This very light scarf is made of net stitch and we all know how difficult it is to make it without having to interrupt it with the traditional binding between two intarsia fields.
In this case, using the selective plating technique, there is always a yarn knitted between two colour fields – that keeps them “tied” together without interrupting the net stitch. Thank to this technique it is easier to create print-like designs and effects. In this item, yarns and colours have been mixed to achieve a gradient effect.
Machine: STOLL ADF530-32 Ki Multi Gauge
Techniques: Intarsia, Selective-plating, Stoll-Ikat plating ®, Petinet net stitch