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JUNE 2008
#155

Project 3: Giotto Drop Stitch Shawl
Pattern Stitch B
Row 2 (WS)
: K1, K across dropping all yos, to last st, K1.
Shawl
Beg Pattern
*Work Row 1-2 Pattern Stitch A. Rep from * 8 more times [9 repeats total].
**Work Rows 1-2 Pattern Stitch B. Work [Row 1-2 Pattern Stitch A] 6 times.**
Rep from ** to ** until desired length is reached, ending with Pattern A worked the full 6 times repeat.
BO all sts loosely.

Project 9: Beaded Clutch
GAUGE
30 sts x 37 rows = 4”

Project 17: Savannah
BACK
CO 87 (99, 111) sts. Next row (WS): Knit.
Size Small only: Next row (RS): K2, K2tog, K3, work Row 1 of Chart A, rep patt 6 times across row, end K4, Sl 1, K1, psso, K2. [85 (-, -) sts rem].
Size Medium only: K1, work Row 1 of Chart A, rep patt 8 times across row, end K2. [- (99, -) sts rem]
Size Large only: K1, K2tog, K3, work Row 1 of Chart A, rep patt 8 times across row, end K4, Sl 1, K1, psso, K1. [ - (-, 109) sts rem].
All Sizes: Purl 1 row. Next row (RS): K6 (1, 5) work Row 1 of Chart A, rep patt 6 (8, 8) times across row, end K7 (2, 6). Rep these 2 rows 1 (3, 5) more times. Dec row (RS): K1, SSK, work to last 2 sts in patt, K2tog, K1. Work 5 (9, 13) rows even in patt. Next row (RS): Work Dec row as above. Work 3 rows even in patt. Rep these 4 rows, 4 more times [72 (87, 97) sts rem]. Inc row (RS): K1, M1, work to last 2 sts, M1, K1. Work 3 rows even in patt. Rep these 4 rows. once more. Next row (RS): Work inc row as above. Work 5 rows even in patt. Rep these 5 rows, 3 more times [85 (99, 109) sts]. Work even in patt until piece meas 13 1/4 (14, 15)” from CO, ending on a WS row."

Shape Armholes and cont in patt to end of back.

Click here for revised Chart B

Project 20: Fitted Tee
Shape Sleeve Cap
BO 6 (7, 7, 7) sts at beg of next 2 rows and 0 (0, 3, 4) sts at beg of next 2 rows. BO 2 sts at beg of next 10 (4, 0, 2) rows. Work Dec Row every other row 4 (9, 12, 11)) times. BO 2 sts at beg of next 6 (2, 2, 6) rows and 3 sts at beg of next 0 (4, 4, 2) rows. BO rem 18 (18, 20, 22) sts.

Project 21: Loungewear Set
MATERIALS
Top: 2 (2, 3) 113g (335 yd)
skeins Red Heart/Coats & Clark Luster Sheen (100% acrylic) color #0007 Vanilla

APRIL 2008
Issue 154

Project 7: Sea Flower Shawl
Row 20 should read as follows:
Rnd 20: *K1, YO, K3, YO, SSK, K7, K2tog, YO, K3, YO; rep from * to end [120 sts]. Row 20 appears correctly on the chart.

Changes to the KEY
The symbol V indicates the knitter should [K1, YO, K1] into the same st, rather than [K1, P1, K1] into the same stitch as printed in the magazine. Click here for new stitch KEY

Project 9: Promise of Spring
Right Front
Work until piece meas same as Back. Place rem 15 (18, 22, 26, 31) sts on a stitch holder.
Click here for the corrected chart. (PDF format)

Project 12: Gypsy Shawl
When working Chart 1 on body of shawl, work Rows 1-60 as charted. Then rep Rows 37 - 60 three more times as charted. Work Rows 37-40 once more, and proceed to Border 3 pattern.
Click here for updated chart. (PDF format)

Project 18: Slant on Nature
GAUGE: 18 sts x 34 rows = 4” in GARTER ST.

Project 21: Cable & Lace Pullover Vest
BACK
Establish Pattern

(Corrections shown in bold type)
Row 3: K5 (11, 6, 10, 5, 11) *yo, sl1, K2tog, psso, yo, K8; rep from * 6 (6, 8, 8, 10, 10) times, yo, sl1, K2tog, psso, yo, K5 (11, 6, 10, 5, 11).

Row 7: K5 (11, 6, 10, 5, 11) *yo, sl1, K2tog, psso, yo, K1, CB6, K1; rep from * 6 (6, 8, 8, 10, 10) times, yo, sl1, K2tog, yo, psso, yo, K5 (11, 6, 10, 5, 11).

Project 24: Fun in the Sun
Establish Pattern #1
Row 5: K1, k2tog, k2, yo, skp, yo, *k1, yo, k2tog, yo, k2, SK2P, k2, yo, skp, yo; rep from * to last 8 sts, k1, yo, k2tog, yo, k2, skp, k1.s

Project 28: Allergic to Wool Tee Top
Next rnd: K 30 (32, 34, 36, 36), alm, work 1x1 rib over 20 (20, 20, 21, 22) sts, slm, K30 (32, 34, 36, 36), slm, work 1x1 rib over rem 20 (20, 20, 21, 22) sts. Rep this rnd 1 (2, 2, 3, 3) more times.

Project 34: Cabled Carpet Bag
MATERIALS LIST
8, 100g ( 82 yd) hanks Alpaca With a Twist Big Baby (100% baby alpaca) color #Kentucky Blue

DESIGNER NOTES
The seed stitch should be maintained as much as possible through out the entire piece. So Row 2 & 4 should be seed stitch during the seed stitch repeat and purl through the cable section (when on the wrong side).


BAG
CO 144 sts. Row 1 (RS): Work 7 sts in Seed st, C4B, C4B, K2, work 110 sts in Seed st, C4B, C4B, K2, work 7 sts in Seed st. Row 2&4: P. Row 3 (RS): Work 7 sts in Seed st, K2, C4F, C4F, work 110 sts in Seed st, K2, C4F, C4F, work 7 sts in Seed st. Rep Rows 1-4 until piece meas 16” from CO. BO all sts.

FEBRUARY 2008
Issue 153

Project 4: Lace Pullover Vest
BACK
With smaller ndls, CO 88 (100, 112, 121, 133, 145) sts. Beg Seed St rib as foll: Row 1 (WS): P1, * K2, P1; rep from * to end. Row 2: *K2, P1. Rep from * across, ending with K1. Rep Rows 1-2 until piece meas 1 3/4 (1 3/4, 2, 2, 3, 3)” from CO, end after a RSR.

