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Vendanges

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  • Short Rows

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Vendanges, the French word for grape harvesting in a vineyard, was inspired by my parent's vineyard and the beautiful scenery I have the chance to witness every year at this very special event. As this event takes place during the Fall, I always need to cover my shoulders as the evening sets in. This simple yet pretty shawl was inspired by such need, with just the right touch of feminine rusticity. This design comes in two classic shapes and yarn weight. The triangular shape uses a heavier DK weight yarn and more yardage while the crescent shape uses a lighter sport weight yarn and less yardage. The pleats in this design are shaped with short rows, and may constitute the perfect first short row project for the knitter wanting to try this essential technique. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Increase/decrease using M1R and k2tog. Knit / purl Working short rows Bind off / cast on GAUGE 20 sts over 28 rows blocked in garter stitch over 4 inches square SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Triangular shape : 52'' long by 20'' wide Crescent shape : 60'' long by 11'' wide SUGGESTED YARN 360 yards of Sport weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Madelinetosh Pashmina COLORWAY Amber Trinklet

Recommended with this pattern

  • Triangular shape: 450yds of DK or wool OR 2 skeins of Madelinetosh Tosh DK (DK weight, 100% superwash merino, 225 yds per 100gr skein). Sample shown used 'Dusk'.
  • Crescent shape: 360yds of Sport weight wool OR 1 skein of Madelinetosh Pashmina (sport weight, 75% merino, 15% silk, 10% cashmere, 360 yds per 100gr skein). Sample shown used 'Amber Trinklet'.
  • Needles : US size 6 (4mm) long straight or circular 29 inches or longer

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Tricotbec
Tricotbec
I have been designing since 2008 and started being more professionally interested during the year 2010. I focus my designs on my own selfish interests: garments and accessories for boys (or unisex, of course), women and occasionally men. Find all of my patterns on my website: www.tricotbec.com Follow my progress and stop to leave a comment or suggestion on my blog!