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Peronel - A crescent scarf to knit


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Peronel is a relatively small scarf which starts as an elongated triangle in a simple lace pattern, then is transformed into an elegant crescent by the more challenging border. Working up quickly and economically in 350-400m of worsted-weight yarn, it is a beautifully wearable shape for any time of year and makes an ideal gift. The main body of the shawl is quite simple, while the border has elements such as embossing, twisted stitches and Estonian gathered stitches, to keep more experienced knitters interested. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Twisted stitches Gathered stitches GAUGE 15 sts and 18 rows per 10cm gives a lightly blocked shawl that measures 160cm tip to tip and 60cm neck to hem at centre. To make a slightly larger shawl, adjust gauge by using a larger needle and/or heavier yarn. You can also make a much larger version by repeating rows 47-83 (repeating these rows adds 4 extra border repeats, approx 20cm to depth neck-to-hem and approx 60cm to length tip-to-tip). SUGGESTED YARN 350 meters of Worsted weight

Supplies Needed

  • yarn needle
  • Optional small crochet hook

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I'm Abigail, a craft addict and teacher living in Aichi, Japan. I originally come from Yorkshire in the UK, but I moved here over 7 years ago and never looked back. I've been making things since I was tiny - I remember sitting on the grass at infant school making 'fairy shoes' from leaves and bits of grass. I've been knitting and sewing since I was 7 - which means I've been a knitter for almost 30 years! Since then I've branched out a bit, learning to cut patterns, handspin, crochet, loom-bead, make wire-wrapped jewellery, needle- and wet-felt, dye, origami and papercrafts, drawing and painting, to name but a few.