Project 10: Harbinger of Spring
BACK
Eyelet Row (RS): K1, *yo, K2tog; rep from * across row. Work in St st for 5 rows. Inc 1 st each end of next and every foll 12 (12, 14, 14) rows 5 times, and at the same time, work 3 rows of Flower Bud pat, then P1 row, K 1 row, P 1 row. Rep Eyelet Row.
BACK
. . . Inc 1 st at each end of next and foll 12 (12, 14, 14) rows 5 times . . .

Project 11: Double Front Jacket
BACK
…place row marker [90 (104, 110, 116) sts.] Work 1 RSR.
Establish St st pat (WS): Purl.


Project 22: Strawberry Swirl
MATERIALS
5 (5, 6, 7) 100g (184 yd) balls Kraemer Yarns Naturally Nazareth (100% wool) color #Y1305 Summer

Project 29: On Your Toes
LEG
"Repeat last 10 rounds 6 times more, then dec round once [60 sts].
Redistribute sts evenly on all 4 needles [15 sts each ndl].
Cont even until sock from CO meas 18”.

Project 30a: HAT
Work only the ribbing on the smaller (Size 5 US) circular needles. After the 2” of ribbing, change to the gauge circular needles (Size 7 US). Switch to the Size 7 US dpns as needed.

Project 30b: MITTENS
Work only the ribbing on the smaller (Size 5 US) dpns. After the 3” of ribbing, change to the gauge dpns (Size 7 US).

Project 30c: SCARF
Work scarf on Size 7 US needles.

 

DECEMBER 2007
Issue 152

Project 9: Cable-Knit Cardi
RIGHT FRONT
CO 48 (52, 55, 59, 61) sts. Purl 1 row. Establish patt as foll: Row 1 (RS): K1, *work Row 1 of Lace Panel Chart, P2; rep from * once, work Row 1 of Lace Panel Chart once more, P0 (4, 7, 11, 14), K1. Row 2: P1, K0 (4, 7, 11, 14) sts, work Row 2 of Lace Panel Chart, *K2, work Row 2 of Lace Panel Chart; rep from * once, P1. Cont in patt, maintaining selvage sts at beg and end of row, and work as for Back until piece meas 13" from CO, end after WSR.
Shape Armhole
Dec 1 st at END of every RSR 3 times – 45 (49, 52, 56, 58) sts. Work until piece meas 18(18.5,19,20,20) " from CO edge ready to work a RSR.
Shape neck
while at the same time when piece meas 20 (20 1/2, 21, 22, 22) beg shaping shoulder as for Back: BO 31, finish row. Dec 1 st at neck edge every 3 rows 4 times.


LEFT FRONT
CO 48 (52, 55, 59, 61) sts... [rest of pattern is correct from this point]

CLICK HERE FOR REVISED KEY

Project 11: Ruffle Wrap
BODY
With largest size circ ndl, CO on 178 sts very loosely.

Project 16: King George Cabled Pullover
In key on page 131, 6th line should be "front", not "back. CLICK HERE FOR CORRECTED KEY

Project 24: Urban Lace Silk Wrap
Note regarding error in Main Body Chart:
Row 1 is the RS row
Row 2 is the WS row;
All odd rows in Main Body Chart are RS Rows, all even rows are WS rows. CLICK HERE FOR CORRECTED CHART

Project 26: Color Block Kimono Jacket
SIZES
Jacket is sized to fit X-Small (Small, Medium, Large).
There is no X-Large size.

Project 32: Bobble & Lace Trim Pullover
BACK
With smaller ndls, CO 73 (89, 97, 105, 113) sts.
Row 1 (WS): K4, MB, *k7, MB; rep from * to last 4 sts, k4.
Row 2: Knit.
Row 3: K1, yo, K2, sskp, *K2, yo, K1, yo, K2, sskp; rep from * to last 3 sts, K2, yo, K1.
Row 4: Knit.
Rep Rows 3 & 4 twice more.
Next row (WS): K1, K2tog, sskp, *K5, sskp; rep from * to last 3 sts, K2tog, K1 [53 (65, 71, 77, 83) sts].

sskp = sl 2 sts as if to knit, K1, pass the slip sts over.

Project 34: Waffle Scarf
MATERIALS
1, 100g (250 meters or approx 274 yd) skein Wagtail Yarns 7-Ply Kid Mohair (100% kid mohair)

Project 38: Icicle Hat & Warmers
Materials:
HAT: 2, 50g (38 yd) skeins Plymouth Yarn Sinsation (80% rayon, 20% wool) color #3300 White (MC)
WARMERS: 2, 50g (38 yd) skeins Plymouth Yarn Sinsation (80% rayon, 20% wool) color #3300 White (MC)

Project 38B: Icicle Warmers
Edging
Next rnd: With 2 strands held tog, kf&b of each st – 56 sts..

Project 39: Peppermint Twist Socks
Key text is wrong for chart; chart is ok. Text should read: Skip first st on LH and reaching behind work, knit 2nd st tbl, leaving 2nd st on LH ndl, K skipped st tfl, drop both sts from RH kdl tog.

OCTOBER 07
Issue 151

Project 7: Seacalin Coat
BACK
Establish Pattern
Next row (RS): K5 (8, 11, 14), [P6, K8] 3 times, P6, K5 (8, 11, 14).
Row 2: P5 (8, 11, 14), [K6, P8] 3 times, K6, P5 (8, 11, 14).

Project 21: Something Fishy

BACK
Mark Armhole
PM each side of work for underarm. Cont even until armhole meas 5 ¼ (5 1/2, 6, 6 1/2)" from marker.


Project 33, Knitted Cable Tunic

PATTERN STITCH
Cable 4 Fron
t (multiple of 9 (11, 13) sts +7)
Row 1 (WS): K3, P1, *K2 (3, 4), P4, K2 (3, 4), P1; rep from *; end K3.

FRONT/BACK (after BODY)
Next row (RS)
: P3, K1, *P4, K4, P4, K1; rep from * end P3. CO 67 sts. Next row: K10, P4, K4, P1, *K4, P4, K4, P1; rep from *, end K3. CO 67 sts. [271 (284, 297) sts]. Next row (RS): K10, K4, P4, K1, *P4, K4, P4, K1; rep from * to last 18, K4, P4, K10. Next row: K10, P4, K4, P1, *K4, P4, K4, P1; rep from * to last 18, end K4, P4, K10. Rep these two rows, cont patt from Right Sleeve and crossing sts every fourth row, for 26 (34, 42) more rows.

Project 36: Stripes for Baby

LEFT FRONT
Shape Neck

Next row (WS): BO 7 sts at neck edge, P to end of row. Work 1 RSR. Next row (WS): Dec 1 st at neck edge EOR 4 times – 16 (18, 20, 22) sts.

