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Norderneys Stil-Bruch

Knitting
July 2013
Fingering / 4 ply (14 wpi) ?
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
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This pattern is available in German and English.

Für Euch!
Als 3. Element in dieser Anleitung ,,Norderneys Tunika”
für die Größen 36 - 44
Diese Tunika bekommt Leben durch zwei gleiche Tücher.
Ich wünsche Euch viel Freude damit.

Material:
2x 250g 100Farbspiele, 4 fädig, 900m,
Nadelstärke 3,5 / 120m
10 Druckknöpfe.


Dieses Tuch ist entstanden während meines Kuraufenthaltes auf der Insel Norderney. Inspiriert von Wellen, Sand und Meer.
Zuhause angekommen habe ich mich an die Feinheiten gemacht bei denen mich Katharina unterstützte, die mir auch die Anleitung ins Englische übersetzt hat, vielen Dank dafür!

Technik:
Verkürzte Reihen.

Nützlich wären,
8 silberne, eine bunte Sicherheitsnadel, die steckst nur einmal als Orientierungspunkte. (geht auch ohne)

Das Tuch bietet in der Mitte, zwei verschiedene Spitzenlösungen, ab einem bestimmten Punkt entscheidest du dich für eine der beiden Varianten.
Die 10-seitige Anleitung ist wie immer gut bebildert und einfach zu verstehen.

Für das kleine Tuch aus 4-fädiger Sockenwolle benötigst du ca. 150g. 3er Rundstricknadel 120cm.
Spannweite des Tuches 150 cm.

Für das große Tuch aus Gradient von Schoppel 300g und Unisono von Zitron 100g. 4er Rundstricknadel, mindestens 120 cm.
Spannweite des Tuches 210 cm.

Viel Spass beim Nachstricken.

Eure Peti


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I designed the original shawl during a sanatorium stay on the German isle of Norderney, inspired by waves, sand and the ocean.

Easy-to-follow row-by-row description.
German short row technique explained.
Two different possibilities for the ending (easy “slope”) or slightly more complicated “fanned out” tip)

Materials:
300 gr (4 oz) 10-ply (gradient) Schoppel
100 gr (4 oz) 5 ply (Unisono) Zitron


or:
100 gr (3.5 oz) 4-ply solid (color flow) Ferner sock yarn
100 gr (3.5 oz) 4-ply solid (turquoise) colored sock yarn
100 gr (3.5 oz) 4-ply solid (petrol) colored sock yarn
50 gr (1.75 oz) 4-ply solid (black) sock yarn for the rests
Safety pins: 8 silver colored ones and one differently colored
Circular needle 3 mm (between US 2 and 3), at least 120 cm (48 inches) long
Total weight of finished shawlette: 130 grams (4.6 oz)

Good pattern for very long color repeats (as in Kauni or Aade long) - in this case, use only 2 colors: long repeat yarn for MC and solid for rests.


NEW! Especially for you: The third part:
An additional bonus pattern has now been added to the Norderney shawlette pattern - a ruana made from two identical Norderney shawlettes.

The ruana instructions are on pages 11 to 16 of the new PDF. Shawlette instructions (pages 1 to 10) stay the same and don’t have to be printed again - no corrections to the original pattern, just more pages for the additional instructions to make the ruana-style tunic.

The tunic will fit a European size Größe 36 – 44 (US Ladies 6 to 14). You will be knitting two of the same shawls and seaming them together in the center (pictures included at the end of the pattern). Hidden snap closures may be added for two different wearing options. For even more wearing options, crocheted cords or knitted i-cord may be worked from the remnants of the shawl yarn and decorated with beads.
For a nice flow and pliability, the ruana is not seamed under the arms. Wear it any way you like!

Materials for the tunic:
I used from 100 Farbspiele, 2 skeins in colorway ,,Am Lagerfeuer“ (“at the campfire”), 4ply, 250 g (8.8.oz), 900 m (985 yards) each.
Circular knitting needle 3.5 mm (US4), about 120 cm (48 inches) long.
I started one of the skeins from the outside and one from the inside, thus eliminating the need for an additional rest yarn. I had leftovers of about 50–60 grams from each of the two 250 g skeins.

UPDATE INFO: If you bought this pattern before, you don’t need to buy it again. When you receive the update notice by e-mail, go to your library and press the green update button - but don’t hit the update button before the e-mail comes because then it might be the old version. The new version has 17 pages.