Jasmine by Natalia Moreva

Jasmine

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Knitting
April 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
1 repeat is 6 X 10 cm blocked
US 6 - 4.0 mm
612 - 711 yards (560 - 650 m)
Variable. You can knit it any length and width.
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Jasmine is nonstranded colorwork pattern. It is knit primarily with garter and slipped stitches, but has the appearance of colored lace. To make it more lace-like, knit it on large needles.
You can make anything rectangular, a wrap or a scarf.
For the prototype 5 repeats wide (30 cm wide with the edges, 180cm long), I used 65 g of Zauberball Crazy and 70g of light gray fingering wool. You can use solid or gradient yarn.
The solid color borders are worked at the same time as the patterned panel.
This pattern uses the same slipped stitches technique as Peacock Challenge, Beren, Luthien, and Feathered Up.
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