Bubbles Baby Shawl from Patons Knitting Book No. 450
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Materials and Size
Patons Beehive Pearl-Knit, 2-Ply
or Patons Beehive Lady Betty, 3-Ply
Width across centre 50 ins - 5 balls
Knitting Needles, 1 pair UK No 5/5.5mm/US 9
To get measurement it is absolutely necessary to work at a tension of 5½ sts to the inch in width measured over a plain, smooth fabric.
Cast on 8 stitches.
1st row: Knit, working into back of every row.
2nd row: * yo, K1, rep from * to end of row.
3rd and alt rows: Knit.
4th row: * yo, K2, rep from * to end of row.
6th row: * yo, K3, rep from * to end of row.
Continue in this manner until the row ''* yo, K35, rep from * to end of row" has been worked. (288 sts)
Work border as follows:
1st row: K3, * (yo, K1) six times, K6, rep from * to last 9 sts, (yo, K1) six times, K3. (432 sts).
2nd-4th rows: Knit.
5th row: (K2tog) three times, * (yo, K1) six times, (K2tog) six times, rep from * to last 12 sts, (yo, K1) six times, (K2tog) three times.
6th-8th rows: Knit.
Work rows 5-8 inclusive sixteen times.
Next row: * yo, K2tog, rep from * to end
Next row: Knit to end of row, turn, cast on 8 sts for stitches lace edging.
Work lace edging as follows:
1st row: K8, turn.
2nd row: Slip 1, K5, yo, K2.
3rd row: Yo, K2tog, K6, K2tog, turn.
4th row: Slip 1, K4, yo, K2tog, yo, K2
5th row: Yo, K2tog, K7, K2tog, turn.
6th row: Slip 1, K3, (yo, K2tog) twice, yo, K2.
7th row: Yo, K2tog, K8, K2tog, turn.
8th row: Slip 1, K2, (yo, K2tog) three times, yo, K2
9th row: Yo, K2tog, K9, K2tog, turn.
10th row: Slip 1, K2, K2tog, (yo, K2tog) three times, K1.
11th row: As 7th row.
12th row: Slip 1, K3, K2tog, (yo, K2tog) twice, K1.
13th row: As 5th row.
14th row: Slip 1, K4, K2tog, yo, K2tog, K1.
15th row: As 3rd row.
16th row: Slip 1, K5, K2tog, K1.
17th row: Yo, K2tog, K5, K2tog, turn.
Continue as on rows 2-17 inclusive until all border sts have been worked off. Cast off loosely.
To Make Up
Using a flat seam sew edges together to form circle, taking care not to tighten up when working seam. Press seam. Roll Shawl in a damp towel for several hours, then spread out flat in a circle to given measurement, pin each point out separately with rustless pins and leave until dry.
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