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N-O-Ruffles Shawl

Geschrieben von beyenburgerin - Mai 17, 2012

This shawl is part of a series of shawls. As this one has no ruffles, it is called N-O-Ruffles. And the “O” stand for the many holes in the lace pattern. The shawl looks nice from both sides, so it is reversible.

Link to pattern:

This is what the edging will look like. You start in the left upper corner and go from left top to  right bottom in this photo.

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18 Antworten zu “N-O-Ruffles Shawl”

  1. wieder ein toller Schal, vorallem die Farben gefallen mir sehr gut.

  2. corazon sagte

    Das Tuch gefällt mir total gut. Klasse finde ich die Größe bei so wenig Garnverbrauch. Ich glaub, ich werde mich mal an der Anleitung versuchen. Liest sich, als wenn ich das hinkriegen könnte. Vielen Dank für die Anleitung.

    Liebe Grüße
    Petra

  3. mary~ sagte

    Hallo ich nicht sprechen oder schreiben Deutsch, Im mit Babelfish:) ich mag Ihr keine Rüschen Schal Muster & ich mag die Färbung des Garns, die Sie verwendet. Aber ich glaube nicht, dass ich dieses Garn in den USA bekommen kann
    Können Sie mir sagen, wie viele Stiche Sie pro Zoll erhalten?
    Was ist das Gewicht des Garns?
    Vielen Dank
    mary~

    • beyenburgerin sagte

      Hi Mary,

      the yarn is a kind of sock yarn, fingering, but a single, 100 grams and 420 metres. The gauge is
      10 stitches and 13 rows = 4 inches in lace pattern, blocked.
      Have fun knitting this shawl.

      Brigitte

  4. Helen Hall sagte

    Where is the pattern?

  5. Sandra Jump sagte

    Hello.

    I plan to make this shawl for a gift. Simple and lovely. I would like knit one with ruffles Is that difficult?
    Questions: How long (in inches) is 5 grams? I read that at the end of the pattern and need to know how much yarn to set aside to finish the shawl.

    Thank you so much.
    Sandra Jump

  6. Jennifer sagte

    So far the pattern is simple and easy to remember. Looking beautiful too. However, I really don’t understand the bind off. Am I supposed to repeat the pattern across the row? For example, Row 1 of the bind off says K2 (knit edge stitch as well), turn. So would I just knit across the whole row? Any help is appreciated.

    • beyenburgerin sagte

      Hi Jennifer,

      you just do very short rows and then turn after a few stitches. So you have hundreds of rows as an edging. I saw that I did not upload a photo of the edging, I will just do that sou that you can see what it looks like.

      Brigitte

      • Jennifer sagte

        I guess it is because I’m a beginner, but I really don’t get it. What do you do with the rest of the stitches on the needle? Hopefully by the time I get to that point, something will click.

      • beyenburgerin sagte

        Hi Jennifer,

        when you knit the edging, you do a change of the direction of knitting. It is like a turn of 90 degrees. You make short rows, down to the last row and away from the last row, and in each right side row you take one stitch of the main part into the edging. So you work down the edging slowly, making stitch by stitch of the last row become part of the edging until no stitches are left.

  7. Marcella sagte

    I have been knitting for approximately 47 years and am completely stumped by the bind off on this shawl. I have found out that 5 grams of yarn is about 23 yards but when I do the bind off rows and keep turning, I am not getting rid of any stitches. They are staying on my right hand needle. Please Help. I have put in lots of hours getting to this point.

    • beyenburgerin sagte

      When you do the sks in row 5, you “consume” one stitch on the shawl eacht time. You knit the 3rd and 4th stitch together, and the 4th is one of the shawl.

      Brigitte

  8. Georgia G Lawen sagte

    Antwort, exactly how many skeins of yarn do you need to knit this shawl? I wish you would do a tutorial on how to complete the edging because I do not understand how this is supposed to be accomplished. Thank you.

  9. Shari Harris sagte

    Id like to have this pattern if only I knew how much it is…in American dollars.

    Shari Harris

    • beyenburgerin sagte

      Hm, Ravelry should show you the price in Dollars as well. The exchange rate varies a bit all the time. Right now 2.90 Euros is 3.94 US$.

      Brigitte

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