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Burano

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Inspired by the colorful streets of Burano, Italy, this shawl is a relaxing knit designed for maximum flexibility. The stripes are a perfect way to use up sock yarn remnants, or a great excuse to experiment with bold new color combinations. It is a top down, garter stitch knit, and is presented in 2 sizes, but includes notes on adjusting the overall size. You can also adjust the number of stripes worked, and of course you can use 2, 3, or 30 colors - whatever strikes your fancy. This design could also be worked in other yarn weights, just make sure to use a needle several sizes larger than normal, to ensure a relaxed fabric. If substituting yarns, make sure to use a yarn that will hold a block well, as this shawl requires fairly aggressive blocking to lay flat. Size and yardage details: Small 15" (38cm) deep, 55" (140cm) wide Main color: 50g (231 yards) Stripes: around 12g (60 yards) each Total yarn used: 130g (600 yards) Large 23" (58 cm) deep, 60" (152 cm) wide Main color: 100g (462 yards) Stripes: around 15g (75 yards) each Total yarn used: 235g (1,100 yards) BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit purl kfb provisional cast on GAUGE 22 stitches and 44 rows = 4" (10cm) in garter stitch. Pattern can be make with other weights of yarn, just use a needle large enough to achieve a relaxed gauge. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Small: 15" (38cm) x 55" (140cm). Large: 23" (58cm) x 60" (152 cm) SUGGESTED YARN 600 yards of Fingering weight

Recommended with this pattern

  • fingering weight yarn
  • US size 5 needles
  • stitch markers

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I'm a third generation knitter, who only really picked it up after discovering lace about 7 years ago. I've been designing for just over 5 years now, and I absolutely love it!