Cardigan: Adriafil / Plymouth Yarn Co Knit Col (100% superwash wool) color #44
Baby Socks: Adriafil / Plymouth Yarn Co Knit Col (100% superwash wool) color #46

 

AUGUST 2007
Issue 150

Project 5: Sweater of Many Colors
Back
Slip sts from holder to larger 29" circular ndls, Purl 1 row. At beg of next RSR, dec 1 st at neck edge as foll: K2tog, work to end. Purl 1 row. Rep these two neck shaping rows, 3 more times. Cont in St St until piece meas 10 1/2 (11,12,12 1/2, 13 1/2, 14)" from CO, end with WSR.

Project 9: Top Drawer

KNITTED MEASUREMENTS
Bust 32 (36, 40, 44)
Length 22 1/2 (23 1/2, 24 1/2, 26)"
Upper Arm 16 (17, 18, 19)"

DESIGNER NOTES
The designer notes as stated in the issue were printed in error; there are no Designer Notes for this project.

Project 10: Surprise Pullover

MATERIALS
Knit One, Crochet Too Paintbox colors #4 and #18 were used for Woman’s version
Knit One, Crochet Too Paintbox colors #2 and #17 were used for Man’s version

Project #11, Tri-Finca Leaf Shawl

Edging
Designer Note:
The knitted edging is attached to body as it is worked. On each WS row, knit to last st of border patt, slip last st kwise, lift selvage from body knitwise, insert left hand needle down front of both sts, and k2tog tbl.

Working with one end of circular needle and one dpn, cast on 13 sts onto circular needle with held body sts. With WS facing, beg at top right edge, work rows 1-28 of edging chart eight times. Do not break yarn. Work one full repeat of edging over mitered point as foll:

Row 1 (WS): knit across row, attaching last st to shawl as for body. Turn.
Row 2: k2, [yo, k2tog] twice, k1, [yo, ssk] twice, yo, k2.
Row 3: k12, turn.
Row 4: [yo, k2tog] twice, k2, [yo, ssk] twice, yo, k2.
Row 5: k11, turn.
Row 6: yo, k2tog, k3, [yo, ssk] twice, yo, k2.
Row 7: k10, turn.
Row 8: k4, [yo, ssk] twice, yo, k2.
Row 9: k9, turn.
Row 10: k3, [yo, ssk] twice, yo, k2.
Row 11: k9, turn.
Row 12: k3, [yo, ssk] twice, yo, k2.
Row 13: k9, turn.
Row 14: k3, [yo, ssk] twice, yo, k2.
Row 15: k19, turn.
Row 16: k1, [yo, k2tog] twice, k5, ssk, [yo, k2tog] 3 times, k1
Row 17: k10, turn.
Row 18: k1, ssk, [yo, k2tog] 3 times, k1.
Row 19: k10, turn.
Row 20: k1, ssk, [yo, k2tog] 3 times, k1.
Row 21: k10, turn.
Row 22: k1, ssk, [yo, k2tog] 3 times, k1.
Row 23: k10, turn.
Row 24: k1, ssk, [yo, k2tog] 3 times, k1.
Row 25: k11, turn.
Row 26: yo, k2tog, ssk, [yo, k2tog] 3 times, k1.
Row 27: k12, turn.
Row 28: yo, k2tog, yo, SK2P, [yo, k2tog] 3 times, k1.

Beginning again with Row 1 of edging chart and joining last st of first row to remaining selvage of point, repeat 28 Rows along remaining side from point to opposite top corner, eight times. End Row 28. Do not break yarn.

Project 17, Shades of Summer

NECKLINE AND SHOULDERS
Rnds 6 – 8: Rep Rnds 2 to 4 - 144 (144, 144, 160) sts.

YOKE
Rnd 9
: Change to Color B. Knit to marker. *yo, slm, K1, yo, knit to marker. Rep from * to end of rnd, with double inc (made by YO) at each marker except center back.

Project 19: Quilted Lattice Hoodie

Designed by Kristin Omdahl exclusively for Knit ‘N Style.

Project 23: Fashionista Cardigan

BACK
Shape Shoulder

BO 18 (22, 25, 30, 33) sts at beg of next 2 rows. BO rem 30 (30, 32, 32, 34) sts.

Project 32: Nancy Feminine Tunic

MATERIALS
2 (3, 3) 227g (600 yd) balls The Schaefer Yarn Co Nancy (95% merino wool, 5% nylon)

KNITTED MEASUREMENTS
Bust 34 (38, 42)"
Length 21 1/2 (23, 24 1/2)"
Upper Arm 17 (18, 19)"

Project 33: Peaches ‘N Cream

LACE PATTERN
Row 8: K2tog, *yo, K3, yo, sl 1, K2tog, psso; rep from *, end yo, K3, yo, ssk.

CARDIGAN FRONTS
Make one, reverse one. CO 21 (27, 29, 33) sts. Keep 1 (1, 2, 1) sts at each end in St st as selvage sts. Work in Color Sequence as for Back until piece meas 7 (8, 9 1/2, 9 1/2)".

Shape neck
BO at neck edge at beg of EOR: 2 (4, 4, 5) sts 2(1, 1, 1) times, 0 (3, 3, 2) sts 0 (1, 1, 2) times, 0 (2, 0, 0) sts 0 (1, 0, 0) times, then dec 1 (1, 1, 1) st EOR 3 (3, 4, 4) times. Work until piece meas same as Back. Place rem sts on a stitch holder.

Project 34B: BEAR
HEAD
Rnd 21: K4, K2tog, K8, ssk, K8, k2tog, K8, ssk, K2, place next 4 sts on stitch holder (these are the first 2 and last 2 sts of the rnd which will be the bear’s forehead), turn; P14 (these 14 sts just worked will be worked flat for the first ear), place next 4 sts on stitch holder.

JUNE 2007

Project 21: Trellis Lace Vest
LEFT FRONT
Shape Neck
Work in pattern to last 3 sts, K2tog, K1. Dec 1 st at neck edge EOR 14 (11, 10, 18) more times, and every 4 rows 4 (7, 8, 5) times AND AT THE SAME TIME, when Front meas same as Back to armholes, BO 6 (7, 8, 10) sts at armhole edge once, BO 2 (2, 3, 3) sts 1 (2, 2, 2) time(s) and dec 1 st at armhole edge 7 (8, 10, 10) times [13 (15, 16, 15) sts rem when all shaping is complete]. Work even until piece meas same as Back to shoulder shaping. Shape shoulder as for Back.

Project 27: Viva La Violet!
BODICE STITCH
Row 1 (RS): *K4, P4; rep from * across row.
Row 2 (WS): As presented, P the P sts and K the K sts.
Row 3-4: Rep Rows 1-2.
Row 5: *P4, K4; rep from * across row.
Row 6: Rep Row 2.
Row 7-8: Rep Rows 5-6.
Rep Rows 1-8 to form the Bodice St.

