A bit of princess/Ein bisschen Prinzessin by Kathrin Pohnke
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A bit of princess/Ein bisschen Prinzessin

Knitting
October 2016
Sport (12 wpi) ?
26 stitches and 37 rows = 4 inches
US 4 - 3.5 mm
1804 - 1865 yards (1650 - 1705 m)
230 x 100 cm
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Ich habe mit BC Garn gestrickt (Lauflänge 155m/50g 50% Baumwolle/50% Schurwolle)

Ich habe insgesamt an Wolle benötigt:
50g mint
50g eukalyptus
50g heide
100g weiß/natur
300g rosa (es waren 5 ganz Knäule und ca. 1/3 vom 6. Knäuel)

Benötigtes Werkzeug: Stricknadeln Nr. 3,5 mm, Wollnadel

Schwierigkeitsgrad: - rechte und linke Maschen, Umschläge, Hebemaschen - Maschen aufnehmen

Das Tuch hat zwar fünf Farben, es wird trotzdem nur eine Farbe zur Zeit gestrickt.

Die passende Wolle und auch ein Strick-Set aus Anleitung und Wolle, gibt es unter www.oceanandyarn.de

Vielen Dank an meine tollen Teststricker.


“A bit of princess”

An entertaining knit, featuring a mix of five colors (only one used at a time) and stitch patterns with texture and lace as well as a ruffled edge – for the little princess in you! Instructions are fully written out row by row – you don’t need to be able to read charts in order to knit this shawl, as the pattern doesn’t contain any.

As with all of my patterns, this pattern has been tech edited, test knitted and professionally translated.

Required skills: cast-on, knit, purl, yarn overs, slipped decreases, slipped stitches, elastic bind-off (explained).

Colorways and yarn amounts used:
300 g [10.6 oz] BC Garn Selba in color “rosa” (pink)
100 g [3.5 oz] BC Garn Selba in color “weiß” (white)
50 g [1.75 oz] BC Garn Selba in color “heide” (heather)
50 g [1.75 oz] BC Garn Selba in color “eukalyptus” (eucalyptus)
50 g [1.75 oz] BC Garn Selba in color “mint” (mint)

I wish you lots of fun with your “A bit of princess ” shawl – while you knit it and when you wear it.

I’m very curious how your shawl will turn out. If you want to, I would be glad to receive a photo of your finished shawl to show on my website www.oceanandyarn.de. This way, others may enjoy, too, what you’ve created. Of course I will only mention what you have allowed me to publish, such as first name/town. It’s up to you how much you want to divulge.