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Oyster Shawl

from Ambah O'Brien
(6) Name: 'Knitting : Oyster Shawl
Oyster Shawl
Oyster Shawl
Oyster Shawl
Oyster Shawl
Oyster Shawl

Pattern Description:

A lacey shawl that is as practical as it is glamorous.
Drape it over your shoulders as the perfect compliment to your evening wear, or wear it casually wrapped around your neck for day-to-day warmth.

Choose two contrasting skeins of your favourite fingering weight yarn.
The Oyster Shawl is knit from the top down, forming an elongated crescent shape. Written instructions are provided for the eyelet body section, then choose from charted or written instructions for the circle lace edging.

MEASUREMENTS:
Length 198cm/78"
Width 52cm/ 20.5"

MATERIALS:
Yarn:
MC: 1 skein Oyster Yarns, Eden's Blend: (fingering / ply. 365.8m/400yards. 70% Wool, 20% Silk, 10% Cashmere).
Sample knit in color Gentle.

CC: 1 skein Oyster Yarns, Eden's Blend: (fingering / ply. 365.8m/400yards. 70% Wool, 20% Silk, 10% Cashmere).
Sample knit in color Semple.

Needle:
4 mm/US 6 circular needles 80 cm/32 in or longer.

Notions: Tapestry needle
1 Stitch marker

GAUGE:
20 sts and 36 rows = 10cm/4" blocked eyelet fabric. Gauge is not crucial for this project; however, variations in gauge will affect finished measurements and yardage.

This pattern has been Tech Edited and Test Knit.

Gauge:

20 sts and 36 rows = 10cm/4" blocked eyelet fabric. Gauge is not crucial for this project; however, variations in gauge will affect finished measurements and yardage.

Suggested yarn:

800 yards of Fingering weight



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Intermediate
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Women
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Hello, I'm a Knitter & Body Painter/Artist from Australia.
and I love to adorn the human form.

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