Molehill is a semicircular shawl, worked from the bottom up, and decreased to the last 6 stitches, which are then grafted together, or joined with a three-needle bind-off.
The ground is garter stitch (wrong side rows are knitted) which makes for a quick project for most knitters.
The pattern is charted.
Gauge is not very significant, and size and texture can be easily altered by use of different needles and yarn.
Materials: approx. 500 m / 550 y of light fingering yarn.
A long circular needle is recommended to comfortably
accommodate all stitches at cast-on, but straight needles can also be used.
15 stitches and 12 rows = 4 inches in Stockinette stitch
550 yards of Fingering weight
This is my website: www.innerShelter.net where I have a virtual gallery for my enamelled jewellery and information about my knitting patterns.
With a background in arts and crafts and design, it was only a matter of (little) time until I started designing knitted items. I am just getting started, and loving it. My blog is: http://inner-shelter.blogspot.be/