Apiaceae by Christine Guest


November 2019
Light Fingering ?
22 stitches and 27 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 9 - 5.5 mm
800 - 1750 yards (732 - 1600 m)
To fit around shoulders 33.75 (37.75, 41.25, 44.75, 48.75, 52.25) ” / 85.5 (95, 104.5, 114, 123.5, 133) cm
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While the (rather wonderful) e-book is still available, Apiaceae may be purchased separately now.

Apiaceae is the genus that contains Queen Ann’s Lace, carrots and dill. Their flowers remind me of yokes, and also umbrellas. Apiaceae is knit bottom up with shaping decreases worked into the lace pattern, beginning and ending with garter stitch.

There are two lengths, and 6 widths for both of them, schematics are in the photo list.

I used very large needles to keep the fabric light and the holes prominent, use whatever you use for Aran weight yarn.

The Katahdin skein is so big, I had enough for two shawls. But whatever size you make, there will only be two ends to weave in when you get to the finishing.