Knot Tuned The Ballet by Mary E Rose

Knot Tuned The Ballet

Knitting
July 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
32 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in St st after blocking
US 1 - 2.25 mm
400 - 460 yards (366 - 421 m)
8 inch and 9 inch circumference [20 and 22 cm]
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This pattern is worked in the round from the top down., with a heel flap and modified wedge toe. Feel free to substitute your favorite heel and toe.

Both charted and line by line written instructions are provided.

If knitting were music, the stitches would be the keys, and the repeats would be the time
signature. If knitting were music, a simple two-by-two rib could be translated into the Key of C (no sharps or flats, just natural notes), in 2/2 time, (or cut time). Changing just a few stitches (the notes) to cables or lace (sharps or flats) the entire musical world is at your knitting fingertips. At the ballet, the dancers are pulling on their costumes and stretching, warming up their bodies for the dancing to come; in the orchestra pit the musicians are pulling out their instruments that have been nestled in cases lined with felt, not tuned, and begin tuning them.