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ExclusiveSUBSCRIBERONLYJellyfishCrescent shawl by Anniken Allis is shaped using short rowsA BEAUTIFUL lace pattern resembling thedelicate shapes of jellyfish adorns the wideborder of this shawl. The crescent shape isachieved by working a combination ofshort rows and decreases. “For a deepershawl, work more repeats of the lacepattern, bearing in mind that more yarnwill be needed,” says the shawl’s designer,Anniken Allis.WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONSFOR CHARTRow 1 (RS): Sl 1 wyif, K8, *yo, SSK, K12;rep from * to last 10 sts, yo, SSK, K8.Rows 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24 and 26(WS): Sl 1 wyif, K1, P to last 2 sts, K2.Row 3: Sl 1 wyif, K6, K2tog, yo, *K1, yo,SSK, K9, K2tog, yo; rep from * to last 10 sts,K1, yo, SSK, K7.Row 5: Sl 1 wyif, K5, K2tog, yo, K1, *K2, yo,SSK, K7, K2tog, yo, K1; rep from * to last 10sts, K2, yo, SSK, K6.Row 7: Sl 1 wyif, K4, K2tog, yo, K1, yo,*sk2po, yo, K1, yo, SSK, K5, K2tog, yo, K1,yo; rep from *to last 10 sts, sk2po, yo, K1,yo, SSK, K5.Row 9: Sl 1 wyif, K3, K2tog, yo, K1, yo, SSK,*K1, K2tog, yo, K1, yo, SSK, K3, K2tog, yo,K1, yo, SSK; rep from * to last 10 sts, K1,K2tog, yo, K1, yo, SSK, K4.Row 11: Sl 1 wyif, K3, *yo, SSK; rep from *once more, yo, *sk2po, (yo, K2tog) twice,yo, K3, (yo, SSK) twice, yo; rep from * tolast 10 sts, sk2po, *yo, K2tog; rep from *once more, yo, K4.Row 12: Sl 1 wyif, K1, P3, *yo, P2tog; repfrom * once more, P1, *(SSP, yo) twice, P5,(yo, P2tog) twice, P1; rep from * to last 9 sts,*SSP, yo; rep from * once more, P3, K2.Row 13: Sl 1 wyif, K5, yo, SSK, yo, *sk2po,yo, K2tog, yo, K7, yo, SSK, yo; rep from * tolast 10 sts, sk2po, yo, K2tog, yo, K6.Row 14: Sl 1 wyif, K1, P5, yo, P2tog, P1,*SSP, yo, P9, yo, P2tog, P1; rep from * to last9 sts, SSP, yo, P5, K2.Just one skeinof laceweightyarn is neededRow 15: Sl 1 wyif, K7, yo, *sk2po, yo, K11,yo; rep from * to last 10 sts, sk2po, yo, K8.Row 17: Sl 1 wyif, K1, yo, SSK, K5, *K7, yo,SSK, K5; rep from * to last 10 sts, K6, K2tog,yo, K2.Row 19: Sl 1 wyif, K2, yo, SSK, K4, *K5,K2tog, yo, K1, yo, SSK, K4; rep from * to last10 sts, K5, K2tog, yo, K3.Row 21: Sl 1 wyif, K3, yo, SSK, K3, *K4,K2tog, yo, K3, yo, SSK, K3; rep from * tolast 10 sts, K4, K2tog, yo, K4.Row 23: Sl 1 wyif, K1, K2tog, yo, K1, yo,SSK, K2, *K3, K2tog, yo, K1, yo, sk2po, yo,K1, yo, SSK, K2; rep from * to last 10 sts, K3,K2tog, yo, K1, yo, SSK, K2.Row 25: Sl 1 wyif , K2, K2tog, yo, K1, yo,SSK, K1, *K2, (K2tog, yo, K1, yo, SSK, K1)twice; rep from * to last 10 sts, K2, K2tog,yo, K1, yo, SSK, K3.Row 27: Sl 1 wyif, K1, *K2tog, yo; rep twomore times, K1, *K2, (yo, SSK) twice, yo,sk2po, (yo, K2tog) twice, yo, K1; rep from *to last 10 sts, K2, *yo, SSK; rep from * twomore times, K2.Row 28: Sl 1 wyif, K1, P1, *SSP, yo; rep from* once more, P3, *P2, (yo, P2tog) twice, P1,(SSP, yo) twice, P3; rep from * to last 9 sts,P2, *yo, P2tog; rep from * once more, P1, K2.Row 29: Sl 1 wyif, K1, *K2tog, yo; rep from *once more, K3, *K4, yo, SSK, yo, sk2po, yo,K2tog, yo, K3; rep from * to last 10 sts, K4,*yo, SSK; rep from * once more, K2.Row 30: Sl 1 wyif, K1, P1, SSP, yo, P5, *P4,yo, P2tog, P1, SSP, yo, P5; rep from * to last 9sts, P4, yo, P2tog, P1, K2.Row 31: Sl 1 wyif, K1, K2tog, yo, K5, *K6,yo, sk2po, yo, K5; rep from * to last 10 sts,K6, yo, SSK, K2.Row 32: Sl 1 wyif, K1, P to last 2 sts, K2.SHAWLLACE BORDERUsing the long-tail cast-on over two3.5mm needles, or an alternative verystretchy method, cast on 383 sts.If using the long-tail method, K 3 rows.If using an alternative then K 4 rows.Work rows 1-32 of chart twice. Row 1 ofchart is the RS of your work.GARTER STITCH SHORT-ROW SHAPINGRow 1 (RS): K203, turn. 180 sts.Row 2 (WS): Sl 1 wyif, K22, turn.Now work RS and WS rows as foll:RS row: Sl 1 wyif, K to 1 st before lastturning point, SSK, w&t. 1 st dec.WS row: Sl 1 wyif, K to 1 st before lastturning point, SSK, w&t. 1 st dec.Rep last 2 rows until all sts have beenworked. 293 sts.Cast off using the Russian Cast-Off.FINISHINGWeave in ends and soak shawl in lukewarmwater. Gently squeeze out the excess waterin a towel. Stretch to shape and size andpin in place. Leave to dry thoroughlybefore unpinning.The Knitter 32 Issue 55


SUBSCRIBEREXCLUSIVEChart32302826242220181614121086423025201510SIZE31Inner crescent: 142cm (56in)Outer crescent: 29 257cm (101in)Depth at centre back: 44cm (17in)27YARN25Rooster Delightful Lace23(Laceweight; 80% baby alpaca, 20% silk;800m/874yds per 21 100g skein)Callao (610); 1 x 100g skein19NEEDLES & 17ACCESSORIES1 pair 3.5mm (UK1510-9/US 4) circularneedles, 80cm long13TENSION11One pattern repeat of chart is approx.8½cm x 9cm.9Exact tension is 7not crucial but will affectyardage required5SPECIAL TECHNIQUES3Russian Cast-Off: K2, *slip both sts back to1LH needle, K2tog tbl, K1; rep from * to end.5For stockists and abbreviations, see p90Shallow crescentshape helps the shawlto hang neatlyAre youmaking thisproject?Share your progress atwww.TheMakingSpot.com/TK-55The lace stitchis both chartedand written outCHARTChart323028262422201816141210864230252015105312927252321191715131197531KEYKeyK on RS, P on WSP on RS, K on WSyoK2tog on RS, P2tog on WSSSK on RS, SSP on WSSlip purlwise wyifSl1, K2tog, psso on RSSl1 wyif, P2tog, psso on WSPattern repeatThe Knitter 33 Issue 55

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