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DICKEY von BEETHOVEN
(in all garter-stitch)
2oz Shetland Wool.
Needle size #3 or #4;
either 16” circular or a pair of straight needles.
GAUGE: 6 stitches to 1 inch.
❉ CAST ON using invisible cast on, 40st; 20 for the neck; 20 for the
“surround.” Work back & forth in garter-stitch for 28 rows (or 14 ridges – 2
rows equal 1 garter-stitch ridge).
❉ Turn First Corner on the 20 “surround” stitches, leave the 20 neck stitches
on the needle ignored. When reaching “K7, turn, knit back,” reverse matters
and begin to turn the corner back up to 20 stitches. Knit 12 ridges on all 40
stitches for the side of the neck.
❉ Turn Second Corner over the 20 surround stiches, down to only 2 stitches
this time. When turning second corner back up again, increase 1 stitch at the
selvedge edge of each row. When full corner is turned, there is a total of 60
stitches (20 neck, 40 surround). Work 40 rows (20 ridges) for front.
❉ Turn Third Corner decreasing 1 stitch at the selvedge edge of each row
down to 2 stitches; turn second-half of corner back to a total of 40 stitches.
Knit 24 rows (12 ridges).
❉ Turn Fourth Corner. Knit 28 rows (14 ridges), remove thread from invisible
cast on, weave the end to the beginning.
TURNING A CORNER
CAST ON 10st
K9, turn, K back.
K8, turn, K back.
K7, turn, K back – repeat and continue till
K2, turn, K back. NOW
K3, turn, K back
K4, turn, K back – repeat and continue till
Corner has now been turned.
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