelet is made in 3 steps: back triangle, first side panel, and second side panel. Step 1: Back triangle Cast on 3 sts. Work back and forth in rows on circular needle throughout. Row 1: K1, inc 1, p14 sts. Row 2: Inc 1, inc 1, PM, k1, p16 sts. Row 3: Inc 1, k to marker, RM, inc 1, PM, k to last st, p18 sts. Row 4: Inc 1, work Lace Pattern to marker, RM, inc 1, PM, work Lace Pattern to last 2 sts, k1, p12 sts increased. Row 5: Inc 1, k1, work Lace Pattern to marker, RM, inc 1, PM, work Lace Pattern to last 3 sts, k2, p1 - 2 sts increased. Row 6: Repeat Row 4. Row 7: Repeat Row 5. Row 8: Repeat Row 4. Rows 9 through 14: Repeat Row 3. Row 15: Repeat Row 5. Rows 16 through 19: Repeat Rows 4 and 540 sts at end of Row 19. Repeat Rows 9 through 19 twice, then repeat Rows 9 through 14 once96 sts. Slide the stitches to opposite end of needle and transfer half the stitches to a stitch holder, leaving the stitches on the side with the working yarn on needle; remove the marker. Slide the remaining 48 stitches back so the working yarn is positioned to work next row. Step 2: First side panel Rows 1 through 8: Sl 1, work Lace Pattern to last st, p1. Rows 9 and 10: Sl 1, k to last st, p1. Row 11: Inc 1, k to last 2 sts, p2tog. Row 12: Sl 1, k to last st, p1. Rows 13 and 14: Repeat Rows 11 and 12. Repeat these 14 rows 5 times more. Bind off loosely. Cut yarn. Step 3: Second side panel Transfer sts from holder to needle. Attach yarn to neck edge (top point of back triangle). Work same as for first side panel, repeating step 2. FINISHING Weave in yarn ends.

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Bonus project from Lacy Little Knits

Lace Wrap

DESIGNED BY

Iris Schreier
For abbreviations and additional information about techniques used, please refer to the book Lacy Little Knits (pp22-23, and 15-21) 3 (4, 5) skeins of Artyarns Regal Silk, 100% silk lightweight yarn, 1.8oz/50g = 163yd/149m per Materials skein (shown in color #139, variegated blues and greens) Circular needles: 4.5mm (size 7 U.S.) or size to obtain gauge, 24"/61cm long Stitch marker Stitch holder

Gauge Size

16 sts and 36 rows = 4"/10cm in Garter Stitch Always take time to check your gauge. Small (Medium, Large) Note: Sizes are indicated here only to suggest how much yarn is needed, but the instructions allow you to customize the wraps to fit all sizes from small through large. Bust: About 36 (40, 44)"/91.5 (101.5, 112)cm Length: 14 (16, 18)"/35.5 (40.5, 45.5)cm

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Lace Wrap
Instructions
LP Pattern Stitch and Notes Lace Pattern Stitch and Notes LPLace Panel. Yo, sl 1, k2tog, psso, yo (3 sts worked over 3 sts). Note 1: When increasing in pattern, a Lace Panel (LP) should be added every time there are 6 sts between the last LP and the edge sts or center sts. Edge sts are defined as the [inc 1] at the beginning of the row and the [k1, p1] at the end of the row. Center sts are the [inc 1] at the center of each row. Note 2: When decreasing in pattern, discontinue working a LP when there are not enough sts to work the full 3-stitch panel, and knit these sts instead. For example, if there are only 2 sts left before a [k2tog] or [p2tog], but the pattern as set would dictate that a LP should be worked, k the 2 sts instead. Note 3: There should always be 3 knit stiches between LPs. Note 4: LPs should line up vertically. Frequently check your knitting to make sure each LP lines up over the one from the previous pattern row. Each LP forms in the previous rows grouping of 3 lace stseasily seen from the eyelet holes. Notice also that LP are worked on odd-numbered rows and sts are knitted on even-numbered rows throughout.

