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Nina Machlin Dayton has been knitting, designing and teaching for over 35 years. Her first professional job was as a hand knitter for couturier designer Joan Vass in the early 1980s and she never ...
Nina Machlin Dayton has been knitting, designing and teaching for over 35 years. Her first professional job was as a hand knitter for couturier designer Joan Vass in the early 1980s and she never looked back. A native New Yorker, Nina currently lives in western Massachusetts with her husband, daughter, 2 cats and a dog in an old Victorian house filled to the rafters with yarn and books.View all patterns by designer (54) »
This asymmetrically shaped triangular shawlette is worked from the top down. Cozy and warm it uses garter stitch to break up pooling in variegated yarns, but looks great in solid colors too. The pattern contains a chart to follow the asymmetrical row counts and includes instructions for 2 different types of ties.
For making tassel ties you will also need: Measuring tape, scissors, crochet hook (or other tool to pull end through fabric), pin to hold shawl still while making tassel and something to pin the shawl to - blocking mats, carpet, a piece of upholstered furniture
18 sts and 43 rows to 4 inches/10 cm in garter stitch. Differences in gauge will impact the finished size of the shawl and the yardage used, but is not crucial to fit.
350 yards of Worsted weight