Annelise by Claudia Eisenkolb

Annelise

Knitting
November 2022
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 4 - 3.5 mm
884 - 1280 yards (808 - 1170 m)
1 (2) with finished measurements: total length approx. 104 (121) cm / 41 (47.75)", total width approx. 94 (109) cm / 37 (43)"
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Annelise ist a reversible shawl dedicated to Anni Albers who was born in 1899 in Berlin as Annelise Fleischmann. She was a German-American textile artist, weaver and graphic designer. During her study at the Bauhaus in Weimar she met Josef Albers in 1925, who was her teacher, and married him in the same year. Both emigrated to the US in 1933.
She is part of Frauen Berlins, Women of Berlin, which is a range of hand-dyed yarns, specially hand-dyed by Sabrina of Das Mondschaf for Antje of Wooltheworld. Antje picked a number of women who inspired her, and she created a special colorway for each of them. The colorway for Anni is a lovely pale olive green.

Anni inspired me to a geometrical shawl with squares in stockinette and reverse stockinette and 2 set of 3 wedges each that change the direction of the shawl. The entire shape looks like the letter U and prevents the shawl dropping off your shoulders. It comes in 2 sizes – size 1 is more a scarf size, as size 2 comes out as a large shawl. So recommend checking the measurements given before choosing your size.

SIZES
1 (2) with finished measurements: total length approx. 104 (121) cm / 41 (47.75)“, total width approx. 94 (109) cm / 37 (43)”

YARDAGE
MC: 2 (3) skeins Das Mondschaf Leo, in colorway Anni, exclusive to Wooltheworld, or approx. 790 (1150) m / 865 (1260) yd fingering weight yarn
CC: appox. 18 (20) m / 20 (22) yd in colorway Ottilie, another
woman of Berlin, exclusive to Wooltheworld

Everybody knits differently, so given yardage is an estimate.

GAUGE
24 sts x 32 rows to 10 cm / 4” on 3.5 mm / US 4 needle in either
stockinette or reverse stockinette stitch after blocking.

Take time to check gauge, and adjust needle size if necessary to
obtain gauge.

NEEDLES
3.5 mm / 4” circular needle, 80 cm / 32” long

NOTIONS
8 stitch markers, tapestry needle.

REQUIRED TECHNIQUES
Cable CO; knit and purl stitches; increases: RLI, LLI, Traditional BO

SKILL LEVEL
Beginner