Juniper by Libby Jonson
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Juniper

Knitting
June 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
21 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
in Garter Stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
1171 yards (1071 m)
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On cool mornings when the grass is crisp with frost and your breath is caught like smoke in the air, Juniper will envelope you in a tender hug and capture the warmth of your bed for just a moment longer.

An addictive knit, worked from side to side, Juniper smooshes your favourite shades of fingering yarn from one to another in a strikingly simple eyelet lace pattern. She’s the perfect way to enjoy playing with your favourite colours and uses three skeins of semi-solid, gradient or speckled yarn. Top her off with three plump tassels (there’s a link below to a tassel video tutorial I’ve made).

With her simple garter and easy wavering lace, Juniper is ideal for when you’re out and about, knitting and chatting, or curled up with a cup of coffee and feeling like an relaxing, rhythmic knit. She’s enjoyable for both experienced and beginner knitters and full of stitches that are a breeze to master.

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
Wingspan approx. 87”/221 cm (blocked).
Depth approx. 39”/99 cm (blocked).

NEEDLES & NOTIONS
Size US6/4mm circular needle at least 32”/80cm long.
Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain gauge.
1 stitch marker

YARN
3 skeins of 4ply/sock yarn by Revive Designs (4ply/fingering-weight 80% Merino Wool/20% Nylon; 100g = 390yd/357m), 1 skein in each of colorways “Clotho” (colour A), “Lachesis” (colour B) and “Atropos” (colour C).

Or, approx. 1170yd/1071m of fingering-weight yarn.

Beautiful yarn combos available at Revive Designs.

GAUGE
21 sts/24 rows = 10 cm/4” in garter stitch, after blocking.

TASSEL TUTORIAL!
My step by step video tutorial makes gorgeous plump tassels a breeze :)

Professionally edited and test knitted.

Errata Smoosh section B & C onwards: all the repeats should read: (k14, yo, k2tog), carrying on the chevron eyelet pattern from earlier sections. See the new PDF for correct instructions. If you bought a printed copy, you’re welcome to email me for a new version.