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APRIL 2007

Project 1: KNITTED Springtime Jacket
BACK
Shape Shoulders

BO 4 sts each armhole edge 3 times, then BO 3 (4, 4, 5, 6) sts each neck edge once.

Project 6: Cabled Cardigan
Download correct Cable chart and key in PDF format

Project 10: Sun & Sky Draped Jacket
Designer Notes:
Always work holding two colors of Flake Cotton and one color of Stained Glass together at all times.

Project 11: Quilted Surface Jacket
BACK ONLY
Cont in Quilted Surface Pat over 59 (69, 79) sts for 58 (74, 90) rows.

Project 13: Shire Silk Vest
STITCH PATTERN B
Row 1 (RS): Knit.
Row 2: P4, (K2, P4); rep from * across.
Rep Row 1-2 to form Stitch Pat B.

Project 15: Chevron Shawl

CHEVRON GARTER STITCH
Row 1: *M1 in the first st, K6, sl 1, K1, psso (chevron mid-point), K2tog, K6, inc 1 in the next st. Rep from * across the row.
Row 2: Knit.

CHEVRON STOCKINETTE STITCH
Row 1: *M1 in the first st, K6, sl 1, K1, psso (chevron mid-point), K2tog, K6, inc 1 in the next st. Rep from * across the row.
Row 2: Purl.

COLOR SEQUENCE
Rows 33-36: 4 rows St st with color I (Meteor in Hawaiian Punch).
Rows 73-76: 4 rows  Garter st with color J (Chinchilla in Tulip).

Project 22: Spring Fling  
Knitted Bust Measurement: 36 (43, 50 1/2)"
Knitted Armhole Measurement: 15 (18 1/2, 20)"

Project 28: Flower Garden Sweater
Download correct Lace Pattern chart and key in PDF format

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FEBRUARY 2007

Project 24: Obi in Garter
BACK: CO 40 sts with Felicia. Knit 2 rows.  Beg next row, CO 5 sts at the end of EVERY row 8 (12) times – 80 (100) sts.  

Project 26: Modern Lace With A Swing

GAUGE: 14 sts and 24 rows = 4"x4" over St st

Project 29: Temptation Jacket
LEFT FRONT
With larger ndls, CO 23 (27, 31, 33, 35) sts. Work as for Back until pieces from CO meas 11-1/2 (11-1/2, 12, 12-1/2, 13)".
Shape Armhole
BO 4 (5, 6, 6, 7) sts at beg of next 2 RS rows. BO 1 st beg of next 2 (3, 4, 5, 6) RSRs AT THE SAME TIME, when piece meas 12-1/2 (13, 13-1/2, 14, 14-1/2)" from CO, beg neck shaping.

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DECEMBER 2006
 
#3: Beaded Diamonds Shawl
MATERIALS
1,  100g (1093 yd) skein The Schaefer Yarn Co Andrea (100% silk) color Frida Kahlo

SETTING UP FOR THE BODY
Place marker after the 18th, 36th and 54th st.

Download Correct Key in PDF format. Download copy of the Construction Diagram in PDF format.

#4: Bell Sleeve Cabled Pullover
SLEEVE
Shape Sleeve Cap
(RS) BO 3 (4, 4, 5) sts at beg of next 2 rows – 34 (36, 36, 36) sts rem.
(RS) Dec 1 st each side EOR 9 (10, 10, 10) times – 16 sts rem.
(RS) BO 2 sts at beg of next 2 rows – 12 sts rem.
(RS) BO 4 sts at beg of next 2 rows – 4 sts rem.
(RS) BO rem sts.


#9 Diamond Cable Jacket

Download correct chart and key in PDF format


#10: Shaped Ribbed Sweater
BACK:
Row 7: K1, M1knitwise, K the knit sts and P the purl sts to last 2 sts before marker, skp, sl marker, K3, slip marker, K2tog, K the knit sts and P the purl sts to the last st, M1knitwise, K1.
Row 9: As row 7.
Row 11: K1, M1knitwise, K the knit sts and P the purl sts to 2 sts before marker, P2tog, sl marker, K3, sl marker, P2tog, K the knit sts and P the purl sts to last st, M1knitwise, K1.

#21: A Shrug to Be Noticed
MATERIALS

• 1, 50g (109 yd) ball Universal Yarn Bellagio (60% cotton, 40% polyamide) color #36
• 1, 50g (71 yd) ball Universal Yarn Elite (93% acrylic, 7% metallic) color #BLK
• 1, 50g (62 yd) ball Universal Yarn Glam (97% polyamide, 3% glitter yarn) color #25
• 1, 50g (60 yd) ball Universal Yarn Gypsy Gold (92% polyamide, 8% polyester) color #39
• 1, 50g (82 yd) ball Universal Yarn Jewel (57% acrylic, 28% mohair, 9% cotton, 6% polyester/metallic) color #2
• 1, 50g (120 yd) ball Universal Yarn Pebbles (100% polyamide) color #26
• 1, 50g (83 yd) ball Universal Yarn Precious (96% polyamide, 3 % polyester, 1% glitter) color #15
• 1, 50g (104 yd) ball Universal Yarn Tracks (73% rayon, 14% polyamide, 13% acrylic) color #10

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OCTOBER 2006

#2: Winter Lace Pullover
FRONT
Shape Armhole
Dec EOR 2 (3, 3, 3, 3) times – 41 (45,49,55,61) sts rem.

#6: Kathleen
MATERIALS:
The Great Adirondack Yarn Co Cold Water Dye Fibers Bundle “Starburst"  contains all 8 colors (A-H), which are the same colors as shown on the model.

#14 Tajah
MATERIALS:
Berroco Softwist, 50g (100 yd) hanks (59% rayon, 41% wool)
Berroco Metallic FX, 25g (85 yd) balls (85% rayon, 15% metallic)
Berroco Mirror FX, 10g (60 yd) balls, (100% polyester)
 
#15: Charming
BACK
CO 61 (64, 68) sts. (RS) Beg St st; work even for 6 (8, 6) rows, end with WSR.
Shape Sides
(RS) Beg this row. Dec 1 st each side every 6 (7, 8) rows 6 times – 49 (52, 56) sts rem. Work even for 3 rows, end with WSR.
(RS) Inc 1 st each side every 12 rows 4times -  57 (60, 64) sts.  Work even until piece meas 17 (18, 18 1/2)" from beg end with WSR.
Shape Armholes
(RS) BO 3 sts beg of next 2 rows – 51 (54, 58) sts rem.
(RS) Dec 1 st each side EOR 3 (4, 5) times – 45 (46, 48) sts rem.
Work even until armhole mea 8 (8, 8 1/2)" from beg of shaping, end with WSR.
Shape Shoulders
BO 10 (10, 11) sts at beg of next 2 rows – 25 (26, 26) sts rem for neck. Place rem sts on a stitch holder.
 
