Hello! To anybody checking here for Errata - there is indeed an error in the pattern instructions, involving the transition between charts F and G. The instructions should be as follows:
After finishing the 4th repeat of chart F, follow these instructions:
Continue Chart C as established, at the same time working:
Rows 1-10 of Chart F (Chart C rows 1-10)
Then work rows 1-10 of Chart G (Chart C rows 11-20)
Then work rows 11-30 of Chart G four times (or more if you have worked Chart E more times than indicated) (Chart C rows 21-40, then 1-20, then 21-40, then 1-20)
Then work rows 31-50 of Chart G one time. (with Chart C rows 21-40)
Lastly work chart H rows 1 to 72. Bind off final sts and block.
ESTUARY - description
An estuary is a fertile place, a junction between riverine and ocean habitats, where the mixing of fresh and salt water creates a gradated ecosystem which nurtures thousands of species.
Estuary is an in-between, watery piece of lace that inhabits the space in between scarf and shawl. If you object to the grandma-ish shape of a triangular shawl, this could be a perfect accessory for you.
Knit in one piece from end to end, Estuary features two lace stitch patterns of my own design. The pattern includes simple instructions for how to adjust the sizing to achieve a larger or smaller or longer finished piece, or work the pattern in heavier or finer yarns.
Find it in Knitty First Fall 2012
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