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Brill Frills Knitting Pattern

Brill Frills

Designer: Susie Johns

Brighten up a winter outfit with Delores, our refined scarf by Susie Johns

Delores, this beautiful scarf by Susie Johns, features unusual ruffles and elegant cord ties. It's perfect for wearing indoors over a sweater or can be used to soften the neckline of a jacket or coat whilst keeping you snuggly at the same time. The frilled effect is produced by rows of regular increases to create a fluted effect, incorporating a few rows of eyelet lace and then finished with a narrow border in a contrasting colour. The ties are finished with cone-shaped spiral end pieces in the same lacy pattern.

DELORES PATTERN

Scarf
With 4mm circular needle and yarn A cast on 120 sts. Do NOT join in the rnd
? Row 1: k each st tbl
? Row 2: k1, p to end, k1
? Row 3: kfb of each st to end. 240 sts
? Row 4: k1, p to end, k1
? Rows 5-6: as Rows 1-2
? Row 7: k1, * kfb, k3, rep from * to last three sts, kfb, k2. 300 sts
? Row 8: as Row 4
? Rows 9-10: as Rows 1-2
? Row 11: k2, * kfb, k4, rep from * to last three sts, kfb, k2. 360 sts
? Row 12: as Row 4
? Rows 13-14: as Rows 1-2

Lace Pattern
? Row 1: k to end
? Row 2: k1, p to last st, k1
? Row 3: (k2tog) twice, (yfwd, k1) four times, * (k2tog) four times, (yfwd, k1) four times, rep from * to last four sts, (k2tog) twice
? Row 4: k1, p to last st, k1
? Rep Rows 1-4 of Lace patt once more, then Rows 1-2 of Lace patt once more, cut yarn A and join in yarn B

Contrast Edging
? Row 1: kfb of each st to end, cast off kwise

Ties

With two 4mm dpns, pick up and k four sts from side of garter st border. Do not turn but push sts to other end of needle
? Row 1: k4, do not turn but push sts to other end of needle
? Rows 2-50: rep Row 1 to make a cord Change to st st
? Row 51 (and all oddnumbered rows): p to end
? Row 52: kfb of each st. Eight sts
? Row 54: kfb of each st. 16 sts
? Row 56: kfb of each st. 32 sts
? Row 58: k3, (kfb, k7) three times, kfb, k4. 36 sts
Begin Lace patt:
? Row 1: k to end
? Row 2: k1, p to last st, k1
? Row 3: (k2tog) twice, (yfwd, k1) four times, * (k2tog) four times, (yfwd, k1) four times, rep from * to last four sts, (k2tog) twice
? Row 4: k1, p to last st, k1 Rep Rows 1-4 of Lace patt twice more, then Rows 1 and 2 of Lace patt once more, cut yarn A and join in yarn B

Contrast Edging
Row 1: kfb of each st to end, cast off kwise Rep for second tie, at opposite end of border

To make up

Roll up each end of tie to create cone shape and secure with a few sts

kfb explained
This pattern uses the kfb method of increasing throughout. To work this increase, knit into the stitch as normal but leave it on the LH needle. Bring the tip of the RH needle around to the back, knit into the back loop of the same stitch and slip it off the needle. This method is also sometimes known as a bar increase as it leaves a small bar at the base of the second stitch.

Delores: 50cm length (excluding ties) x 10cm wide
Ties: 29cm each

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