FRONT
Work as for Back until armhole meas 3 1/2" from beg of shaping, end with WSR – 45 (46, 48) sts rem.
Shape Neck
Work 18 (19, 20) sts; place center (9, 8, 8) sts on a holder for neck; join a new yarn end and work to end of row. Working both sides at the same time with separate balls of yarn, at each neck edge, dec 1 st every row 4 times, the EOR 4 (5, 5) times – 10 (10, 11) sts rem each side for shoulders.  Work even until armhole meas 8 (8, 8 1/2)" from beg of shaping. BO rem sts at beg of next 2 rows.
 
SLEEVES
CO 46 (46, 48) sts.  Beg St st, work even for 18 rows, end with WSR.
Shape Sleeve
(RS) Beg this row, dec 1 st each side every 20 rows 4 times – 38 (38, 40) sts rem.  Work even until sleeve measures 18 (19, 19)" from CO, end with WSR.
Shape Cap
(RS) BO 3 sts at beg of next 2 rows – 32 (32, 34) sts rem.  (RS) Dec 1 st each side every 3 (3, 2) rows 4 (4, 1) times; then every 4 (4, 3) rows 2 (2, 10) times; then every 3 (3, 0) rows 4 (4, 0) times – 12 sts rem.  BO all sts loosely.
 
COWL
The knit side will show as the right side.  Sew right shoulder seam.  With WS of garment facing (RS of Collar), pick up and K 25 (26, 26) sts from Back neck holder, 18 (18, 20) sts along right Front neck chaping, 9 (8, 8) sts from Front neck holder and 18 (18, 20) sts along left Front neck shaping – 70 (70, 74) sts.  Egin St st; work even until cowl meas 8" from pick up row.  BO all sts loosely.
 
FINISHING
Sew left shoulder and Cowl seam.  Set in sleeves.  Sew sleeve and side seams.  Using yarn needle, weave in all ends.

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AUGUST 2006

#1B Fancy Ribbed Shell
Special Abbreviations
T2R knit into the back of the 2nd st on left hand needle, then into front of 1st st, slip both sts off needle together

#2: Greta
FRONT
..... Shape Armholes:
Maintain lace pattern while working so eyelets remain aligned.  BO 3 [3, 4, 5, 6] sts at beg of next 2 rows: 72 [80, 86, 92, 98) sts.
Dec one stitch at end of each row 8 [9, 11, 14, 19] times evenly over 25 [27, 32, 38, 50] rows, ending with a WS row: 56 [62, 64, 64, 60] sts.
 
SLEEVE
..... Work in demi eyelet pat (see chart):
AT THE SAME TIME, BO 1 [5, 1, 3, 6] sts at the beg of next 2 rows: Dec 1 st at each end of row 10 [13, 17, 20, 25] times evenly over 10 [13, 20, 26, 38] rows, ending with a WSR: 42 [36, 28, 26, 26] sts.  Move center 6 [8, 8, 8, 8] st to a stitch holder.

#7B Open Lace Tank
PATTERN STITCH
Open Lace Pattern
Row 1 (WS): *P2, K1. Rep from * end with P2.
Row 2: Knit.
Repeat Rows 1 & 2 for open lace pattern.

#8 Tie-Front Cardi
LEFT FRONT:
Shape Armhole & Neck
Maintaining pat, BO 6 sts at armhole edge once, then dec 1 st EOR 4 times;
AT THE SAME TIME, dec 1 st EOR at front edge before 4 border sts 6 times;
then dec 1 st at front edge before 4 border sts every 4th row 10 (12, 14) times. 

Work even until piece measures same as Back.  BO rem 20 (22, 24) sts.

#14 Anne Shoulder Scarf
Cast on 8 sts.
Row 1: yo, K across.
Rows 2-6: Rep Row 1.
14 sts on the needle.
Row 7: yo, K1, M1R, K1, pm, K10, pm, M1L, K2. 17 sts on the needle: 4 sts, marker, 10 sts, marker, 3 sts.
Row 8: yo, knit across -18 sts on the needle.
Row 9: yo, K2, M1R, K1, sl marker, M1L, knit to last stitch before marker, M1R, K1, sl marker, M1L, K to the end - 23 sts on the needle: 6 sts, marker, 12 sts, marker, 5 sts.
Row 10: yo, knit across - 24 sts on the needle.
Row 11: yo, K to st before marker, M1R, K1, sl marker, M1L, K to st before the marker, M1R, K1, sl marker, M1L, k to end. 29 sts on the needle.
Row 12: yo, knit across - 30 sts on the needle.

#16 Elegant Florals
Missing from the Materials List: 1 skein Lt Country Blue #9709

#17: Lace Leaf Twin Set
Download chart | Download key  (both are in PDF format)

#20B: Black Hat/Scallop Rose
GAUGE: Please use the manufacturer’s recommended gauge. Tahki Yarn’s web site for the yarn Baby recommends Size 15-17 US needle for a gauge of 2.5 sts/inch (10 sts = 4").  A gauge of 2.5 sts/inch will give a finished head circumference of 24-3/4 inches BEFORE FELTING.  Felting is not an exact science.  The felting process can lose up to 25% of the height and 15% of the width from the finished knitted size.  Therefore, the after felting circumference might be 21" (24.75 – 15% = 21).

#21A: Lacy Camisole
MATERIALS
• Size 5 US needles
• Size 7 US needles
GAUGE
• 22 sts = 4" over St st on larger needles OR SIZE REQUIRED TO OBTAIN GAUGE

¾ Sleeve Shrug
When total length is 30", from the point where 79 sts are on needle, stop working edge sts in ribbing, and begin decreasing extra sts at same rate: decrease 1 st each side edge every 4th row to 55 sts. 
 
Total length is about 35-36".  But you can make it as long as you wish - just stop about 5-6" before the desired total length and begin decreases. 

#21B Shrug
Pattern Stitch Correction
Row 1 (RS): [*(K2tog, yo, k1, yo, sl 1, k1, psso)*; k3, yo, sl 1, k1, psso, k2; rep from * to * once more]. Rep from [ to ] twice more.
Row 3: [*(K2tog, yo, k1, yo, sl 1, k1, psso)*; k1, k2tog, yo, k1, yo, sl 1, k1, psso; k1; rep from * to * once more]. Rep from [ to ] twice more.
Row 5: [*(K2tog, yo, k1, yo, sl 1, k1, psso)*; k2tog, yo, k3, yo, sl 1, k1, psso; rep from * to * once more]. Rep from [ to ] twice more.
MATERIALS
• Size 8 US needles
GAUGE
• 20 sts = 4" over St st on size 8 OR SIZE REQUIRED TO OBTAIN GAUGE

#24 Stone Soup Shrug
DESIGNER NOTES:  The shrug pictured was made up in one color of Schaefer Yarn Elaine and another color of Schaefer Yarn Danya in an alternating stripe pattern. Click here to download corrected instructions in PDF format. (466KB)

#25 Diagonal Bobble Pullover
Additional Instructions for Project: The bobbles are made after the sweater is finished. Bobbles are to be placed on every 10th st of the center row. Using crochet hook E or F, attach yarn with chain st on knitted st. Leave the tail of the yarn hanging for 2-3". Work a dc st but do not finish it (only pull yarn through once). Rep 4 times. There are now 6 sts on the crochet hook. Pull yarn through all 6 sts at once tightly. Cut off working yarn. Pull beg and end yarn to the back and knot them safely together, burying tails in the work.

