Sinfonia das Folhas by Grace Karen Burns

Sinfonia das Folhas

September 2013
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
28 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in not important
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 5 - 3.75 mm
1203 - 1204 yards (1100 - 1101 m)
One size
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This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download
Errata available: /patterns/show

Errata - February 17, 2017
A lovely knitter pointed a mistake on row 1 (set up row for the chart)
Please replace the instruction!
How to set your stitch markers (first row from the chart)
pm = place maker

Row 1: k3,yo, k2tog, p1, pm, (k1tbl, p2, k1, k1tbl, k1, p1), pm, x 8 times, p1, k1tbl, p1, ssk, yo, k3 (70 sts)

Pattern update: May 25, 2015
Please replace the abbreviations as follow:
Row 8: k3, p17., k3.
Row 9: k3, yo, k17., yo, k3.

Instructions for the Bell Ruffle edge:
· Bell Ruffle edge: multiple of 4 sts. + 3

Row 1 and 3: * p3, k1 , repeat from a * . p3
Row 2 and every even rows: knit over knit and purl over purl. Purl the yo.
Row 5: p3, M1.,k1. M1, repeat from * a * , p3
Row 7.: p3, M1, k3, M1,, repeat from * a , p3
Row 9.:
p3, M1, k5, M1, , repeat from a , p3
Row 11.: bind off knitwise

Under request English version is available since April, 11

Pattern contains some written instruction and chart.

No written instruction for the chart.
To help the tracking for the chart, first row is described stitch by stitch with the position of the stitch markers.

Note: As English is not my first language, if you see any mistake or something that is not clear, please let me know.
Enjoy your knitting!

At the beginning of February a friend and Ravelrer saw this pattern for an amazing jacket project and asked me if I could think about the possibility of turning the original pattern into a shawl.

After asking permission from the designer to show my interpretation of her work, I finally came up with the Sinfonia das Folhas (Leaves Symphony) shawl pattern.

A big thank you to Signe S. Simonsen for allowing me to use her pattern as an inspiration and to Filcona´s owner for allowing me to publish the pattern.

Another big thank you to the lovely model who posed with the shawl.

Top down construction and half-circle shape
Gauge is not particularly important with this pattern. The sample pictured has a span of about 165 cm width