Khăn ống hình thang

Cái ống khăn hình thang:

Quàng lên trông đẹp thế:

Nó ôm gọn ở cổ và xòe ra ở bờ vai như cổ giả, như áo choàng nhỏ, nhưng nó là khăn:

Màu len nào thì nhìn hoa văn thôi cũng đã đẹp rồi:

Công thức đan:

Đan một ống len có kích cỡ tùy chọn  (1 inches = 2,54 cm)

Sử dụng hoa văn trong mẫu sau:

Ai thích đọc tiếng Anh u đầu thì có ngay😛

GAUGE
19 sts/32 rows = 4″ over Chart B pattern using smallest needles, after blocking

 
PATTERN NOTES
[Knitty’s list of standard abbreviations and techniques can be found here.]
Instructions for the Long-Tail Cast On can be found here.Information about blocking lace can be found here and here.

sk2p: Sl 1 knitwise, k2tog, pass slipped st over. 2 sts decreased.

spacerCharts
The charts for this pattern are very large and fit on a letter-sized page.
Click here and print the resulting page.
DIRECTIONS spacerIf working back and forth in rows:
Using largest straight needles and long tail method, loosely CO 132 sts.

Switching to mid-sized needles, work Rows 1-14 of Chart A, working outlined pattern repeat section five times. If desired, place stitch markers between pattern repeats. 112 sts when all rows of Chart A are complete.

 Work Rows 1-50 of Chart B, working outlined pattern repeat section four times.

Note: If using stitch markers between pattern repeats, markers must be moved at end of each repeat on Rows 5, 15, 35 and 48 (highlighted in chart). To do this, remove marker while working double decrease (sk2p), then replace marker on right needle after decrease has been worked.

Switching to smallest needles, work Rows 23-49 of Chart B once more.
Last Row [WS]: P1, *p2, [k1, p1] three times, k3, p1, [k1, p1] three times; repeat from * four times more, p1.
Using largest needles, loosely BO all sts purlwise.

If working in the round:
Using largest circular needle, CO 130 sts. Ensuring that CO edge is not twisted, join to work in the round as follows: slip first st from left needle onto right needle, pass next st on right needle over slipped st and onto left needle. Turn work so that WS of CO edge (side with purl-like bumps) is facing. Place marker to indicate beginning of round.

Switching to mid-sized circular needle, work Round 1 of Chart A, working outlined pattern repeat section only; place markers between pattern repeats if desired. Pattern repeat will be worked 5 times in each round.                                              

Very Important: For both charts, work only the outlined pattern repeat section.

Work Rounds 2-14 of Chart A. 110 sts.

Work Rounds 1-50 of Chart B. When you begin working Rounds 5, 15, 35 and 48 (highlighted in chart), move marker at beginning of round as follows: remove marker, sl first st to right needle, replace marker. This point will now be beginning of round.

If you have placed markers between pattern repeats, they will also need to be moved when working these rounds. To do this, remove marker while working double decrease (sk2p), then replace marker on right needle after decrease has been worked.

Switching to smallest needles, work Rounds 23-49 of Chart B once more.

Last Round: *[K1, p1] three times, k1, p3, [k1, p1] three times, k2; repeat from * four times more.
Using largest needle(s), loosely BO all sts purlwise.

 

FINISHING
Weave in ends and block to measurements shown in schematic, pinning lower edge to form scallops. Schematic measurements are slightly larger than finished measurements given above; cowl will relax and shrink slightly after blocking.
If cowl was worked in the round, you may wish to rotate the cowl and re-pin it before it dries completely, to help prevent creases along the sides.
If cowl was worked in rows, sew side seam once blocking is complete.

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One Response to Khăn ống hình thang

  1. THUY says:

    đẹp thật, nhưng đan theo mẫu mà chẳng ra hoa văn này gì cả

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