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Spring Chill Shawl

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Perfect for chilly spring evenings, this bottom-up shawl design will compliment your springtime wardrobe. Because of the scalloped edge, a stretchy cast on such as a long tail cast on is recommended. A raised double decrease is used as the center stitch in the shawl (see key to chart) to create a distinctive spine up the center line. This pattern is charted and does not have row by row written directions. Shawl is approximately 67 in/170 cm at widest point and 33 in/84 cm long at center. Errors in previous versions of the pattern can be found at: http://fibercraftmama.blogspot.com/p/erratta.html Current version of the pattern has all know errors corrected. Please contact me if you find other errors. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY reading charts left and right leaning decreases double decreases yarn overs GAUGE 16 sts and 28 rows = 4" [10 cm] in stockinette stitch, blocked Gauge is not critical to this project SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Approximately 67 in/170 cm at widest point and 33 in/84 cm long at center SUGGESTED YARN 658 yards of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN KnitPicks Diadem Fingering (100 g, 329 yd, 50% baby alpaca/50% mulberry silk) COLORWAY Turquoise

Recommended with this pattern

  • US size 5 [3.75 mm] 24" circular needle
  • KnitPicks Diadem Fingering (100 g, 329 yd, 50% baby alpaca/50% mulberry silk)
  • Removable stitch markers

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Heddi Craft Designs
Heddi Craft Designs
I've been doing various crafts all my life. I learned to crochet when I was 6 and to sew a couple of years later. I started making quilts near the end of high school and cross-stitched for several years in college. I have sewn clothes for myself and my kids and I learned to knit about five years ago. I enjoy keeping busy! You can read my blog at http://fibercraftmama.blogspot.com/