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exclusive:PArT 4bayberry WrapThe fourth and final part of our lace shawl patternby Sarah Hatton completes the delicate edgingWE’RE DELIGHTED to bring you the finalinstalment of Sarah Hatton’s snugglywrap in soft, warm Rowan Pure Wool4ply. Created with three central sectionsand two lace borders at each end, here weexplain how to create the lace edgingsalong the length of the scarf. Sarahprovides instructions for sewn-on andknitted-on versions of this edging.Our next knitalong project will be acable sampler throw by Judy Furlong.PART 4SEWN-ON EDGECast on 6 sts.Row 1 (WS): K1, yfwd, K2tog, K2, (yfwd)twice, K1. 8 sts.Row 2 (RS): K1, (K1, K1 tbl) into doubleyfwd of previous row, K2tog, yfwd, K3.Row 3: K1, yfwd, K2tog, K5.Row 4: Cast off 2 sts (1 st remains onright-hand needle), K2tog, yfwd, K3.These 4 rows set pattern.Cont in patt until edging fits along entireside edge of shawl when slightly stretched.Slip stitch in position.Work second side to match.KNITTED-ON EDGENote: I would recommend picking up 1 stevery 2 rows up edge of shawl.Cast on 6 sts, with RS facing, pick up stfrom edge of shawl and pass last st of edgingover this st.Row 1 (WS): K1, yfwd, K2tog, K2, (yfwd)twice, K1. 8 sts.Row 2 (RS): K1, (K1, K1 tbl) into doubleyfwd of previous row, K2tog, yfwd, K3,with RS facing pick up st from edge of shawland pass last st of edging over this shawl st.Row 3: K1, yfwd, K2tog, K5.Row 4: Cast off 2 sts (1 st remains onright-hand needle), K2tog, yfwd, K3, withRS facing pick up st from edge of shawl andpass last st of edging over this st. 6 sts.These 4 rows set patt, rep from row 1.Cont in this way until edging has beenworked all the way up side of shawl, endingwith RS facing for next row.Cast off.Work second side to match. vSIZE240cm long by 40cm wide (95in by 16in)YARNRowan Pure Wool 4ply (4ply weight;100% superwash wool; 160m/50g balls)Framboise (456) 8 x 50g ballsNEEDLES & ACCESSORIES1 pair 4mm (uK 8/us 6) knitting needlescable needle (cn)1 set 4mm (uK 8/us 6) circular needles1 set 4mm (uK 8/us 6) double-pointedneedles (DPNs) - optionalTENSION24 sts and 32 rows to 10cm over st st using4mm needlesFor stockists and abbreviations, see p91Side edging of shawl canbe knitted directly ontothe edge of the shawl,or sewn on separatelyThe Knitter 36 Issue 28TKN28.knitalong 10361/6/11 4:07:12 PM


subscriberexclusiveDo join us on Ravelry, where Sarah Hattonwill be popping by to offer advice andanswer queries about the pattern.www.ravelry.com/groups/the-knitterThe Knitter 37 Issue 21TKN28.knitalong 10371/6/11 4:07:16 PM

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