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Monday, November 19, 2012

USM Wingspan Scarf... ish

I've been working on a version of the Wingspan for the USM

Patons Lace Yarn (Patina)




Double e-wrap cast on - 60 needles

COR - k 2 rows COR

Place all needles but last 3 needles on the right into FHP

K 2 rows COR

Put next 3 needles into FWP and k 2 rows

Continue putting next 3 needles into FWP until all needles are in work

When the last 3 needles are in FWP k 1 row ending with COL

Bind off the first 15 stitches on the left then k 1 row COR

Increase 15 stitches on the right of the knitting using a double e-wrap cast on. To do this I hung a weighted rag hem on the 15 needles to the right of the knitting. Knit 1 row of ravel cord. Then double e-wrapped the needles to begin the next triangle.

This I repeated until I had 12 triangles and all needles in work. Knit 2 extra rows and bind off.

I completed the edges using a single crochet stitch.


  1. Would very much like to know if you finished figuring this out for the KM?? If not do you know where I can find a knitting machine pattern for this?

    Thank you.

    1. This version was knit on the USM. I Repeated the process (see MY NOTES above) until I had 12 triangles. Then finished off with a single crochet around the edge. Most of the versions I have seen are knit in garter stitch. This one is made in stockinette. The yarn I used is very light and doesn't have much body to it. The next one I make I am considering using a worsted weight yarn and perhaps making the triangles a bit larger.

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