PieceWork Sept/Oct 2015
A Hat Inspired by Sansa to Knit
A Hat Inspiried by Sansa to Knit-REVISED
Medallion Russian Shawl to Knit
Medallion Shawl Key REVISED
Jane Austen Knits 2015
Prettyish Wilderness Shawl
The second flower chart repeat (under the chart) should say repeat 8 times = it should be a total of 9 flowers the second section).
Flower and Vine Reticule
Where the instructions say: “Work Rnds 1-26 of Vine Cable chart, then work Rnds 1-20 of chart once more.” It should read instead: “Work Rnds 1-26 of Vine Cable chart, then work Rnds 1-22 of chart once more.”
Knitting Traditions Spring 2015
Serpula Contortuplicata Socks
1x2x1 Cable Right: Slip 3 to cable needle, hold in back, knit 1. Slip the 3 stitches on the cable needle back to the left needle. Slip 1 to cable needle, hold in front, purl 2, knit 1 from cable needle. 1x2x1 Cable Left: Slip 1 to cable needle, hold in front. Slip 2 to second cable needle, hold in back, knit 1, purl 2 from second cable needle, knit 1 from first cable needle.
Gerard’s Seaman’s Scarf
Most charts are written with Row 1 (and all odd numbered rows) being the right side. However, some charts begin with Row 1 being on the wrong side. You will begin reading the chart on the left hand side, with Row 1. Row 2 of the chart is read from right to left as usual. Many lace charts begin on the wrong side. This simply gives you a “resting row” before starting any intricate patterning.
PieceWork May/June 2015
Silken Fog Stole
The materials section indicates two skeins, but with a slightly heavier skein, only one will be needed. The actual yardage needed is approximately: 1,626 yards. This is based on the yardage per skein at 95 grams and the weight of the finished stole.