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  • Sky Lines - Wrap


    About Sky Lines

    Lines in the sky tell a story of a connection between people and nature. When we stop for a moment to look upwards in the city, we often see the sky through an array of the plane trails and intersections of power lines. Such straight manufactured lines don’t overpower or dilute the beauty of the sky, but complement it, making soft masses of clouds look even more tender and light.
    The scarf is knit from the central set-up square outwards. Two identical sides can be worked one by one or from two different balls of yarn at the same time. Sections of dropped stitches, simple lace, stockinette, and small slipped stitch cables arranged in a chevron pattern are separated and highlighted by the lines of wraps in contrasting color. The wraps can also be worked in an array of colors to use up scrap yarns.


    Ksenia Naidyon


    This listing is for the single PDF pattern. You'll get an email with a download link immediately after purchase.

    If you're interested in the pattern in print form, check out Issue 6 - that's where it first got published!

    • Measurements

      Total length: 280 cm / 110”

      Total width: 30.5 cm / 12

    • Yarn

      What you could knit it with from our selection: Biches & Bûches Le Petit Lambswool!

      Uist Wool Astair (Cheviot and alpaca; 165 metres / 180 yards per 50 g)

      MC: 810 metres / 890 yards

      CC: 75 metres / 80 yards

      Sample shown is knit in colourways Poll (MC) and Abhainn (CC).


      4 mm / US 6 circular needles (or needle size to obtain gauge)

      4 mm / US 6 double-pointed needles (or needle size to obtain gauge)

      To work this pattern using the magic loop technique, use a circular needle with a cable length of at least at least 80 cm / 32” instead of double-pointed needles.


      22 sts x 32 rows = 10 x 10 cm / 4 x 4” (worked flat, in stockinette stitch, after blocking)


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