Sun In Glory by Kate Poe

Sun In Glory

June 2011
Lace ?
4 stitches = 1 inch
in Stockinette (See notes)
US 4 - 3.5 mm
800 - 2000 yards (732 - 1829 m)
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What better tribute to the summer sun than the glorious sun herself? Sun in Glory by Kate Poe is knit from the top down by casting on a few stitches and uses approximately 600 size 8 beads in its long rays.

On Holiday has eleven lovely designs that uses 1000 yards of yarn or less! Michelle is known for creating beautiful patterns that use only one skein of luxury yarn and continues with that theme in On Holiday and combines her talents with five other talented designers to bring you the types of projects you’ll want to knit on your summer holiday or for the holidays! These patterns were hand picked from the best of the Holiday Yarn Club over the years and combined into one book in time for your own holiday knitting.

There is something for every knitter in this collection. The book contains directions for mittens, socks, shawls, wraps, and a cowl. All patterns have thoroughly tested written instructions and charts where applicable.

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This is the June 2011 pattern for the Greek Mythology Lace Club. It is also available to the public as a kit through Holiday Yarns and as a Ravelry download.

Pattern updated in January of 2017 to include a second size option along with a full circle option.

Gauge: 4 to 6 stitches per inch in stockinette, unblocked. As always, gauge is relative. This shawl has a lot of plain stockinette, so you want a gauge that is nice and loose. It is NOT imperative that you get the gauge indicated in the pattern. Please bear in mind that altering the gauge will change the yardage needed.

Needle size: use a needle size to get the gauge you want.

Shawl has an Icord cast-on and bind-off.

Pattern will print both landscape and portrait.

This is the lace weight version of The Moon by Night.


Section 5: For row 89, the mesh should read YO, K2, YO, k2togtbl, (YO, k2togtbl) x 6, K1, (k2tog, YO) x 6, k2tog, YO, K2, YO

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