Thursday, May 5, 2011

Different Lines

Happy May! Snow is all gone and spring is finally here.

My last knits have been mostly disasters and once again I've been ripping most of it (a few sweaters and one tunic...). Not fun. Not fun at all. But new plans have been made and I'm feeling the itch again!

Instead of new designs, I have a new pattern for you - Different Lines.

Second interpretation of garter stitch and stripes in your favourite colours. Unusual shape makes this one as interesting to knit and to wear as the first stripe study! This scarf or small shawl is worked from side to side.

Size: 180 cm/70” wide and 45 cm/18” long at widest part.
Yarn: 700 meters (766 yards) of fingering weight yarn - 350 meters (386 yards) of both colours.
Gauge: 20 stitches and 40 rows in 10 cm/4 inches (in garter stitch)

You get 50% discount for Different Lines, if you purchase or have already purchased Stripe Study Shawl!


Siren said...

Beautiful colours! And I love your blog! I've seen some of your designs on Raverly, and really want to knit the Twenty Ten jacket. I came in here by accident when visiting a blog I regularly visit. And I'm glad I did. I'll defenitly visit you again! Have a nice day:)

Kristen Rettig said...

Another beauty. I don't know which one to make! (maybe both)

margaux said...

you make garter stitch look SO good :-)

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Andi G said...

I am loving the study in stripes. I am going to HAVE to cast on one of these beauties soon.