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Bold, yet highly sophisticated sapphire-colored yarn combines beautifully with a design that mixes lace with intermittent bands of garter stitch.
The yarn is an unbelievably silky merino blend that comes in a rich color palette and practically glides through your fingers as you knit.
The result is a sumptuously soft triangular shawl that drapes beautifully as a scarf and adds the perfect touch of warmth.
This shawl is knit from the top center down with increases positioned to create the versatile triangular shape. It's knit in one piece, with only the optional fringe to add in finishing.
[Errata found 1/3/14: on page 4, Rows 3 and 9 should start with K2, not K1. If you purchase after this date, you have a corrected copy.]
Finished Knit Measurements (folded flat): Approx 59 ½" [151 cm] across top; 25 ½" [65 cm] height at center, blocked.
Yarn Used: Classic Elite Yarns Magnolia (70% Merino Wool/30% Silk); 1.75 oz/50 g [120 yds/110 m] per ball): 5 balls in Color #5449 Sapphire.
Pattern Gauge: Approx 15 sts and 28 rows = 4" [10 cm] in St st (blocked aggressively).
Yarn Label Gauge and Information: A DK weight yarn in an merino/silk blend with a gauge of 22 sts = 4" [10 cm] on size 6 needles [4 mm].
Total Yardage Required: 600 yds [550 m]; 520 yds [475 m] if NOT fringed.
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Knitting Needles Used: Size 8 [5 mm] needle: 32" [80 cm] or longer circular needle OR SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE.
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Posted by Ingalill Thornestedt on 4th Jan 2014
As the headline says I´m a non shawl person and I get so frustrated by all the patterns there are to make shawls in the magazines and on the net.
And then my eyes found this one........What can I say?
It´s the most beautyful shawl I´ve ever seen and of course I started knitting at once when the pattern was downloaded.
I´ve been knitting for more than 40 years and is quite good at it.
Ingalill from Sweden