Oceanis

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Oceanis Pattern

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Knitting: Oceanis
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Oceanis Oceanis
Oceanis Oceanis
Oceanis Oceanis

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Clothing

Fit:

Women

Item:

Shawl

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You should be able to knit and purl

Pattern Description:

This beautiful lace triangular shawl is worked from top to bottom. The easy to remember stitch pattern is suitable for novice as well as experienced knitters. There are only five purl rows in the entire shawl, making it a relatively fast knit.
Beads are vertically mounted and knitted in on the edge of the border. This pattern has both written and charted instructions and includes a complete row count for all 3 sizes.
I was inspired to design this shawl pattern after purchasing a lovely skein of variegated hand dyed yarn and the diagonal nature of this design showcases the colour changes beautifully. I have also knit this pattern using a solid shade of yarn with equally good results.
I designed this shawl while sailing on the Atlantic Ocean on our sailing vessel "Oneday"
"Oceanis" pron. o-she-aniss

Gauge:

7sts = 2.5cm on a 3.25mm needle in Stocking Stitch

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Width: 127cm-152cm Depth: 64cm-76cm Depending on which size is knit.

Materials:

  • 350-450 meters of 4 Ply Fingering sock weight yarn.
  • 4.50mmx80cm or 100cm Circular Needle

You Will Also Need:

  • 25gms of Seed Beads (the hole should be large enough for the yarn to pass through). Very small crochet hook for use when knitting in the beads. Stitch markers.

Suggested yarn:

400 meters of Fingering weight

About Designer

About Designer

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by Oneday Designs
London ON. Canada
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I have loved making things that involve using my hands ever since I was a very small child. Things have evolved since then. Sewing, quilting, smocking, embroidery, spinning and of course knitting and machine knitting. I have been designing my own knitting patterns for many years now, but more seriously during the last 5 years. Since 2008, my husband and I have been living aboard our sailings ...

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