NOTES FROM THE DESIGNER, Jutta Zuloaga
The schematic for this sweater shows a rectangle, but I really knitted a square. The advantage or dilemma with knitting diagonally is that it stretchs easily in any direction you want. The order of knitting the pieces is important:
 
Knit the Front and Back first. 
Next work the Boat Neck Band (because it adds 1 " more or less to the length of the armhole). 
Lastly, work the Bottom Band.
 
The sleeves are knitted separately, but from the shoulder down to wrist to be able to adjust the length any time easily.  I mark the center stitch of the sleeves to have an easier time when assembling the sweater.
 
Assembly
With RS together, sew 2" seams at the corners of the Boat Neck Band for the shoulders.  Make sure the child's head goes through the boat neck opening easily.

Set the Sleeves
Align the center st of sleeve and the shoulder seam.  Pin in place.  To make my life easier and to avoid taking apart, I sew half the sleeve to the body. Sew from the shoulder seam towards the Bottom Band (on the Front).  Measure up the side seam from the Bottom Band (on the Front) to the bottom edge of the Sleeve.  Attach the sleeve to the Back at the same distance from the Bottom Band as on the Front.  Sew from the shoulder seam towards the Bottom Band (on the Back).
 
I don't like suggesting exact measurements because of the different tensions from different knitters. This might create distortion.
 
There is very little assembling, only the open underarm seams which I crochet together (because I like the look of a nicely finished edge) and closing the side seams with mattress stitch.
 
The bobbles were done last. I added 1 bobble on every 10th st in alternating colors, using a crochet hook.

#28 Harmony Pullover
BACK:
Shape Neck & Shoulder
Next row (RS): Pat 25 (28,30,31) sts.  Turn on these sts only.
Next row: BO 3 sts, pat to end.
Pat 1 row.
Next row: Bo 3 sts, pat to end.  BO rem 19 (22,24,25) sts in pat.
 
Return to sts on HOLD.
Sl next 16 (18,18,20) sts to holder for center Back neck. Rejoin yarn and work 2nd half to match, reversing the shapings.

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JUNE 2006

#7 Aria
PATTERN I:
Row 1: (RS) Knit
Row 2: Knit
Row 3: Knit
Row 4: (WS) K1, *wrap yarn around twice, K1; rep from * to last st; wrap yarn around twice, K1.
Row 5: (RS) P1, *drop BOTH wraps, P1; rep from * to end of row.
Row 6: Knit
Row 7: Purl
Repeat rows 4 – 7 for pattern

#10 Show Stopper Floral Coat
MATERIALS
Replacement yarn for S. Charles Collezione Baci discontinued; instead work with one strand each of following:
6 (6, 7), 50 gm/198 yd balls S. Charles Collezione Ritratto by Tahki/Stacy Charles, Inc. in #14 (A) and
14 (15, 16), 50 gm/83 yd balls of S. Charles Collezione Merino Cable by Tahki/Stacy Charles, Inc. in Black #109 (B)

#11 Cable Jacket with Fur Pompoms
20 (22), 50 gm/83 yd balls of S Charles Collezione Merino Cable in color #122

#12 Twin Set
5 (5, 6), 50 gm/108 yd balls of Tahki Yarns Cotton Classic Colour by Tahki/Stacy Charles, Inc. in #103 (A)
2, 50 gm/ 108 yd balls in #3458 (B)

Project 18: Cap Sleeve Raglan
FRONT
Shape raglans
BO 2 sts beg next 2 rows – 90 (94, 98, 102, 106) sts.
Row 1: K2, ssk, pat to last 4 sts, k2tog, k2.
Row 2: P2, p2tog, pat to last 4 sts, p2togtbl, p2.
Row 3: As Row 1.
Row 4: P3, pat to last 3 sts, p3.
Rep last 4 rows 0 (0, 2, 1, 2) time(s) more – 84 (88, 80, 90, 88) sts.
Row 1: K2, ssk, pat to last 4 sts, k2tog, k2.
Row 2: P3, pat to last 3 sts, p3.
Rep last 2 rows 13 (14, 10, 14, 13) times more – 56 (58, 58, 60, 60) sts.
Shape neck
Row 1 (RS): K2, ssk, pat across 9 (10, 10, 11, 11) sts (neck edge). Turn. Leave rem sts on a spare needle.
Dec 1 st at neck edge on next 2 (4, 4, 6, 6) rows, then on following alt rows 2 (1, 1, 0, 0) time(s), AT SAME TIME, dec 1 st at raglan edge, as before, on following alt rows – 5 sts.
Next row (WS): P5.
Next row: K2, sl1, k2tog, psso.
Next row: P3.
Next row: K1, ssk.
Next row: P2.
Next row: ssk.
Fasten off.

With RS facing, slip center 30 sts onto a st holder. Join yarn to rem sts and work to correspond to other side, reversing all shapings.

#22: Lace Argyle Top
Download correct charts (in PDF format)

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APRIL 2006

Pattern 8: Ulster Lace Coat
Click here to download corrected key


Pattern 13: Textured Lace Shrug
should be Stone Soup Shrug
Click here to download corrected instructions in PDF format. (466KB)

Stone Soup Shrug
(for pictured garment)

SIZES
To fit Misses’ size Small (Medium, Large). Directions are for smallest size with larger sizes in parentheses. If only one figure is given, it applies to all sizes.
stone soup shrug

Pattern 16: Gypsy Cardigan

Cable Pat:
(multiple of 7 + 3 sts; 8-row rep)
Rows 1 and 3: Knit.
Row 2 and all WS rows: K3, *p4, k3; rep from * across.
Row 5: K3, *sl 2 to cn and hold in front, k2, k2 from cn, k3;
rep from * across.
Row 7: Rep Row 1.
Row 8: Rep Row 2.
Rep Rows 1 ­ 8 for Cable Pat.

 

#28: Hooded Pullover

TEARDROP FLOWERS: (NOTE: Crochet 2 large flowers using larger crochet hook and 2 strands B. Make 1 small flower using smaller crochet hook and 1 strand B. Rnd 2 should read: . . . (1 dc, 1 htr, 7 tr, 1 htr, 1 dc)...

