Nadeshiko by Leila Raabe
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Nadeshiko

Knitting
April 2016
Lace ?
22 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette stitch
US 4 - 3.5 mm
540 yards (494 m)
70” / 178 cm wingspan x 20” / 50 cm depth at center
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Nadeshiko = Gillyflower in Japanese

A crescent shaped shawl knit in Quince & Co. Piper. After you knit a fan shape with simple stockinette with purl ridges, the fun lace part comes. The lace pattern is simple enough for beginners but creates delicate drape, especially with the soft mohair yarn. It will make a great companion for chilly spring evenings.

Yarn
Heavy lace weight yarn
Approximately 540 yards / 495 m
2 skeins of Quince & Co. Piper (50 % Texas super kid mohair / 50 % Texas superfine merino; 305 yards / 50g).
Sample shown in Odessa

Needle
A US 4 (3.5 mm) 24” / 60 cm (or longer) circular needle or needle to obtain gauge

Gauge (after blocking)
22 sts and 32 rows = 4” / 10 cm in St st
Gauge is not crucial, but final dimensions and yardage used will be affected if gauge differs from above

Size
70” / 178 cm wingspan x 20” / 50 cm depth at center

Tools
Stitch markers (10), tapestry needle, T-pins, blocking wires (optional)

Notes
• Shawl begins with a cast on of 4 sts and shaped outward with increases - first the half-pi method, transitioning into double increases at the two side edges every RS row (with Kfb increases during the textured knit-purl section, double-yarnover increases during the lace sections).
• Additional shaping increases occur at various sections; with the exception of these areas, stitch count will grow at a rate of 4 sts every other row.
• Shawl edges are comprised of St st for the first 3 and last 3 sts of each row, outside of the shawl increases.

Skill Level
4/5

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Thank you!

Piperで編む半月型のショール。最初は簡単な模様編みを編みながら目を増やしていき、最後のお楽しみとしてレース模様が待っています。初心者にも編みやすい、覚えやすい模様でありながら、モヘアの柔らかさも相まって美しいドレープを作り出します。普段モヘアを敬遠しがちな方にもオススメ。少し肌寒い春の夜のお供に。

Yarn
Heavy lace weight yarn 約540ヤード, 495m
Quince & Co. Piper (50 % Texas super kid mohair / 50 % Texas superfine merino; 305 yards / 280m, 50g) 2かせ
サンプル色は, Odessa

Needle
1 × US 4 (3.5 mm) 24” / 60 cm (または, それ以上の長さ)の 輪針
または, ゲージに合わせた太さの針

Gauge (ブロッキング後)
メリヤス編みで22目 & 32段 = 10 cm
ゲージは重要ではないが, もしもゲージが上記と違う場合, 出来上がり寸法と糸量はそれに伴って変わってくる.

Size
出来上がり寸法; 幅178 cm x 高さ 50 cm

Tools
目数マーカー (10), 綴じ針, Tピン, ブロッキングワイヤー (オプション)

Notes
・ショールは4目の作り目で始まり, 外側に向かって, 毎RS 段の両端でそれぞれ2目(テクスチャーパターン部分でKfb の増目, レース模様部分で2目の掛け目) の増目で半月型 (はじめの半分)に広がっていく.
・いくつかのセクションでの追加の増目は, 例外の箇所を 除き, 目数は1段おきに4目ずつ増えていく.
・ショールの端は, 増目部分の外側で最初3目, 最後3目をメ リヤス編みで編んでいく.

Skill Level
4/5

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