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I do not understand the chart- at all! If Row 135 begins with K1,P1,K1,P1,K1 and ends that way- what happens to the 133 stitches on either side of the middle of the scarf. Could you write in long form Rows 135, 136 and 137 to get me started?
The middle shaded part is the repeat. So row 135 goes k1 p1 k1 p1 yo *k1 yo k4 Sk2tog, psso k4 yo* k1 yo k1 (this is the middle) yo *k1 yo k4 Sk2tog, psso k4 yo* k1 yo p1 k1 p1 k1
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Amadeit, thank you very much.
I didn't see anything in the pattern about what to do in the end with the provisional cast on and Kitchener stitches? Is it self-evident? Where do I look for what to do with those in the pattern?
The kitchener marks the center part of the border; you need to join them to make them straight. Kitchener allows for no seams at that part.
Hai.. I'm trying to knit the pattern, but i have difficulties to understand the edging part. could you explain to me what's the meaning of ''no stitch'' on the row 135? Thanks
I just got to the row 135 and I'm stuck, i don't understand the chart, if you figure it out please post how you did it
I guess that the white part of the chart are repeats
Is the green part the repeat?
Hi everyone, sorry I haven't answered sooner. Grey parts should be ignored, there is no stitch there. The repeats are marked with colors.
I cannot understand the chart. Could you please write out the first few rows to get me started.Row 135: K1,P1,K1,P1,K1- then what- I have 133 stitches before the idle of the scarf- what do i do??
Thank you for the beautifull shawl pattern. Can you tell me where I am supposed to start with te knitting of the shawl. Where can I find the abbreviations of the stitches used in the pattern?
The shawl starts with the top center back.
Thank you so very much for sharing this beautiful pattern!
Hi, beautiful chart - however I am a new chart reader and prefer to use written instructions in conjunction with the chart. Before I get started writing all this out, I need to understand how the chart is laid out. For example: Can you tell me if I understood Row 135 correctly? I exchanged two of the yarn overs for M1... I find that easier for an increase and it still gives me the 'YO look'.R135: S1, P1, K1, P1, M1, K1, (YO, K4, SK2tog, psso, K4, YO, K1), YO, K1, YO, K1, (YO, K4, SK2tog, psso, K4, YO, K1), M1, P1, K1, P1, K1 Anyway, I just want to make sure that to the left of the 'spine' I am repeating the charted row over again and not the 'repeat section'. Thank you!
finally finished the shawl and I answered my own question. I am repeating the charted row over again at the spine.
For this and all other free patterns, you have to "purchase" it just like you would for any Craftsy pattern or class. Then after you check out, it is in your library. Click on the pattern name in your library, then download it (you must have a PDF reader such as Adobe on your computer). Then open the PDF as usual.
Placed this pattern into my library but can't download.
Beautiful shawl...but I cannot find the free pattern offered.
found it! Thanks so much for sharing...I look forward to making this.
I do not see how to print the pattern either.
Perhaps krazygirl could share how she got to the pattern....
Put it in your cart. Transfer to your Craftsy Library. Open the library, download and print.
Thank you very much for the pattern, very gracious. I am going to make one tomorrow.
My guess is that since I am trying to do this from my iPhone I am being blocked due to the little conflict between apple and adobe. I will try again from my computer. It is a beautiful pattern...thAnks!
This is a beautiful shawl and thank you so much for sharing this pattern with us all.
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