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FEBRUARY 2006

#5: Glamaro
GAUGE: 10 sts and 14 rows = 4" with larger needles.

BACK
With smaller needles, cast on 44 (48, 52, 58) sts. Work 2 rows in Garter st. Change to larger needles and continue in St st. Work even in St st until piece measures 14 1/2" from beg end with WSR.

LEFT FRONT
With smaller needles, CO 24 (26, 28, 31) sts. Work 2 rows in Garter st. Change to larger needles. Next row (RS): K across. Next row (WS): K3 (front button band), P to last st, K1 (edge st). Cont as establish in St st for the body, Garter st for the front button band until piece measures 14 1/2" from the beg, eding with a WSR.

SLEEVES
With smaller needles, CO 26 (28, 30, 31) sts. Work 2 rows in Garter st. Change to larger needles and cont in St st. Next RS row: Inc 4 sts evenly spaced across - 30 (32, 34, 35) sts. Inc 1 st each edge every 4 (4, 4, 3 1/8)" 2 (2, 2, 3) times - 34 (36, 38, 41) sts. Work even until piece measures 12" from beg, ending with a WSR.

#11 Balanced Floral Ring Scarf
Row 16: K5, K1 tbl, P4, 1/1 LPC, 1/3 RPC, [P1, K1] 5 times, P1, 3/1 LPC, 1/1 RPC, P4, K1 tbl

#12B: Felted Circular Tote
Designer Notes:
After the short row section (Rows 1-20) is completed, hide all the wrap strands by working up to the first wrapped st.

Find the wrap strand at the base of the st, pick up the wrap strand from the bottom up and then knit into the back of the wrapped st on the ndl.

Knit the strand and the st tog.

TOTE (make two pieces):
Using an invisible CO method, CO 23 sts.
Row 1: K20, WT.
Row 2: K.
Row 3: K18, WT.
Row 4: K.
Row 5: K16, WT.
Row 6: K.
Row 7: K14, WT.
Row 8: K.
Row 9: K12, WT.
Row 10: K.
Row 11: K10, WT.
Row 12: K.
Row 13: K8, WT.
Row 14: K.
Row 15: K6, WT.
Row 16: K.
Row 17: K4, WT.
Row 18: K.
Row 19: K2, WT.
Row 20. K.
Row 21: Knit the row, hiding each wrap strand as you K it (see Designer Notes above) -
             23 sts on your ndl at the end of the row.
Row 22: K.

Rep Rows 1-22 eight more times. BO. Work another piece for the second side of the tote.

 
#28: Fair Isle Yoke Cardigan
 
MATERIALS:
Size 9 US 24" circular needles
Size 10 US 24" circular needles
1 set Size 9 US double pointed needles
1 set Size 10 US double pointed needles

#16: Mozart Cardigan
ROW 11: K6, *sl 4 sts one at a time as if to knit, K3tog tbl, pass each slipped st over, K9; Rep from * across, end last rep K6.
 

DECEMBER 2005

#28: Something More Comfortable
FRONT: When Front measures 3 ½” less than Back to shoulder, bind off 10 sts at neck edge. 
Next RS Row: At neck edge, bind off 5 (6, 7, 7) sts.
Next RS Row: At neck edge, bind off 5 (4, 3, 3) sts
Then on each RS row, dec 1 st at neck edge 3 (4, 5, 6) times. 35 (39, 43, 47) sts remain.
Work even until Front measures same as Back to shoulder. Place all sts on holder.

#19: Peplum with Eyelets
Sleeves:
Row 7: K 4 (5, 6, 7), *k 7, k2tog, yo, k 1, yo, skp, k 7; rep from *, end k 4 (5, 6, 7).
Row 11: K 4 (5, 6, 7), *k 1, skp, k 2, k2tog, yo, k 5, yo, skp, k 2, k2tog, k 1; rep from *, end k 4 (5, 6, 7) – 59 (61, 63, 65) sts.

click for larger imageclick for larger view#20: Wrap Jacket
Correct photos of how jacket should be worn according to given instructions.

Click on image for larger view.

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OCTOBER 2005

#11 Karenlee's Meditation Shawl
MATERIALS: Yarn used should be Lorna's Laces Lion and Lamb.

#16 Zippered Vest & Headlband
RIGHT FRONT: Work as for Left Front, reversing all shaping (armhole and neck), omitting the pocket opening (unless you’d like 2 pockets), and binding off at neck edge at beg of WSRs.

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AUGUST 2005

#12 Splitz Top
BACK: Eyelet row (RS): Sl 1, Seed st over 33 (38, 39, 45) sts, [yo, k2tog, Seed st over 3 sts] 6 (6, 8, 8) times, yo, k2tog, Seed st over 47 (51, 51, 53) sts, ssk, yo, [Seed st over 3 sts, ssk, yo] 6 (6, 8, 8) times, Seed st to end of row.

#16 Trinity Bomber Jacket
RIGHT & LEFT FRONTS: CO 38 (42, 46) sts.

#22 Tank
Pattern Stitch
Vertical Rib (multiple of 4 sts + 2 edge sts)
Row 1 (RS): K1 edge st, *K1, yo, slip 1, K1, psso, K1*, rep from * to *, end with K1 edge st.
Row 2 (WS): K1 edge st, *P1, YRN, P2tog, P1*, rep from * to *, end with K1 edge st.
YRN: Yarn right around needle, (not just over as when you go to purl; you will not have a hole if you 'yarn forward' and you should have a hole)

Repeat Row 1 & 2 for Vertical Rib pat.

Bold text is replacement for text printed in magazine.

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JUNE 2005

#8 Kimono Cardigan
View complete revised instructions
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APRIL 2005

#17 Bella Colour Twin Set
B: SHELL BACK & FRONT: At 7 in. from beginning, work yo row with yo once not yo twice as follows:
Next row: K 4 (1, 3), *yo, place next st on holder, k 8; rep from * to last 6 (3, 5) sts, yo, place next st on holder, k 4 (1, 3).

#18 Chanel Style Jacket
Butterfly Pattern
Row 1: K 1, *wyif sl 5, k 5; rep from *, ending with k 1.

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AUGUST 2004

#9 Tropicana Ruffle Pullover:
Materials * 14 (15, 17), 25gm/55 yd balls of Skacel Tropicana (100% nylon)
Gauge 16 sts=4" with Skacel TROPICANA on smaller ndls in St st.

#11 Tea & Lace:
Bottom Lace Stitch Pattern: Row 12: K 1, * p 1, k 1, p 4, yo skp, k1, yo, s2kp, yo, k 1, skp, yo, p 4, k 1; rep from * 5 times, end p 1, k 1.

