In Tchaikovsky`s lyrical and heart-wrenching opera, Eugene Onegin, the young Tatiana is spending the autumn on her family`s country estate. While there, she meets and falls in love with the mysterious visitor, Onegin.
It is during this period that she can be found wearing a lacy capelet to cover her shoulders against the chill of the evening. It is her adornment as she writes her passionate love letter to Onegin. The fateful letter that the vain and fickle Onegin does not appreciate such that he loses her forever.
Worked from the neck down, this capelet can be knit with or without the funnel neck. Work the main chart for the main body once for an abbreviated version of this piece. Work it one additional time for a longer cape.
The sample pictured is knit with Handmaiden Fine Yarn Sea Wool, 70% wool, 30% seacell, (350 m./383 yds. per 112 g. skein), colour "Tangerine Tones", size Medium/Large.
Sizes: Extra Small/Small, Medium/Large, 1X/3X
Circumference at Neck:
47 cm./19 in. (55 cm./22.1 in.;
63 cm./25.3 in.)
Circumference at Lower Border:
142 cm./56.8 in. (166 cm./66.3 in.;
189 cm./75.8 in.)
Total Depth: 40 cm./16 in. (45 cm./18 in.; 50 cm./20 in.)
Level of Difficulty: Intermediate
Suggested Yarn: 490 m./535 yds. (580 m./635 yds.; 680 m./744 yds.) of sport weight or double knitting yarn
Needles: 4.5 mm. (US 7) circular
Gauge: 19 sts and 24 rnds = 10 cm./4 in. square in Pattern Stitch
Purchase Pattern Alone: $10.00 CAD