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Luxury Yarn One-Skein Wonders

Joel Bison Lace Scarf
Page 51 - Joel Bison Lace Scarf

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Sweet Violet Silk-Cashmere Scarf
Page 53 - Main Body Chart

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Bison Shawlette
Page 54 - Beginning the Lace

Work Rows 1-22 of Set-up chart . . . you will have 93 stitches between the borders.

Work Rows 1-
3 of chart C. Bind off loosely as follows: Knit 2, *slip left needle into the front of the 2 stitches and knit them together, K1; repeat from * until 1 stitch remains, pull yarn through last stitch.


Page 55 - Bison Shawlette Chart

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Nancy Pygora-Merino Lace Scarf
Page 57 - Nancy Pygora-Merino Lace Scarf Chart

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Top-down Alpaca Mitts
Page 64 - Top-down Alpaca Mitts

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Silk-Merino Twisted Gloves
Page 69 - Abbreviations

C4 F (cable 4 front ) slip 2 stitches to cable needle and hold in front, K2, K2 from cable needle
C4
B (cable 4 back ) slip 2 stitches to cable needle and hold in back, K2, K2 from cable needle


Page 69 - Knitting the Cuff

With smaller needles cast on 52 (56,60) stitches. Place marker A and join into a round, being careful not to twist the stitches. Work Mock Cable Ribbing until piece measures 3.5” (4”, 4.5”) (9 [10, 11.5] cm), ending with Round 1, 3, or 4.
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Page 70 - Shaping the Thumb Gusset and Knitting the Cable

Next Round: Work in established patterns to first gusset marker, place thumb gusset stitches onto a length of scrap yarn, remove gusset markers, cast on 1 stitch over gap left by gusset and knit to end of round. Redistribute palm stitches evenly onto needles 3 and 4. You now have 52 (56, 60) stitches, 13 (14, 15) stitches each on all 4 needles.


Page 71 - Shaping the Thumb Gusset and Knitting the Cable

Round 1: K 23 ( 25, 27 ) pm B, M1L, K1, M1R, pm B, knit to end of round. You now have 54 (58, 62) stitches.
Round 3 (Begin Cable for Small Size): K
23 ( 25, 27 ) sm, M1L, knit to next marker, M1R, sm K0 (30, 32), work chart over next 28 (0, 0) stitches.

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Round 7: K23 (25, 27), sm, M1L, knit to next marker, M1R, sm, K0 (1, 2), work chart over next 28 stitches, K0 (1, 2).


Page 71 - Silk-Merino Twisted Gloves Chart

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Falling Leaves Mohair-Silk Scarf
Page 82 - Falling Leaves Mohair-Silk Scarf Chart

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Caravan Silk-Wool Socks
Page 84 - Caravan Silk-Wool Socks Chart

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Silk-Merino Fingerless Gloves
Page 87 - Knitting the Thumb Gusset

Continue in this manner, increasing 1 stitch on each side of the gusset (just inside the purl stitches) every other round, working the increased stitches into the cable pattern, until you have 26 gusset stitches.


Seaside Cottage Alpaca-Silk Stole
Page 89 - Seaweed Lace Border Chart

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Page 92 - Seachange Lace Chart

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Silk Wedding Ring Pillow
Page 99 - Silk Wedding Ring Pillow Chart

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Blossom Silk-SeaCell Shawl
Page 107 - Blossom Silk-SeaCell Shawl Chart

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Alpaca Elephant Hat
Page 111 - Knitting the Trunk

Next Row: * K1, ssk, knit to last 3 stitches, K2tog, K1. You now have 12 stitches.


Alpaca Gator Socks
Page 113 - Stitch Patterns

Woven Cable
Round 3:
K2, *C4B; repeat from * to last to stitches, K2.


Page 114 - Finishing

Join 20 sole stitches with 20 instep stitches. . .


Silk-Merino Leaf Lace Hat
Page 118 - Silk-Merino Leaf Lace Hat

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Page 119 - Chart 2

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A Pair of Silk Purses
Page 129 - Getting Started

Round 6: *(P3tog, K3tog, P3tog in next 3 stitches), K1; repeat from *.


Alpaca Broadway Gloves
Page 142 - Knitting the Thumb Gusset

Change to larger needles.
Round 1: Slip marker, M1. . .


Beautiful Baby Bamboo-Merino Sweater
Page 145 - Knitting the Body

Place 88 body stitches onto needle. With RS facing, attach yarn at left front and knit 22 left front stitches, pick up and knit (see page 264) 11 cast-on left underarm stitches, knit 44 back stitches, pick up and knit 11 cast-on right underarm stitches, knit 22 right front stitches. Turn and knit 1 row. You now have 110 stitches.


Corn Fiber Lac Bath Cloth
Page 147 - Corn Fiber Lace Bath Cloth Chart

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Silk Fountain Hood
Page 153 - Knitting the Hood

Note: Stitch count increases to 156 stitches after Round 1 is completed, and returns to 104 stitches after Round 3 is completed.


