Rhine Time Striped by Mary-Ann Lammers
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Rhine Time Striped

Knitting
DK (11 wpi) ?
23 stitches and 27 rows = 4 inches
in Stocking Stitch
US 7 - 4.5 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
480 - 481 yards (439 - 440 m)
Blocked:From tip to finished edge= 56", 17 1/2" at the deepest point.
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This pattern contains two PDF’s. The first is the original Rhine Time pattern. https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/rhine-time
and the second is the changes for this version. Purchasing either pattern will give you both.

The simple joys of discovering yarn shops, finding the perfect skeins of exciting new yarns and then casting on in a beautiful location. That is a Knitcation!

Take this simple design anywhere you go even if your Knitcation is the hour you have of peaceful knitting on the subway to work. We can all find the perfect moments to hold our needles and free our minds of everyday living.

This shawlette starts with casting on 3 stitches and grows in stages and ends with a foldover edge that creates a tunnel to thread the skinny end through. This sits wonderfully in place over your shoulders and the colours will add some fashion to anything you wear.

Second sample:
3.75mm needles
I used 4 balls of Pro Lana Ocean Long Striping,
50 grams 110 m each.
100% Cotton. Colour #26
http://www.hotyarns.com/yarn/pro-lana/ocean.html

First sample: (grey and gold)
4.5mm needles
Sample was knit with King Cole Riot DK 30% wool, 70% acrylic. 100gr. 294 meters.
2 balls colour #408 (87gr. leftover).
Contrast stripes and edge: Berroco Vintage DK 40% wool, 60% acrylic. 100gr. 265 meters.
1 skein colour # 2192 (68 gr. leftover).
Needles: 4.5mm/US7

This pattern will knit beautifully in any DK weight yarn. You may wish to change your needle size to find a good drape for the yarn you choose.

Questions?

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Stitches Used
Abbreviations:
K……………………..knit.
P………………………purl.
Kfb…………………..knit into the front and back of the same stitch. Increases 1 stitch.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2SL6aQQ22og
M1R…………………make one right. Increases 1 stitch.
Using left hand needle pick up the bar between stitches on needles from
from back to front. Then knit one stitch through the front loop.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qCV0VC0Yim4
PM…………………..place marker.
SM…………………..slip marker.
()……………………..repeat what is written between the brackets.