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Tracery Teal's Kimono of Many Colors

Knitting
October 2013
Fingering / 4 ply (14 wpi) ?
26 stitches and 52 rows = 4 inches in Garter st
US 3 - 3.25 mm
4500 yards (4115 m)
Women's S/M (L/XL)
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Skill Level: Advanced
Size: Women’s S/M (L/XL)

Sample shown in size S/M.

Finished Measurements:
Chest: 48 (58)” 121.9 (147.3) cm
Length 24 ½ (29 ½)” 62.2 (74.9) cm

Materials:
4500 yd (4114.8 m) of fingering weight yarn. Sample shown
in Cherry Tree Hill Yarn Supersock Select Fingering
(100% Merino Wool; 420 yd per 4 oz skein)
10 skeins in an assortment of colors
Sample shown in Champlain Sunset, Dusk, Monet, Old Rose, Quarry Hill,
River Run, Sugar Maple, Tropical Storm, Wild Cherry, and Winterberry

Size 3 (3.25 mm) needles and circular needle
at least 32” (81 cm) long for front edging
Or size to obtain gauge.

Gauge:
26 sts and 52 rows = 4” (10 cm) in garter st

“Finding none of her own outerwear near the door, Smokey threw on the old patchwork kimono that had hung from a hook by this door almost as long as she could remember. Before she disappeared, Tracery Teal had knit the motley garment from scrap sock yarn. Since Teal had evaporated into a cloud of green haze, the bright jacket had belonged to no one, but neither Aubergine nor Smokey Jo could bear to get rid of it. Not only did the kimono keep the memory of Teal present in their minds, it was also handy. They both wore it at one time or another, as a barn coat or to walk to the market on cool days. The jacket hung to Smokey’s knees and its bell sleeves covered her fingertips. She ran out the door, letting it bang shut behind her, and skipped across the garden path.”

--Chapter 18, The Broken Circle: Yarns of the Knitting Witches

(Essentially this is a drop shoulder piece made of multiple garter stitch squares, worked in a log cabin kind of way, not mitered, then sewn together-- Ed.)