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Shifting Sands scarf ©2006, www.grumperina.com , copyright details at bottom of page. I created the Shifting Sands pattern to replace my dad’s Sharfik , which had the great misfortune of meeting the washing machine in a most intimate setting. Although I cannot take credit for the name, it is very appropriate: the cables swish and swoop, meandering from one edge to the other. The resulting texture is that of sand, shifted over time by wind or water. It is an element of nature familiar to both me and my dad, having grown up on the coast of the Black Sea .
Version 1[pink]: Section 1 (Increase Rows): CO 2 sts. Row 1 : P1, k1. Row 2 : K1, kfb. 3 sts. Row 3 : CO 2 sts, [k1, p1] twice, k1. 5 sts.
2yo (Double yarn over): Wrap yarn twice around right needle, bringing yarn between needles to front of work, then over right needle to back of work, each time. On the following (WS) row, work [p1, k1] into each 2yo. Lace Ribbon Pattern (Worked over a multiple of 9 sts + 8): Odd-Numbered Rows 1-9 [RS]: K2, [ssk, 2yo, k2tog, k2tog, k3, yo] to last 6 sts, ssk, 2yo, k2tog, k2.
Robyn Wade (photo) Philip Castlen (model) Vegan Wrapped In Bacon This pattern is an official protest to the bacon issue of The AntiCraft.
Using Provisional Cast On, CO 137 sts. Note: When placing stitch markers between the charts in the Set-up Row, use the type of marker of which you have 6. When placing markers as indicated within each chart, use the type of marker of which you have 13. Set-up Row [RS]: Work 8 sts of Chart A, place marker; work 20 sts of Chart B, place marker; work 8 sts of Chart A, place marker; work 65 sts of Chart C, working outlined pattern repeat 6 times, place marker; work 8 sts of Chart A, place marker; work 20 sts of Chart B, place marker; work 8 sts of Chart A.