from Gudrun Maria
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A Faroese shawl is a traditional piece of clothing from the Faroe Islands. The unique design of Faroese shawls is the center back gusset shaping. Each shawl consists of two triangular side panels, a trapezoid-shaped back gusset, an edge treatment, some also have shoulder shaping. The shaping allows these shawls to drape over the shoulders and remain in place as the wearer moves, even if the shawl is not pinned in place.
Now you can make your very own Faroese Shawl. This pattern is knit from the bottom up in garter stitch. Pattern contain one sizes but you can adjust size by using other needle sizes.
Pattern is BOTH CHARTED and WRITTEN in words.
19 stitches in sts = 4 in / 10 cm
910 yards of Fingering weight
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