Dreaming Ondine by Marina Orry

Dreaming Ondine

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January 2011
Aran (8 wpi) ?
31 stitches and 23 rows = 4 inches
in pattern stitch, see notes
US 8 - 5.0 mm
one size.
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The first time my best friend saw this scarf, she said : « It looks like the reflection of sunlight on a waterfall… Why don’t you call it Dreaming Ondine ?».
Ondines are water nymphs from germanic mythology and are usually found on forest pools or waterfalls. Some people say that we can hear their songs over the sound of water.
Dreaming Ondine is a mid-length cabled scarf that mixes the simplicity of the big central cable — a classic knit cross — to the intricacy of lateral half-diamonds which are worked with knit-purl and purl crosses.
This scarf will be your best ally to brave approaching wintry weather: she’s warm and soft, like Ondine’s voices !

Size : One.

Difficulty : Piquant.

Finished measurements :
Width: about 6.25 inches (unblocked)
Length: about 64 inches (unblocked)

Materials :
— 1 set US #8/5mm straight needles.
— 1 cable needle (c. n.)
— Tapestry needle.

Suggested yarn :
Biscotte & Cie, Gobelin 100% superwash merino; 202 yd/185 m per 115 g hank; color: Emeraude; 2 hanks.

Gauge :
Gauge is not crucial.
31 sts/23 rows = 4” in pattern stitch