By Anna Zilboorg

“Nowhere else will you notice this many Turkish socks of their nice mad colours. the combo of transparent geometric styles with riotous colour offerings is wonderful....The colour photos are great...the charts are massive, transparent, and good.”—Knitter’s journal. “Full of lovely colour photos....The pages of historical past and cultural effect are the main exciting a part of the book....The styles are a challenge—distinctive, and completely beautiful.”—Small Press.

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5, 61] cm) from CO, measured along non-ruffle edge, ending with WS Row 2. Beg at the ruffle edge, BO all sts. Finishing Use the wet-towel method (see Glossary) to block pieces to measurements. Allow to air-dry completely before moving. Dec row: (RS) For left neck edge, knit to last 3 sts, ssk, k1; for right neck: k1, k2tog, knit to end. Purl 1 WS row. Rep dec row once more —7 (9, 9, 10, 10, 11) sts rem each side. 5] cm), ending with a WS row. Place sts onto waste-yarn holder. Ruffle With largest needle, CO 17 sts.

Worked in an exquisite silk tape yarn, this top is the ultimate in smooth texture and soft drape. An accent of color at the hem and cuffs provides stylish but understated contrast. Wear it alone or under a suit jacket for the office, or with a beaded Chanel for the opera. Notions Stitch holders; markers (m); cable needle (cn); size G/4 (4 mm) crochet hook; tapestry needle. Gauge 22 sts and 28 rows = 4" (10 cm) in St st. 29 Stitch Guide Button Stitch: Insert right needle tip between 2nd and 3rd sts on left needle, draw through a loop knitwise and place onto left needle tip purlwise, then knit into the back of this loop, sl the next 2 sts onto right needle tip, pass loop st over the 2 slipped sts and off the needle, adjust for tension, being careful not to pull the wraps too tightly.

Place each set of 21 collar sts onto same needle holding 27 back neck sts—69 sts total. Tailored Pleats 33 Set-up row: (WS) [P1, k1] 12 times, p1, pm, k14, pm, [p1, k1] 12 times, p1. Row 1: K25, sl m, p14, sl m, knit to end. Row 2: P25, pm, k14, pm, purl to end. Rep the last 2 rows once more. Shape Gore Pleat Note: Bell sleeve is tapered at the same time as gore pleat is worked; read all the way through the following section before proceeding. Next row: (RS) *Knit to m, sl m, p2tog, purl to 2 sts before next m, ssp (see Glossary), sl m, knit to end—2 sts dec’d.

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