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Tiling Koi


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  • Intarsia

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This is a design based on M. C. Eschers work that you knit in one piece, theres no sewing involved at all! The intarsia technique makes this possible. If you are familiar with working from a chart, have access to a colour printer - which is necessary to print the coloured charts -, consider yourself a fairly experienced knitter and are in the mood for a very detailed, delicate and somewhat different knit, you will like this pattern! It comes in a scarf and in a cowl version. The scarf uses fingering, the cowl lace weight yarn. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY working from a chart You will learn: the intarsia technique increases decreases bobbles SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Sizes: Scarf[cowl] shown in black/grey[blue/green] Finished measurements: Length: 161.5 cm (63.5 in)[146.5 cm (57.5 in)] Width: 26.5 cm (10.5 in)[29 cm (11.5 in)] SUGGESTED YARN 558 yards of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Lang Yarns, Baby Alpaca COLORWAY 719.0004 + 719.0005

Recommended with this pattern

  • US#0/2 mm circular, 12/30 cm or longer; alternatively 2 straight needles (for edging
  • US#1/2.5 mm[US#1/2.25 mm] circular, 12/30 cm or longer; alternatively 2 straight needles (for main part)
  • Box with at least 6 drawers or 12[16] clothes pegs or 12[16] bobbins (to work the intarsia)

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janukke Strickdesign
janukke Strickdesign
Knitting for me is all about experimenting, trying new things, re-discovering old stuff and mixing everything together. I also like a challenge when I knit. I enjoy immensely to have an idea and to think: Yes, this would be nice but it is impossible to do. - Then I find a way to do it. It is just wonderful that I can write down my ideas at home, upload them here on Craftsy and instantly share them with other knitters all around the world. I so love the internet!