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Wheat Fields Shawl

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Imagine strolling through hills of wheat and barley, in their rich colors of yellow and gold, and every once in a while, you stumble across a budding flower. You continue onwards and suddenly, you find yourself in a field of flowers, their enticing scent inviting you in. You linger a while, before heading back into the fields, remembering that special place you’ve discovered.

If you love large flowing shawls, rich in texture and lace patterns, then Wheat Fields is for you. The body of the shawl is worked in sections of garter stitch, and a simple lace pattern—easy to pick up and take on the go. This section is worked three times, before reaching the border of the shawl, which is worked in a wonderfully intricate, but not difficult, eye-catching lace stitch. It’s finished off with a last go of garter stitch, and bound off with a fun picot bind-off.

A great everyday shawl to wear all year round, it’s easy to style in multiple ways: wrapped around the neck for a look that is dripping in cool or draped over the shoulders for warmth and elegance.

Pattern Information:

Needle Size: US 4 (3.25mm) 32” circular needle. A long circular needle is recommended in order to accommodate the large number of stitches.
Yarn Used: Ancient Arts Fibre Crafts (65% Silk/35% Linen, Heavy Lace; 700 meters/765 yards per113 gram/4.0 oz skein).1 skein in the color way Goldmine.
Gauge: 20 sts and 46 rows=4”/10cm in garter stitch.
One lace repeat 2” (sts) and 2.5” (rows) on Great Wheat Fields st.
Gauge is not crucial to this project but varying gauges will affect the amount of yarn used.
Notions: Removable stitch markers, darning needle.

Pattern has been professionally tech edited and test knit.
You will get a PDF (1MB) file

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