Through The Trees by George Cullen

Through The Trees

Knitting
November 2020
Light Fingering ?
23 stitches and 38 rows = 4 inches
in Lace Chart
US 4 - 3.5 mm
571 yards (522 m)
One Size
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One size: 67cm / 26½“ circumference x 25cm / 10” deep

Yarn: Cat Sandwich Fibers Trustie (fingering / 4-ply-weight; 75% Merino, 25% nylon; 423m / 463yds per 100g skein)
Shown on Bintou in shades:
Yarn A: In The Mood For Love; 1 skein
Yarn B: Walk In The Woods; 1 skein

Also shown on Justin in shades:
Yarn A: Princess Bonnibel; 1 skein
Yarn B: Lose You to Find Me; 1 skein

OR
Yarn A: approx. 261m / 285yds of fingering / 4-ply-weight yarn.
Yarn B: approx. 261m / 285yds of fingering / 4-ply-weight yarn.

Gauge: 23 sts & 38 rows = 10cm / 4” over Chart on 3.5mm needles, after blocking.
23 sts & 38 rows = 10cm / 4” over St st on 3.5mm needles, after blocking.

Needles: 3.5mm / US 4 circular needle, 60cm / 24” length
Always use a needle size that will result in the correct gauge after blocking.

Notions: 1 stitch marker, 2 locking stitch markers, scrap yarn and crochet hook for provisional cast-on, spare circular needle (the same size or smaller for working Kitchener stitch), tapestry needle

Notes: Through the Trees is worked in the round, starting with a provisional crochet cast-on. A two-colour rib is worked first before moving into a single colour lace pattern repeat, ending with a second two-colour band of rib at the top. The rib
is folded and joined by knitting it to the WS of work at the top of the lace repeat. The lining is then knit and joined by knitting it to the WS of work at the start of the lace repeat. Finally, the bottom rib is folded and joined to the lining with Kitchener stitch.