Oscilloscope - A Thin Blue Line by Lynne Sosnowski
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Oscilloscope - A Thin Blue Line

Knitting
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.

Purchasing A Thin Blue Line as a collection saves you 40% over buying the patterns individually. Early buyers of the collection will receive the additional designs to be added at no extra cost. With each pattern addition the price of the collection will increase by $3.00. A month after all five patterns are released, the collection price will be set at $17.95 - the equivalent of getting more than one pattern for free.

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.