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Baby, can you drive my car? striped shawl ©winterludes 2015

Baby can you drive my car?

Baby, can you drive my car? is a triangular shawl, worked from the
neck. It has been designed to be knitted in the car during a road
trip and only the border requests a little more attention…

You are not allowed to reproduce this pattern, partially or in whole, nor
distribute copies in any format or sell it.
You can't sell your finished item, this pattern is for personal use only.
a Winterludes pattern, 2015

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level: 2/5
size after blocking: about 90"x40" (220x100cm made with needles 3.75
and fingering yarn). Gauge is not critical.
skills: stockinette, garter stitch, M1, yo, ssk, k2tog
materials:
the plucky knitter bello, col. Happily: 90 grams
{Vi}laines, Tordues fingering, col. Finding the robin's scarf: 20
grams
the plucky knitter bello, col. Plie: 55 grams
the plucky knitter bello, col. Brooch: 25 grams
numma numma Dopio, col. Wintermint: 50 grams
US 4 or 5 (3,5 or 3,75 mm) circular needle
a tapestry needle
2 markers
abbreviations:
co - cast on
st(s) - stitch(es)
K - knit
P - purl
M1 - make one (increase)
C – middle stitch
yo - yarn over
K2tog - knit 2 sts together
ssk - slip, slip knit
RS - right side
WS - wrong side

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Indications:
Section 1: (rows 1-40): Happily and Finding the robin's scarf
C.O. 9 loosely
Row 1 (Happily): K3, M1, K1, M1, pl.m, K1, pl.m, M1, K1, M1, K3 (13)
Rows 2 (Happily): K3, P to the last 3 sts: K3
Row 3 (Finding the robin's scarf): K3, M1, K to first marker, M1,
sl.m, K1, sl.m, M1, K to the last 3 sts: M1, K3
Row 4 (Finding the robin's scarf): K3, P to the last 3 sts: K3
Repeat those four rows nine more times
Section 2: (41-84): Happily and Brooch
Row 41 (Happily): K3, M1, K to first marker, M1, sl.m, K1, sl.m, M1,
K to the last 3 sts: M1, K3
Rows 42 (Happily): K3, P to the last 3 sts: K3
Row 43 (Brooch): K3, M1, K to first marker, M1, sl.m., K1, sl.m, M1,
K to the last 3 sts: M1, K3
Row 44 (Brooch): : K3, P to the last 3 sts: K3
Repeat those four rows ten more times
Section 3: (85-144): Happily and Plie
Row 85 (Happily): K3, M1, K to first marker, M1, sl.m, K1, sl.m, M1,
K to the last 3 sts: M1, K3
Rows 86 (Happily): K3, P to the last 3 sts: K3
Row 87 (Plie): K3, M1, K to first marker, M1, sl.m, K1, sl.m, M1, K
to the last 3 sts: M1, K3
Row 88 (Plie): K3, P to the last 3 sts: K3
Repeat those four rows fourteen more times
Section 4: Lace border (Wintermint)
your markers won't surround the central stitch from now, but point
the end of lace section. Middle stitch is called C here.
Row 145: K3, M1, K to first marker, M1, sl.m, K1, sl.m, M1, K to the
last 3 sts: M1, K3
Row 146: K
Row 147: K3, M1, [K2tog, yo] K to first marker, M1, sl.m, K1, sl.m,
M1, [K2tog, yo], M1, K3
Row 148: K3, P to the last 3 sts: K3
Row 149: K3, M1, K to first marker, M1, K1, M1, K to the last 3 sts:
M1, K3
Row 150: K
Row 151: K3, M1, pl.m, [K8, K2tog, K2, yo] repeat to next marker,
sl.m, K to C (middle st): M1, K1, M1, K to marker, sl.m, [yo, K2,
K2tog, K8] repeat to the last 3 sts: pl.m, M1, K3
Row 152: K3, P to the last 3 sts: K3
Row 153: K3, M1, sl.m, [K1, yo, K2, ssk, K2, K2tog, K2, yo, K1]
repeat to next marker, sl.m, K to C (middle st): M1, K1, M1, K to
marker, sl.m, [K1, yo, K2, ssk, K2, K2tog, K2, yo, K1] repeat to the
last 3 sts: pl.m, M1, K3
Row 154: K3, P to the last 3 sts: K3
Row 155: K3, M1, sl.m, [K2, yo, K2, ssk, K2tog, K2, yo, K2] repeat
to next marker, sl.m, K to C (middle st): M1, K1, M1, K to marker,

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sl.m, [K2, yo, K2, ssk, K2tog, K2, yo, K2] repeat to the last 3 sts:
sl.m, M1, K3
Row 156: K3, P to the last 3 sts: K3
Row 157: K3, M1, sl.m, [K3, yo, K2, ssk, K5] repeat to next marker,
sl.m, K to C (middle st): M1, K1, M1, K to marker, sl.m, [K5, K2tog,
K2, yo, K3] repeat to the last 3 sts: pl.m, M1, K3
Row 158: K3, P to the last 3 sts: K3
Repeat rows 151-158 AT LEAST two more times
Last rows:
RS: K3, M1, K to first marker and remove it, K to C (middle stitch):
M1, K1, M1, pl.m, K to next markers and remove them, K to the last 3
sts: M1, K3
WS: K
Repeat two more times those rows.
LEFT

PART

RIGHT PART

Bind off very loosely with needles 6.
Let soak in cool water, gentle press in a towel and pin for blockage.
Your shawl will look better if you use wires.


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