FD-59 Anjou Shawlette
Scarf is worked from a five-stitch cast on, which is quickly increased to the full width. When the second end nears, the number of stitches decreases back down to five, and then is bound off. Knit with sock yarn, this scarf is much easier to knit than it seems. All lace work is done on the right side.
- Widening, The Straightaway, Narrowing. Chart D, row 6, of these sections should read: K5, p2.
- Widening, one stitch marker to be placed on each side of chart C.
- The Straightaway, the note box should begin, “Not all sts are shown…”
- At the end of Finish up the Pears, there will be 27 full pears completed, and 22 sts on needle, of which 3 are for chart C.
- The note in The Final Point should read: “Charts A and C have no sts after row 26; they merge into chart B.”
- Widening and The Straightaway should both end with 57 sts, 33 of which are for chart C.
- At the end of Narrowing there should be 43 stitches on the needle, 7 of which are for chart C.
Yarn: Fingering weight sock yarn, 400 yards.
Gauge: 21 sts to 4 inches (10 cm) in stitch pattern.
Needles: US 5 (3.75 mm) needles.
Finished size: 59 x 10 inches; 150 x 25 cm.
Notions: 2 stitch markers required, more optional
Skills: k2tog, ssk, YO, double YO, s1-k2tog-psso, s2-k1-p2sso, 1-to-7 increase
Stitch instructions: Charted and written.