Three petals bloom from the centre top edge, their points organically growing into the three spines of yarn over increases. This unusual increase pattern creates the perfect shape for staying in place around your shoulders. The petals along the edge are grouped into threes, echoing the centre and forming deep scallops.
Introducing a new improved version of the Orchid Thief pattern, self published by Ysolda. It features clearer charts and full written directions for fun, frustration free knitting.
The errata linked above applies only to earlier editions of the book. New editions have been updated and the self published version has been corrected and clarified.
440 yds / 402m fingering / 4-ply yarn.
Shown in Malabrigo Sock in Eggplant.
20 sts and 32 rows = 4˝ / 10cm in st st.
US 6 / 4mm 24˝ / 60cm or longer circular needle.
40 inches by 20 inches, 100cm by 50cm