by: Tall Yarns
Patience is knitted from the bottom up, partially flat, partially in the round using Soliloquy MerinoSilk Sock-lace. A simple yet effective lace stitch adds interst without conflicting with the multi-coloured yarn used. A solid colour would look great too.
Measurements: Length: 68 cm Circumference: 100 cm (i.e. 50 cm measured from side to side with garment lying flat)
Sizing: flexible due to lace rib stitch used, up to a size 16.
Materials: Soliloquy Sock Lace, 80% Superwash Merino, 20% Silk
Metreage: 1092 m (182 gr of Soliloquy)
Tension: 28 sts and 42 rows to 10 cm.
Notions: One 3.0mm circular needle (80 cm). Stitch markers, stitch holders. Short lengths of waste yarn to do invisible short row knitting. A darning needle to weave in your ends.
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