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Garland Shawlette

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Sometimes looking at a yarn will make a design pop almost fully formed into your mind.
In this case the feel of 50% Merino 50% silk yarn called out to be draped over shoulders and the colourway reminded me of the leaves in a patch of woodland near home which in turn brought to mind a lace pattern from the Knitting and Crochet Guild archive.
The result is a simple crescent shawlette using a single skein of 4ply, garlanded with a band of leaves inspired by Victorian knitting patterns.
The lace section in knitted as a strip before the body stitches are picked up and the shawlette shaped using short rows.

20 sts and 32rows to 10cm using st st and 3.5mm needles, after blocking.

3.5mm needles, straight and circular.
4mm crochet hook.
1 100g skein of silk/merino 4ply yarn.
Yarn used: Silkie (50% merino, 50% silk, 400m per 100g) from Whimzy.
Stitch markers as required.
Scrap yarn.

Wingspan: 180cm Depth: 38cm.
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