Flying Duchess KAL in Ambah’s group. Knit in company.
Inspired by my favourite colour combination, and love of stripes and geometric patterning, Flying Duchess is a elongated shawl that can be worn around the shoulders or with the point at the front and the longs arms wrapped around and tied.
Knit from the bottom up, Flying Duchess begins with geometric lace simple enough for an adventurous beginner and interesting enough to keep an accomplished knitter entertained. Simple decreases shape the shawl at the centre and the ends. Knit in DK/8ply weight yarn, this project moves along quickly.
The Flying duchess is a long scarf, see the schematic for full dimesions.
Width in Centre: 30cm/11.8:
Legnth measuring along the bottom, longest part 240cm/94.4”
Yarn: DK / 8 ply, 194m / 210 yards each of colour A, B and C.
Sample used: Oyster Yarns, Duchess. (DK / 8 ply, 75% Merino, 20% Silk, 5% Silver Stellina.
194m / 212 yards / 100 grams)
1 skein each of Honey, Silver Fox and Secrets at Midnight.
5mm / US 8 32” / 80cm circular needles to hold a large number of stitches.
Notions: 2 stitch markers
16 sts and 36 rows = 10cm/4” in blocked garter stitch. Gauge is not crucial for this project; however, variations in gauge will affect finished measurements and yardage required.
This pattern has been Tech Edited and Test Knit.
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