Ride on a Train by J.M. Remy
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Ride on a Train

October 2012
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
6 stitches = 1 inch
in garter stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
385 - 600 yards (352 - 549 m)
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Ride on a Train has been designed to show off hand spun yarn or an amazing skein of hand dyed yarn to the fullest. The design is fully reversible and can be knit to any length desired. It is knit sideways using garter stitch, a reversible over-the-edge cable pattern and short row shaping to create a large crescent shaped scarf/shawl.

The easily memorized pattern makes this knit an ideal trip knit. It is a completely reversible, no-fuss piece that can be made as long as desired. The green/grey/white sample is made from handspun yarn and is approximately 90” long and 14” deep at the deepest point and has 50 increase repeats. The pink/green/brown sample is made from commercially spun yarn and is approximately 72” long and 12” deep and has 43 increase repeats.

8 ounces of any fiber in any colorway from Greenwood Fiberworks
or 8 ounces of your favorite fiber.

Size US 5 (3.75 mm) 24” circular needle

1- Tapestry needle
1- Cable Needle (or DPN)
1- Spindle or Spinning Wheel with appropriate bobbins
1 - Stitch Marker

Alternate Yarn:
~550 yards of fingering weight yarn

NOTE: Any weight yarn may be used by adjusting needle size, however, yardage will also vary with yarn weight. You may also knit a smaller version if you only wish to use one skein of yarn.

Stitches Used:
Garter Stitch
Yarn Over
Wrap & Turn
Reversible Cable
Knit two together

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