Summer and spring scarf in cashmere
I have on a request made an attempt to an English version of the pattern on my cashmere shawl. I wish and really want you to help me to correct any errors in the language. So that we together can make a good version. Pleace write a comment here or email me on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Design: Susanne Ljung
Finished dimensions 25 x 190 cm
Circular needle no. 2.0 100 cm or 120 cm
Yarn: 1 skein 55g Cashmere Silk (55% silk 45% cashmere) from Ullcentrum Oland
Cast on 400 stitches. Insert a marker to highlight/indicate the work/handicraft center. Knit 3 rows in garter stitch.
Now switch to stockinette stitch and knit to the work center + 5 sts, turn. Make 1 yarn over and knit to work center + 5 sts. Turn, 1 yo, knit previous row + 3 sts, turn.
1 YO, work previous row + 3 sts: YO from previous row knit together with the 1st of the 3 m. * Repeat from * - * work out.
When the remaining 56 sts on each side of the work, increasing
1 st every 10 sts.
When there is about 50 m on each side of the work piece one pattern of 3 rows.
When the remaining 15 sts on each side of the work, increasing 1 st every 10 m.
When there is about 9 m on each side of the work piece one pattern of 3 rows.
Cast off with smooth stitches.
Pattern repeat of "Flowers in a row":
Each group of wrapping stitches is 5 with a knitted straight between m = 6 m.
Row 1: Knits this row from the wrong side: 3 edge stitches, 1 k, * insert the strip into the next st as if it will knit k, making 3 YO and pull through, repeat 4 times, 1k *. Repeat * - * across row. Increase in work as before..
Row 2: Knit this from the right side. Continue until the first sts with YO. * Now lift the 5 stitches while the YO are released. Twist around the yarn loosely 2 laps / times counterclockwise around the 5 released wrapping stitches. 1 k * repeat * - * across row. Increase in work as before..
Row 3: Knit this row from the wrong side. Knit all sts in knitting pattern knit, purl other. Increase in work as before..
Here's a video showing how to knit rows 1 and 2.