Sources of Supply:
America's Alpaca (423) 334-4298

#24 Simple Elegance:
Lacy Pattern: Row 12: Sl 1, k 4, p 1, ssk, k 5, k2tog, p 1; sl marker, [k 1, (k 1, k2tog, yo, sl 2, k 1, p2sso, yo, ssk) across to within 2 sts of next marker, k 2], sl marker; p 1, ssk, k 5, k2tog, p 1, k 5.

#13 Retro Sweater Set:
B SHELL Note: Each block uses 75" of yarn.
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JUNE 2004

#21 Rose Petal Vest:
Back chevron pattern (worked on 40 sts): Row 1 (RS): With A, inc 1 st in first st, k to center 4 sts, k2tog twice, k to last st, inc 1 in last st.

#13 Heat Wave:
Big Cable (panel of 14 sts): Row 1 & all WSRs: K 1, p 12, k 1. Rows 2, 6, 8, 10 & 12: P 1, k 12, p 1. Row 4: P 1, sl 6 sts to cn and hold in front, k 6, k 6 from cn, p 1. Rep Rows 1-12 for Big Cable pat.

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APRIL 2004

#18 V-Neck Sweater:
3x3 Rib Pattern: Rows 4 & 6: P 3, *wyib sl 3 stst purlwise, wyif p 3; rep from * across.

#25 Spring Flowers Toddler Set:
Collar: ..... Edging: With RS of collar facing, rejoin MC at right edge, PU and k 18 sts across shaped and short end, k 51 (63, 67) sts along long edge, PU and k 18 sts along rem shaped and short end - 87 (99, 103) sts.

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DECEMBER 2003

#16 Dotted Rib Sweater:
MATERIALS 1 3/4 oz/110 yd skeins of Cascade Yarns Lana D'Oro.

#10 Maxi's Pot Luck Sweater:
BACK: **First row of squares: .... RIGHT FRONT: .... work only 3 squares (6-8) LEFT FRONT: .... work Squares 4-8. (See corrected chart below.)

corrected pattern

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OCTOBER 2003

#29 Velvet Touch:
Jacket: Yoke: Row 9: With A k 7, with B k across to last 7 sts inc 1 st each side of each seam st, end with A k 7. Row 10: With A k 7, with B k across to last 7 sts to form right on RS, end with A k 7. Cont in est colors working Rows 1-8 with A and Rows 9 and 10 with B (except for first 7 and last 7 sts which are worked in A), cont to inc 1 st each side of each seam st EOR until there are 189 (197) sts...
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AUGUST 2003

Wedgewood Afghan:
Center Panel: With straight ndls, CO 120 sts.

#30 Radiating Throw:
The wrong photo accompanied this project. The correct photo and instructions will appear as #31 in our October 2003 issue.
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JUNE 2003

#21 Java Tank Top:
If you would like a more legible copy of the Chart on page 65, please click here to download the chart in pdf format.

#22 Sunflower Crop Top:
Back: Shape shoulders: BO at each armhole edge at begof EOR: 9 (9, 10) sts twice.

Yarn Shops: Minnesota — Amazing Threads, 427 Third St. SE, Osseo MN 55369 (763) 391-7700.
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APRIL 2003

#11 Rainbow Dots:
Stitch Pattern Rows 1-6 are correct. Rows 7-10: Rep Rows 1-4. Row 11: With CC, k 1, sl 1, *k 5, sl these 5 sts onto cn, wrap yarn around sts 5 times, sl sts onto RH ndl, sl 3 wyib; rep from *, ending last rep sl 1 wyib (instead of sl 3 wyib), k 1. Row 12: With CC, p 1, sl 1 wyif, *p 5, sl 3 wyif; rep from *, ending last rep sl 1 wyif (instead of sl 3 wyif), p 1. Rep Rows 1-12 for pat alternating CC colors on each rep.

#23 Subtle Stripes Sweater:
Designed by Chris Carroll for Schaefer Yarns—Watch for her next design in Issue 126 August 2003.

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FEBRUARY 2003
 
#24 Cardigan & Lace Shell
 
PATTERN STITCH
Row 3: (K2tog, yo, K1, yo, skp, K1) twice, K2 tog, yo, K1, yo, skp.
 
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DECEMBER 2002

#29 Julia's Seasonal Throws
:(page 72)
Kitty and Beaux yarns from S.R. Kertzer

Tahki/Stacy Charles Inc. Phone (718) 326-4433

#19 Devine Wavy Cable Sweater:
Back & Sleeve: Row 12: Rep Row 2.
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OCTOBER 2002

#01 Nicky Epstein's Hooded Coat:
Back Length: 32 in.
Lower Edge Border: With RS facing, using circular ndl size 8 and G, PU and k approx 209 sts along lower edge of Left Front, Back and Right Front. Do not join. K 6 rows with G, then 2 rows with B. BO.

#09 Ribber Pullover:
S. Charles Collezione Micio (not Michio)

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AUGUST 2002

#23 Cute 'n Cotton Surplice Set:
Pattern 2 — Back: Row 1: K1, k2tog twice, * yo, k 1 (4 times), k2tog (4 times); rep from * twice, ending with yo, k 1 (4 times), k2tog, end k 1.
HAT: Shape top (RS): *K2tog, k 10*; rep from * to * across — 66 sts.
Next row (WS): >Purl.
Next row (RS): *K2tog, k 9*; rep from * to * across — 60 sts.
Next row (WS): Purl.
Next row (RS): *K2tog, k 8*; rep from * to * across — 54 sts.
Next row (WS): Purl. Cont dec in this manner on RS, having 1 st less bet decs on each RSR, until 18 sts rem.

Fabulous Fringes (page 10):
Text and photos from Nicky Epstein's Knitted Embellishments published by Interweave Press Inc., 201 E. 4th St., Loveland, CO 80537.
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APRIL 2002

#18 Jessica:
Shape shoulder/neck: BO center 42 sts for neck. Working both shoulders at the same time with separate balls of yarn, BO at each armhole edge at beg of EOR: 4 (6, 7, 7, 10) sts once, then 4 (5, 7, 8, 9) sts twice; AT THE SAME TIME, dec 1 st at each neck edge once.

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OCTOBER 2001

#01 Nicky Epstein's Hooded Jacket:
Before sewing zipper in place, work Front and Hood Border as foll:
Right Front Border: With RS facing, using circular ndl and A, beg at Right Front lower edge, PU and k 3 sts along every 4 rows up Right Front to neck edge having a multiple of 4 sts plus 2. Do not join. Work in rib border same as Back to * *. BO in rib. Left Front Border: Work same as Right Front Border.
Hood Border: With RS facing, using circular ndl and A, PU and k sts around hood, pulling in to desired width around face, having a multiple of 4 sts plus 2. Do not join. Work in rib border same as Back to * *. BO in rib. Sew zipper in place.

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