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This beautiful triangular shawl is worked sideways in one piece from one point to the other. The corkscrew fringes are knit into the shawl as you go. You will need 180 g - 200 g of Wollmeise yarn or 560 m - 622 m of a comparable fibre and two bells for the ends of the shawl. The only skill required is being comfortable with working from a chart. All other techniques, i.e. the increases and decreases as well as the cast-on and bind-off, the I-cord plus the short rows are explained in a detailed illustrated appendix. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY you will learn (there are illustrated tutorials): provisional cast-on backwards loop cast-on cable cast-on increases decreases i-cord short rows bind-off GAUGE 24 sts and 38 rows = 10 cm (4 in) - stocking st - US#2.5/3 mm SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Length (from point to point including the lampions): 162 cm (63.75 in) Maximal width: 40.5 (16 in) SUGGESTED YARN 680 yards of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Wollmeise Twin COLORWAY jeton

Recommended with this pattern

  • US#2.5/3 mm circular needle, 40 cm (16 in) or longer [for body of shawl]
  • 4 dpns US#2.5/3 mm [for the lampions]
  • 1-3 stitch markers [to mark prominent parts of the st pattern] - optional

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janukke Strickdesign
janukke Strickdesign
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