Windmill Bay

from sashkaRC

Windmill Bay Pattern

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Knitting: Windmill Bay
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized

Item:

Shawl

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

Windmill Bay is a stole knit from end to end with a lacy
section nestled between ribbed and cabled sections. I
designed this as a go to stole for around the campfire or snuggling on the sofa while watching a favourite movie. It would make a great gift for a faraway friend (or a close one) when an in person hug is just not possible. The lace and cable are both easy enough for advanced beginner knitters. The pattern includes both written and charted instructions and the story of Windmill Bay is included on the last page.

Blocked Size: 24 inches wide by 90 inches long/61 cm wide by 230 cm long

Finished Size: 22 inches wide by 90 inches long /56 cm wide by 230 cm long

Materials:
Drops Alpaca - 100% Pure Alpaca - 50 grams, 182 yards/167 meters - colour 4434 purple - 7 balls

Note- If substituting yarn keep in mind that this
pattern requires hard
blocking and natural wool fibers will yield the results most like the sample.

US size 5 [3.75mm] knitting needles or size required to obtain correct gauge

Knitting needle approx. 2 sizes larger for casting on and binding off. (optional)

Yarn needle for sewing in ends

Gauge:
24sts and 32 rows = 4 inches/10 cm in stockinette stitch.

Gauge is not critical in this
pattern.

Gauge:

24sts and 32 rows = 4 inches/10 cm in stockinette stitch.

Suggested yarn:

1274 yards of Sport weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Drops Alpaca

Colorway:

4434 purple

About Designer

About Designer

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by sashkaRC
Northern BC, Canada
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Sashka lives with her husband in a small community in Northern British Columbia. Creating all her life and knitting since a child she covets all things fibery. When not knitting, spinning, dyeing, or designing she dabbles in sleeping, eating, and working to pay the bills. She loves good friends, coffee, chocolate, cheese, wine, and obscure mystery
novels (not always in that order).

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