Based on the motif from Stained Glass 1 (now renamed “Blümchen” (“Flowers”)), this is the first of further explorations, to be interrupted on occasion, of course, by recharts of conventional Nieblings.

Worked in bulky weight wool and mohair roving

The challenge with this version has been what method to use to join the shoulders and sides. Have skipped the obvious three needle bind off in favor of two of three methods of grafting. The first method, worked on the turquoise sweater, was to graft together the alternate/all knit rounds. This method leaves a rather obvious plain third row of stitches in between. The row could perhaps be made less obvious by pulling them tighter. The second method involves grafting pattern rounds, as shown in the brown sweater. The grafted yarn overs would look better using the third method of grafting in the small leaf pattern to an all knit round. The result would be almost undetectable, but that will be for another project to come involving one large, and several small squares. A photo of that project is shown under “In the Pipeline”. The results of the first two methods are shown below.

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December 20th, 1903 Herbert Niebling was born

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Tablecloth In Above Photo Knitted By Ulla777 (Ravelry ID)

Ignored this pattern for the longest but the more I look at it the more I like it. Apologies for taking so long to get around to it! ;-)

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The dimensions of the Triangle are so small because it was intended as a gauge swatch for a woman’s top, to be revealed with this version of Hannelore on one side and on the other side a hex mesh ground around the flower, from a pattern called Falcon.

Also included are instructions to extend the rectangle to make a stole (not shown).

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Lavori Artistici A Calza Nr. 5 – Fig. 35 – Oval Doily

Someone recently asked me for this pattern. I thought it might be a quick rechart. It was — because I completely forgot that I did it in 2011!

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Before I spend too much time wondering what else could be done with the pattern, I think I’ll go back to getting uploaded at least some of the patterns from my previous post.

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Was a quick rechart except at Rounds 45 and 47 where I had to triple check. For purchase info Click here.


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