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Orixa

Andrea Rangel Knits
Knitting
March 2013
Light Fingering / 3 ply ?
16 stitches and 29 rows = 4 inches in Lace Faggoting Stitch Pattern using smaller needles
US 3 - 3.25 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
775 - 930 yards (709 - 850 m)
Sizes S (M, L); shown in size S; To Fit bust circumference: 28-36 (37-45, 46-52) in/71- 91.5 (94-114.5, 117-132) cm
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Orixa is a graceful statement piece designed to add warmth on those chilly spring and summer evenings. Knit it in a bright jewel tone and it’s the perfect complement to jeans and a cute tank; in an elegant neutral it’s alluring with eveningwear. You can wear it as a tubular scarf as well. Choose a luxury yarn like Hazel Knits Divine (Merino/Cashmere/Silk; shown) for beautiful drape.

Scalloped lace edges the cuffs, and mock-cable lace elegantly accents the neckline. Easily-memorized stitch patterns add interest to the knitting process and look deceptively complicated when finished. With seams for added stability. Lace patterns given in charted and written instructions.

Blocked Gauge:
16 sts/29 rows = 4 in/10 cm in Lace Faggoting Stitch Pattern using smaller needle
25 sts/28 rows = 4 in/10 cm in Fan Shell Lace Stitch Pattern using larger needle

Sizes and Finished Measurements
Sizes S (M, L); shown in size S; model shown has 31 in/79 cm bust circumference
To Fit bust circumference: 28-36 (37-45, 46-52) in/71- 91.5 (94-114.5, 117-132) cm
Length cuff-to-cuff: 52.5 (56.5, 61.5) in/133.5 (143.5, 156) cm

Materials
775 (855, 930) yd/710 (780, 850) m fingering weight yarn

Shown in Hazel Knits Divine (75% Merino, 15% Cashmere, 10% Silk; 400 yd/366 m per 115g skein)
Color: Zest; 2 (3, 3) skeins

Needle sizes are recommendations only. Always use needle size necessary to obtain gauge.

US #3/3.25 mm needles
US #6/4.25 mm needles

tapestry needle
place markers

Skills
working lace using charted or written instructions, decreasing, working lace on both right and wrong sides, grafting using Kitchener stitch, seaming