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Caramel Frappé is a crescent-shaped shawlette worked in timeless stockinette, adorned with a delicate lace hemline, first seen on my Evening Glory skirts.
The fun, on-the-go construction allows you to enjoy your favorite cup of coffee while working with your long-treasured skein (or two).
Starting with the lace hemline knitted sideways, the stitches are picked up along the side, effortless shaping and smooth stockinette form the graceful curve from the bottom up.
The pattern is written for sport weight yarn, merino or its blends. Also included is information on how the shawlette’s size and yarn requirements can be easily customize by using different yarn weights (light fingering to aran), needle sizes and gauge.
How do you take your Frappé?
Light fingering to aran weight yarn, merino or its blends with such as silk, alpaca, or cashmere.
Samples shown use:
Brown (M): Malabrigo Arroyo (sport), Coffee Toffee color.
Red (M): Madelinetosh Feather (light fingering), Cherry colorway.
Pink/purple (S): Colour Adventures Exquisite sport, Bleeding Heart colorway.
- light fingering: - (390) yds / - (360) m
- fingering/sport: 320 (510) yds / 290 (470) m
- DK: 340 (490) / 310 (450) m
- worsted/aran: 360 (450) yds / 330 (410) m Yardage is a generous estimate.
S (M) - child to adult
Size S (sport) shown on 8 years old model.
Note: the pattern includes suggestions on how to adjust size.
Measurements: sport weight, sizes S (M)
wingspan: about 34(48)” / 86(122) cm
length (top edge): about 46(59)” / 117(150) cm
depth (at the center): 12(14)” / 30.5(35.5) cm
Measurements are taken from relaxed fabric after blocking.
- smaller needles 32 or 40” (80 or 100 cm) circulars or size to obtain gauge in St st
- larger needles DPNs, or straight, or 20” (40 cm) circulars
Gauge: St st before blocking
light fingering: 24 sts/30 rows on US 4 (3.5 mm)
fingering/sport: 22 sts/28 rows on US 6 (4 mm)
DK: 21 sts/26 rows on US 6 (4 mm)
worsted/aran: 19 sts/24 rows on US 8 (5 mm)
stitch marker, stitch holder, scrap yarn, crochet hook, tapestry needle, pins or/and blocking wires.
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- Charted and written instructions
- Detail explanation of techniques used
- Helpful tips on blocking, alternating skeins and adjusting size
- Information needed to work with light fingering; fingering/sport; DK; worsted/aran yarn weights
Please, read entire pattern before printing to save ink and paper. There is a chance you will not need to print every page.
Please print page 3 in full color to preserve important pattern information.
Please, highlight the numbers that apply to your size and yarn weight to avoid any confusion.