White Light Shawl
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This generous wrap is easy and fun way to use up your left overs and scraps. There is no purling and you never have too many stitches on your needles. In fact, this wrap starts and ends with 3 stitches!
The fun innovative construction, dropped stitches and eyelets, topped off with tassels = perfect spring wrap!
NEEDLES - US#5/3.75mm 24"/60cm circular needles
GAUGE - 20sts per 4"(10cm) in Garter Stitch blocked
YARN WEIGHT - Fingering weight(approximately 400 yards per 100 g)
YARN AMOUNT - Option A: Main Color (MC) – about 225 g or 875 – 900 yards; it could either be a gradient of several colors or one solid or variegated color. Contrast Color (CC) – about 75 g or 300 – 350 yards of sock and fingering weight leftovers
Main Color (MC) – about 225 g or about 875 – 900 yards; it could either be a gradient of several colors or one solid or variegated color
Contrast Color (CC) – about 75 g or 300 – 350 yards of speckled yarn/(s) (you could collect speckled leftovers as well!)
It really is all about using up these precious yarns! If you don’t have scraps, no worries! Go with option B.
YARN RECOMMENDED - any fingering yarn
NOTIONS - 2 markers, tapestry needle and a tassel maker or a piece of cardboard(optional)
FINISHED SIZE - Length: 104” (265cm) tip to tip, Width: 16” (40.5cm)
Schematic included in the pattern.
TECHNIQUES USED - Casting on and Binding off, Bias knitting, Increases/Decreases, Eyelets
DIFFICULTY LEVEL - Adventurous Beginner
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