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DROPS 93-12 by DROPS Design
"A super feminine set which will make you long for winter…"
Hat, Scarf and Gloves in Alpaca
DROPS 93-12
Hat: one-size

Scarf: approx. 20 x 90 cm [7-7/8" x 35-3/8"]

Materials:
Garnstudio ALPACA
100 gr nr 100, natural
small amount (approx. 7 gr) nr 618, beige multicolor
small amount (approx. 5 gr) nr 3720, dusty pink
small amount (approx. 10 gr) nr 3800, raspberry
small amount (approx. 14 gr) nr 601, dark brown
and use:
Garnstudio ESKIMO
small amount (approx. 5 gr) each nr 30 light pink and nr 32 dark purple heather

Accessories: 2 small safety pins for blossoms.

DROPS 3.5 mm [US 4] straight and double-pointed needles, or size needed to obtain correct gauge.

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  • DROPS ALPACA UNI COLOUR (50g)
    5.40 USD
NOTE: This pattern is written in American English. All measurements in charts are in cm. For conversion from cm to inch - click here. There are different terms for crocheting in British and American English. If this pattern includes crochet, click for "crochet terms" here. For this pattern in British English, please click here.
DROPS 7 mm [US K] crochet hook, or size needed to obtain correct gauge.

Gauge: 28 sts x 30 rows in Pattern = 10x10 cm

Pattern: See the charts for Model No. 12 on page 21 of Drops No. 93. The pattern is seen from the right side.



Hat: Loosely cast on 140 sts on double-pointed needles with dark brown Alpaca; join and place a marker at the join. K 1 row, P 1 row, then knit Pattern 1, following stripes in Pattern 4.
When Pattern 1 is complete (20 rows), continue with natural white and Pattern 2 until the piece measures approx. 12 cm from bottom points.
Then knit Pattern 3, decreasing as shown in chart. After Pattern 3, 40 sts remain on needles, cut yarn, pull through the remaining sts and fasten neatly. Hat measures approx. 22 cm from bottom points.

Crocheted blossoms: Ch 4 with light pink Eskimo and join into a ring with 1 sl st.
Next row: * ch 6, 1 sc in ring *, repeat * - * a total of 5 times, cut yarn and fasten.
Sew a small safety pin on back side of blossom. Crochet a second blossom in dark purple and fasten blossoms on hat.


Scarf: Loosely cast on 87 sts on straight needles with dark brown Alpaca. K 2 rows garter st (row 1 = right side) and the next row as follows from right side: K 3 (edge sts knit in garter st), Pattern 5 over the following 80 sts, then knit the 1st st at start of Pattern 5 (so that the pattern starts and ends identically at each side) and finish with K 3 (edge sts knit in garter st). Continue the pattern as established in stripes following Pattern 4 – row 1 of Pattern 4 has already been knit.
When Pattern 5 is complete there are 63 sts. Continue with natural white and Pattern 2, keeping 3 edge sts in garter st at each side. Make the pattern start and end identically at each side as before.
When the piece measures approx. 80 cm knit Pattern 5 again, in stripes following Pattern 4, but start at the top of both charts so that the ends of the scarf will be the same. You will be increasing sts in Pattern 5 by knitting 2 sts in 1 st instead of decreasing.
When Pattern 5 and Pattern 4 are complete there are 87 sts. K 1 row (from wrong side), then knit the 1st row of Pattern 5 at the same time as you bind off so that the bound-off edge «waves» in the pattern.


GLOVES:

Sizes: (XS/S) M/L

Materials:
Garnstudio ALPACA
50 gr nr 100, natural
small amount (approx. 10 gr) nr 601, dark brown
small amount (approx. 7 gr) nr 618, beige heather
small amount (approx. 5 gr) nr 3720, rose
small amount (approx. 5 gr) nr 3800, raspberry

DROPS 2.5 mm [US 1] needles, or size needed to obtain correct gauge.

Gauge: 32 sts x 34 rows in pattern = 10 x 10 cm
25 sts x 34 rows in stockinette st = 10 x 10 cm


Pattern: See the charts for Model No. 12 on page 21 of Drops No. 93. The pattern is seen from the right side.

