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Laura Patterson

for Fiber Dreams   2011

FD-81 Ione

Translated from the Greek, Ione (pronounced eye-Oh-nee) means “violet flower.” Ione was one of Nereus and Doris’ fifty daughters, a sea nymph, who with her sisters was helpful to sailors fighting perilous storms, most often in the Aegean Sea.

Shawl is worked sideways along the long edge starting with the lace pattern, and ending with garter stitch short rows that shape it into a pleasing crescent.

(Splendid, classical, unusually composed and uniquely harmonious-- Ed.)

Pattern Detail

  • stitch pattern is both written and charted
  • no schematics
  • no sewing
  • fall/winter
  • straight (flat)
  • two sizes, short and long scarf; see data page
  • digital PDF has 2 pages (letter size)
  • easy
    • 4 x 4 in
    • 3.75 mm
    • US 5
    • 13.75 over pattern
Click below for more images and yarn requirements
Ione-2011-12-16f-blank-800 Ione-2011-12-16d-blank-800 Ione-2011-12-16h-blank-800 Ione-2011-12-16i-blank-800 Ione

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Reviews

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Fiber Dreams

Tuesday, January 24 2012, 19:12

If you look across the entire chart, ignoring the breaks, you will see that the increases and decreases are perfectly balanced. This holds true regardless of the number of times Chart B is worked. In other words, if you ignore Chart B, and look at only Charts A and B, they balance each other.



Annette Stollman

Tuesday, December 20 2011, 23:50

I don't understand Chart C. It seems to decrease more stitches than it adds yet you have it at seven stitches through out. What am I missing.

Thanks,
Annette



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