Fir Cone

Fir Cone
Yarn: Cascade 220, “Natural”
Needles: US #6/4mm KnitPicks Options
Gauge: 5 st/inch after blocking
Pattern: Fir Cone
Stitch Count Repeat: Multiple of 10 sts
Book: A Treasury of Knitting Patterns
Page: 207
Notes: This swatch is three repeats wide and three repeats high.  This is the pattern used in the ever-popular Shetland Triangle from Wrap Style

Knit by: Emilee

Detail shot:
Fir Cone Detail

This pattern is extremely bumpy before blocking, plan on blocking it well!

Fir Cone bumpy

8 Responses to “Fir Cone”

  1. myartfullife Says:

    This is lovely. Which process did you use for blocking?

  2. Emilee Says:

    I wet it, rolled it in a towel, then pinned out on my poor ottoman.

    My favorite tutorial on blocking lace is Eunny Jang’s, here:http://www.eunnyjang.com/knit/2006/12/how_to_be_happy.html

  3. kathymarie Says:

    Emilee, this looks beautiful! Thanks for showing the pre-blocking look as well. Great job!

  4. ax174 Says:

    A lovely pattern – curious, I didn’t think it looked so great in the book. It just goes to show how close-ups and colour photos make a world of difference.

  5. Daphne Says:

    Beautiful work.

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