Instructions Step 1: Back triangle with center increases Cast on 3 sts. Work back and forth in rows on circular needle throughout. Step 1: Beginning triangle with center increases Cast on 3 sts. Row 1 (RS): k1, inc 1, p14 sts. Row 2: Inc 1, inc 1, k1, p16 sts. Row 3: Inc 1, k1, inc 1, k2, p18 sts. Row 4: Inc 1, k2, inc 1, k 3, p110 sts. Row 5: Inc 1, LP, inc 1, LP, k1, p112 sts. Row 6: Inc 1, k4, inc 1, k5, p114 sts. Row 7: Inc 1, k1, LP, k1, inc 1, k1, LP, k2, p116 sts. Row 8: Inc 1, k6, inc 1, k7, p118 sts. Row 9: Inc 1, k2, LP, k2, inc 1, k2, LP, k3, p120 sts. Row 10: Inc 1, k8, inc 1, k9, p122 sts. Row 11: Inc 1, k3, LP, k3, inc 1, k 3, LP, k4, p124 sts. Row 12: Inc 1, k10, inc 1, k11, p126 sts. Row 13: Inc 1, k4, LP, k4, inc 1, k4, LP, k5, p128 sts. Row 14: Inc 1, k12, inc 1, k 13, p130 sts. Row 15: Inc 1, k5, LP, k5, inc 1, k5, LP, k6, p132 sts. Row 16: Inc 1, k14, inc 1, k15, p134 sts. Row 17: Inc 1, work (LP, k3) twice, LP, inc 1, work (LP, k3) twice, LP, k1, p136 sts. Row 18: Inc 1, k16, inc 1, PM, k17, p138 sts. Row 19: Inc 1, work (LP, k3) to marker, RM, inc 1, PM, work (LP, k3) to last st, p1. Row 20: Inc 1, k to marker, RM, inc 1, PM, k to last st, p1. Repeat Rows 19 and 20 until triangle measures about 18 (20, 22)"/45.5 (50.5, 56)cm or desired width across base. Now build height as follows: Row 1: Sl 1, work LP as established to marker, RM, inc 1, PM, work LP as established to last st, p1. Row 2: S1, k to marker, RM, inc1, PM, k to last st, p1 Repeat Rows 1 to 2, until piece measures about 14 (16, 18)"/35.5 (40.5, 45.5)cm, or desired height from top of neck to base. Step 2: First side panel

Now work each side separately as follows: Remove marker and place the half of the stitches farthest from the working yarn on a holder. Work on remaining sts. Row 1: Sl 1, work LP as established to last st, p1.
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Lace Wrap
Repeat this row for about 14"/35.5cm or until wrap fits around shoulder, measured from the beginning of the panel at neck (point at top of triangle). End at neck edge. Step 3: First triangular tie with center decreases Count the number of sts on your needle. Using Knitted Cast-on Method, cast on an additional number of stitches equal to those already on the needle. Work across all sts as follows: Row 1: K to last st of added group, k2tog (combining last added st with first previous st), PM, k to last 2 sts, p2tog. Row 2: Sl 1, k to marker, RM, k2tog, PM, k to last 2 sts, p2tog. Row 3: S1, work LP as established to marker, RM, k2tog, PM, k to last 2 sts, p2tog. Repeat Row 2 and 3, maintaining LP until only 4 sts remain. Bind off all sts. Cut yarn and weave in ends. Step 4: Second side panel Transfer sts from holder and attach yarn to neck edge. Work to correspond to first side panel, following Step 2 directions. Step 5: Second triangular tie Work to correspond to first triangular tie, following Step 3 directions. FINISHING On each side of garment, fold front tie forward along shoulder line, forming sleeve area at side edge. Be sure to get a comfortable fit for you, keeping the back area flat; then sew the underarm edges together for at least 3"/7.5cm to form the sleeves. The wider the side panels are, the longer the sleeve seam should be to fit well under the arms. This project was knitted with 3 (4, 5) skeins of Artyarns Regal Silk, 100% silk lightweight yarn, 1.8oz/50g = 163yd/149m per skein, color #139, variegated blues and greens.

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