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Beyer Strickschrfit 70635/16 – “Herbstblume” (“Fall Flower”)

Another Niebling with “basketweave” mesh, recharted using two versions of the original charts: the Beyer chart from 1959 and the Burda Special E 418 chart from 1996. There were minor errors in both charts! There was also one semi-significant difference on Round 191: after the first three stitches, the original (Beyer) version reads “p7, k21, p7, k5tog, p7, k21, p7” but is replaced in the Burda version with just “p35, k5tog, p35”. Don’t know which to suggest, so I included both. Finally, “purl 1 through back loop – in running thread” looks to be a bit of a challenge (there are quite a few of them, but only spread across 8 pattern rounds). Since I haven’t tried the stitch yet, am guessing it will help to rotate the left needle towards the body to make it easier to get to the back strand of the stitch. Will post if it doesn’t help, and feel free to comment with advice.

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Doily in Photo Knitted by RavelryID Ulla

The issue of Neue Mode Kunststricken is not the most interesting, though there are some nice borders not seen elsewhere. But decided to rechart this one (“Kastanienblatt” means “Chestnut Leaf”) after seeing a much nicer photo than the one in the original publication. Also, below is a triptych I made in order to show the twisted stitches forming the inner blossoms of the design; haven’t seen it anywhere else.

Playing around in Photoshop. Note the twist stitch texture on the blossom

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Cover – Model 57 is my Photoshop Reconstruction

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Knitted by RavelryID Ulla777

Unlike most of Niebling’s oval doilies, this one is knitted in one piece, that is, there are no extensions added at opposite sides of the center. Also, if the center is worked in two separate halves and then joined where the first center leaves end, it might make a nice poncho, or sleeves could be added at the sides extending from the second set of leaves! ;-)

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Photoshopped eye-candy below:

Knitted by RavelryID Ulla777 – Colorized
Knitted by RavelryID Ulla777 – Inverted

Thought I’d retrieve this from the dustbin of history…

As well as a shawl (see last photo below), the original pattern could also be made into a bedspread.

The Test Knit of Rounds 1-93 measures 37″ (92.5 cm) in diameter, worked on needles US Size 3 (3.25 mm) with fingering/sport weight cotton and rayon from bamboo blend.

Number of Rounds and Rows: 195 rounds for center, 100 rows for each of two extensions, 50 rounds for border.

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