Caravansary by Iglinz Crafts

Caravansary

Knitting
June 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
30 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in ribs
US 4 - 3.5 mm
689 - 919 yards (630 - 840 m)
25cm (10in) wide
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“Caravansary” is a scarf knitting pattern using fingering weight sock yarn. It is an easy pattern that incorporates ribs and eyelets, suitable for advanced beginners who know how to do knits and purls and want to try their luck on easy lace stitches. Written line-by-line instructions and a chart for the stitch pattern are included. The pattern is easy to adjust in width as well as in length. You can add pattern repeats or leave some away, it is completely up to you. This is a unisex scarf that can be worn by women or men.
The sample shown in the pictures was made out of Lana Grossa Meilenweit Tweed in beige and Lana Grossa Meilenweit Special in blue. Both qre quite commonly used sock yarns here in my part of the world, nothing fancy. Similar yarns are certainly available all around the world. Also other yarn weights will work for the pattern. I can very well imagine the scarf worked in a sport weight or dk weight yarn. Use one color or more, just as you like.

The pattern is available in English and in German.


Walk and walk and keep walking. One step in front of the other. This is a long walk. What a delight when the oasis appears on the horizon! Take a well-deserved rest – and then you are nearly there.

This scarf will keep you busy for a while. It is an easy to knit scarf worked in fingering weight sock yarn, there are no special difficulties hidden in the pattern. Something that you can knit while watching TV. You can of course use any other yarn as well.

The pattern is written and charted.

Difficulty level: advanced beginner (knit and purl, yarn overs and decreases)

Yarn: Lana Grossa Meilenweit Tweed (80% wool, 20% nylon; 211m/50g; 231yds/1.76oz), 3 balls in beige; Lana Grossa Meilenweit Special (80% wool, 20% nylon; 209m/50g; 229yds/1.76oz), 1 ball in blue. Sample in a length of 215cm (86in) used all of it. For each 10cm (4in) in length you will need about 40m (44yds) of yarn.

Needles: 3.5mm/US 4

Notions: yarn needle

Gauge: 30 stitches/32 rows in ribs (blocked) = 10cm/4in.

Size: 25cm (10in) wide. The length is up to you.

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Du gehst und gehst und gehst, einen Schritt und dann noch einen. Es ist ein langer Marsch. Welche Freude, wenn am Horizont die Oase auftaucht! Ruh dich aus, du hast es dir verdient – und dann ist es nicht mehr weit.

Dieser Schal wird euch einige Zeit beschäftigen. Er ist einfach zu stricken und wird in 4-fädiger Sockenwolle gearbeitet. Es sind keine wie immer gearteten Schwierigkeiten in der Anleitung verborgen. Etwas, das man so nebenbei stricken kann, während das spannende Fernsehprogramm läuft. Natürlich kann man auch andere Garne verwenden.

Die Anleitung ist zur Gänze ausgeschrieben und beinhaltet eine Strickschrift.

Schwierigkeit: einfach (rechte und linke Maschen, Umschläge und Abnahmen)

Garn: Lana Grossa Meilenweit Tweed (80% Wolle, 20% Nylon; 211m/50g), 3 Knäuel in beige; Lana Grossa Meilenweit Special (80% Wolle, 20% Nylon; 209m/50g), 1 Knäuel in blau. Verbrauch für das Beispiel mit 215cm Länge: Alle 4 Knäuel. Für jeweils 10cm Länge muss man in etwa 40m Garn einrechnen.

Nadeln: 3.5mm

Sonstiges Zubehör: Stopfnadel

Maschenprobe: 30 Maschen/32 Reihen in Rippenmuster (gespannt) = 10cm.

Größe: 25cm breit. Länge nach Belieben.