Reversible Cable and Eyelet Wool-Silk Scarf
Page 159 - Abbreviations

C8B (cable 8 back) slip 4 stitches to cable needle and hold in back, [K1, P1, K1, P1], [K1, P1, K1, P1] from cable needle


Diamond and Crystal Cashmere Evening Bag
Page 166 - Diamond and Crystal Cashmere Evening Bag Chart

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Merino-Silk Cables for Baby
Page 175 - Decreasing for the Crown

Round 1: * P2 , K1, C3B, K2tog , P2 ; rep from *.
Round 2: *
P2 , K5 , P2 ; rep from *.
Round 3: *
P2 , C3B, K2tog , P2 ; rep from *.
Round 4: *
P2 , K4 , P2 ; rep from *.
Round 5: *
P2tog , K1, C3B , P2tog ; rep from *.
Round 6: *
P1 , K1, K2tog, K1 , P1 ; rep from *.
Round 7: *
P1 , K3tog , P1 ; rep from *.


Baby’s Cabled Milk-Silk Cap
Page 178 - Gauge

24 stitches and 28 rows = 4” (10 cm) in cable pattern


Stormy Cashmere Purse
Page 191 - Decreasing for the Body

Row 1 (RS): K4, *P2tog, P1, P2tog; repeat from * to last 4 stitches, K4.


Winter Windows Silk Scarf
Page 192 - Knitting the Scarf

Rows 18, 20, 22, and 24: P6, *(K1, yo, K2tog) twice, P6; repeat from *.


Cool Little Llama-Silk Mittens
Page 198 - Knitting the Cuff

Cast on 30 stitches. Divide onto 3 double-point needles so there are 12 stitches on needles 1 and 2 and 6 stitches on needle 3. Join into a round, being careful not to twist the stitches. Work Rounds 1-4 of Twisted Rib pattern for 3” (7.5 cm), ending with Round 4.


Page 198-199 - Knitting the Left Mitten

Round 1: Work 6, M1R, pm, work to end of round.
Round 2: Work even in pattern to marker,
M1R, sm, work to end of round.
Repeat Round 2, working the new stitches into pattern, until you have 46 stitches total.
Next Round: Work to
14 stitches before marker, place next 14 stitches on holder for thumb, cast on 2 stitches, continue in pattern to end of round.


Inca-Dincadoo Organic Cotton Baby Cardigan
Page 205 - Knitting the Right Sleeve and Right Front

Bind off 4 stitches at the beginning of the next 4 RS rows and at the same time, make buttonholes on the first bind-off row and every following tenth row 4 times as follows: Knit to last 3 stitches, yo, K2tog, K1.
Work even for 36 rows (count 46 rows from the
14 right-front cast-on stitches). Bind off.


Flirty Merino-Silk Neck Warmer
Page 206 - Lacy Zigzag Stitch Pattern

Rows 1, 3, and 5 (RS): * (Sl 1, K1, psso), K2, yo, K2; repeat from * to last stitch. K1.


Silk Delight Scarf
Page 219 - Knitting the Rectangles

Row 1 (RS): Cast on 18 stitches at beginning of row, knit these stitches and the 19 that were already on the needle. You now have 37 stitches.
Row 6:
Knit to center stitch, P1, knit to end of row.
Repeat Rows 3 through 6, working 1 fewer stitch before the decrease on RS rows, until you have 1 stitch.


Lacy Leaf Alpaca-Angora Hat
Page 221 - Lacy Leaf Alpaca-Angora Hat Chart

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Arachne’s Alpaca Lace Ring
Page 227 - Arachne’s Alpaca Lace Ring Chart

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Mojito Alpaca Necktie
Page 229 - Decreasing

Continue in this manner, decreasing every 1.5” (4 cm) until you have 13 stitches. Work even for 1.5”. Tie measures approximately 10.75” (27 cm)


Silk Berry Jewelry Bag
Page 230 - Knitting the Body

Row 1: (P1, K1) 4 times (seed stitch), K1, P7, K2, P7, K1, (P1, K1) 4 times.
Work the berry design
on the middle 16 stitches by following the chart (page 231), beginning at the bottom right of the chart, at the same time maintaining the seed stitch border on the eight stitches on both sides of the bag.


Page 231 - Knitting the Body

When you have completed the chart, continue working Rows 1 and 2 until the piece measures 15” (38 cm) from the flap. (Note: The center portion now has only 15 stitches.)


Page 231 - Silk Berry Jewelry Bag Chart

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Mermaid Organic Blend Neck Warmer
Page 240 - Knitting the First Half

Next Row: (K3, drop 1 stitch and unravel . . . You now have 22 stitches.


Cropped EcoFriendly Vest
Page 242 - Knitting the Body

Row 2 (WS): Sl 1, (K1, P1) 3 times, purl to last 7 stitches, (P1, K1) 3 times, P1.


Glossary
Page 262 - Kitchener stitch

To begin place the two sets of live stitches to be bound off on separate needles. Hold the needles parallel in your left hand with wrong sides of the knitted fabric together.