Something Lady Mary Might Wear by Kellie Nuss

Something Lady Mary Might Wear

Knitting
May 2015
Lace ?
32 stitches and 64 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch
US 1 - 2.25 mm
800 yards (732 m)
1.75 inches wide by 45 inches long
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This is an exploration of knitted jewelry without beads in the fabric, and was inspired by a piece I saw on my favorite fancy British costume drama. To give drape and richness, I chose an amazing yak/silk blend yarn called Shangri-La by Bijou Basin Ranch. To imitate the look of a fully beaded fabric, I decided to work garter stitch with a single strand of the yarn. That meant some tiny knitting, but it’s only over 15 stitches so the work went quickly. To create interest, I added delicate intarsia designs. This is basically a very narrow scarf that is wrapped around the front of the neck first, forming a choker look, then the long ends cross at the back of the
neck and are brought to the front to drape gracefully down the front of the body.

Finished Sizes
Scarf measures 1.75” wide by 45” long.

Yarn
Sample was made with Bijou Basin Ranch Shangri-La in
colors Amethyst (A) and Pearl (B).
400 yds in each of two colors - Lace or fingering weight

Needles
2.25 mm (US #1) needles

Notions
Size 11 Seed Beads (optional for fringe)

Gauge
32 sts and 64 rows = 10 cm (4”) in Garter Stitch

Skills Required
• Basic intarsia

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