Antinebbia by Paola Albergamo
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Antinebbia

Knitting
April 2017
Lace ?
13 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
800 - 900 yards (732 - 823 m)
One Size, approx 16x60”
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Antinebbia ( Antifog in italian) is a stole/wrap featuring strong color i-cord against a neutral mohair background, reminescent of fog lights emerging from a thick, heavy fog…
Antinebbia is worked mostly in garter stitch, in semicircular modules.
The modules are started from the lower angle and shaped with increases so to obtain a quarter of circle, and are ended with shiny inserted i-cords.
A detailed photo tutorial of this particular technique is included in the pattern.
Some short rows are used to add a light divergent movement to the contrasting i-cord color rows.
Every module begins from the edge of the previous one, without breaking yarn and no seaming is needed!



Finished Size: 41x151 cm (16x60”).

Materials


Yarn:
MC: Approx 700 mt (770 yds) solid/tonal fingering
weight mohair or mohair mix yarn (120 gr).
CC1: approx 250 mt (275 yds) solid DK weight wool or wool mix yarn.
CC2: 150 mt (165 yds) solid DK weight wool or wool mix yarn.
CC3: approx 150 mt (165 yds) solid DK weight wool or wool mix yarn.

Needles:
4mm/US 6 * circular needle.
(length is immaterial as the piece is worked flat).
or size needed to obtain gauge.
Notions:
2 markers
Tapestry needle to weave in ends.

Gauge:
13 stitches x 26 rows = 10x10 cm (4”) in garter with MC after washing and blocking.
Gauge is intentionally very loose when working the mohair “body”, but in any case it’s not critical for this project.