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Yellowjacket is a large triangular shawl, worked top down from the centre outward in sport or fingering weight yarn. Hexagonal lace sections, reminiscent of honeycombs, are simple to knit, whilst a double row of bee motifs, worked using twisted stitches and Estonian gathered stitches add challenge to satisfy the more experienced knitter. Flower-like clusters of bobble stitches add further textural interest. Materials 6-7 30g balls Wister Araeru Sport or 600m of any sport-weight yarn Size 6 knitting needles A small crochet hook may help if you have difficulty with the gathered stitches. Gauge and size: 16 sts and 22 rows per 10cm in stockinette gives a finished shawl of 115cm centre to tip (total wingspan 230cm). Booklet comprises both written instructions and full charts. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Twisted stitches Gathered stitches Bobbles GAUGE 16 sts/22 rows per 10cm SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS wingspan 230cm SUGGESTED YARN 600 meters of Sport weight

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  • Size 6 knitting needles
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I'm Abigail, a craft addict and teacher living in Aichi, Japan. I originally come from Yorkshire in the UK, but I moved here over 7 years ago and never looked back. I've been making things since I was tiny - I remember sitting on the grass at infant school making 'fairy shoes' from leaves and bits of grass. I've been knitting and sewing since I was 7 - which means I've been a knitter for almost 30 years! Since then I've branched out a bit, learning to cut patterns, handspin, crochet, loom-bead, make wire-wrapped jewellery, needle- and wet-felt, dye, origami and papercrafts, drawing and painting, to name but a few.