Oscilloscope - A Thin Blue Line by Lynne Sosnowski

Oscilloscope - A Thin Blue Line

May 2018
Lace ?
32 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette in the round on smaller needles.
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
US 2 - 2.75 mm
1250 - 1330 yards (1143 - 1216 m)
One size (9"/23cm x 63"/160cm), but length/yardage is adjustable.
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An oscilloscope depicts changes in electric current. Oscilloscope the infinity scarf lets knitters change from easy, soothing stitching to a brief bit of colourwork, and then back to easy stitching again.

Oscilloscope is cast-on provisionally, knit in the round with a small stranded colourwork section, and then is joined/grafted with the kitchener stitch.

Oscilloscope as shown uses 3 skeins of the specified main colour (MC) and 80 yds of a contrast colour (CC), but is generously sized and may be made correspondingly shorter with a smaller amount of lace weight yarn. For best results, MC should be darker than CC.

Yarn Requirements: Lace weight yarn with approximately 464 yd/424m per 50g.
Main Colour (MC): 1250 yds/1145 m. Shown in Diamond Luxury Collection Pima Lino Lace (3 skeins), 60% pima cotton, 40% linen, colour #300.
Contrast Colour (CC): 80 yds/73 m. Shown in Diamond Luxury Collection Pima Lino Lace, 60% pima cotton, 40% linen, colour #7750.

Needles: One US 1.5/2.5 mm circular, 16 in/40 cm long, or size needed to obtain gauge, and one US 2/2.75 mm, 16 in/40 cm long for colourwork section.

Notions: Small amount of waste fingering weight yarn, stitch markers, darning needle.

Gauge: 32 stitches and 36 rounds per 4 inches in stockinette stitch on US 1.5/2.5 mm needles.

This pattern has been professionally photographed and tech-edited.