= dark brown
= beige heather
= raspberry
= natural
= dusty pink

= knit from right side, purl from wrong side
= purl from right side, knit from wrong side
= yo
= slip 1 as if to K, K 1, psso
= K 2 tog
= slip 1 as if to K, K 2 tog, psso.


Measuring tips: All measurements include points.


Right glove: Cast on (80) 96 sts on 2 needles with dark brown. Pull out one needle and divide sts on 4 double-pointed needles; join and place a marker at the join. K 1 row and P 1 row.
Then knit Pattern 6 in stripes following Pattern 4. After Pattern 6 is complete there are (50) 60 sts. Continue with natural in Pattern 7 (the last 4 rows of Pattern 6) to finished measurements.
When the piece measures (11) 12 cm – see Measuring tips – knit Pattern 8, decreasing 2 sts evenly distributed on last row of Pattern 8 for size M/L (do not dec for size XS/S) = (50) 58 sts.
After Pattern 8 knit the next row as follows: (25) 29 sts stockinette st (= palm), place a marker (= side), (3) 5 sts stockinette st, Pattern 9 (= 19 sts/back of hand), (3) 5 sts stockinette st, place a marker (= side). Continue in pattern as established.

Thumb: On the 2nd row of Pattern 9 (the piece measures approx. (13) 14 cm), inc for thumb at each side of the 2nd st on row. Inc every other row (5) 6 times = (11) 13 thumb sts – inc 1 st by pulling up and knitting a st from previous row.When the piece measures (18) 20 cm put the (11) 13 thumb sts on a st holder. Cast on 1 new st in back of st holder = (50) 58 sts, continue the pattern as before.
When the piece measures approx. (22) 24 cm – adjust to end after a K row – knit 2 rows stockinette st, decreasing evenly distributed to (46) 54 sts on the last row.
Put the first and last (19) 22 sts on row on st holders and knit little finger over the (8) 10 sts remaining.

Little finger: Cast on (4) 4 new sts toward sts on st holder = (12) 14 sts, divide sts onto 3 double-pointed needles; join and knit stockinette st until finger measures approx. (4.5) 6 cm. Now K 2 tog around row, cut yarn and pull through remaining sts.Put sts from st holders back on needles and pick up 2 sts toward little finger = (40) 46 sts, join and knit 3 rows stockinette st over all sts. Put sts back on st holders, that is, the (20) 23 sts from palm and (20) 23 sts from back of hand.
Ring finger: Put (7) 8 sts from each st holder back on needles and cast on 2 new sts toward middle finger = (16) 18 sts. Join and divide sts on 3 double-pointed needles and knit stockinette st until finger measures approx. (6.5) 8 cm. K 2 tog across row, cut yarn and pull through remaining sts.
Middle finger: Put (6) 7 sts from each st holder back on needles, pick up (3) 4 sts toward ring finger and cast on 3 new sts toward index finger = (18) 21 sts. Join and divide sts on 3 double-pointed needles and knit stockinette st until finger measures approx. (7) 8.5 cm. K 2 tog across row, cut yarn and pull through remaining sts.Index finger: Put remaining (14) 16 sts on needles, pick up (3) 4 sts toward middle finger = (17) 20 sts. Join and divide sts on 3 double-pointed needles and knit stockinette st until finger measures approx. (5.5) 7 cm. K 2 tog across row, cut yarn and pull through remaining sts.Thumb: Put the (11) 13 sts on st holders onto needles and pick up (7) 8 sts in back of these sts = (18) 21 sts. Join and divide sts on 3 double-pointed needles and knit stockinette st for approx. (5) 6 cm, then K 2 tog around row, cut yarn and pull through the remaining sts.Left glove: Knit the same as the right but reverse shaping. After Pattern 8 knit the next row as follows: place a marker (= side), (3) 5 sts stockinette st, Pattern 9 (= 19 sts/back of hand), (3) 5 sts stockinette st, place a marker (= side), (25) 29 sts stockinette st (= palm) and inc for thumb at each side of next to last st on row.




Diagram

dark brown
beige heather
raspberry
natural
dusty pink
K from RS, P from WS
P from RS, K from WS
1 YO
slip 1 st as if to K, K1, psso
K2 tog
slip 1 st as if to K, K2 tog, psso


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