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Burnished Briar Shawl - Hand Knitting Pattern PDF

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Burnished Briar Shawl

Half Crescent ‘Curl’ shaped shawl, worked flat.

Designed with simplicity to show off and maximize yardage for gradient skeins. Work to any size/ yardage. Lovely in solid or semi solids as well!

Leave as a Shawl; Or make it a Kerchief-Cowl with ribbon lacing (temporary) or seaming (permanent). Schematic for lacing / seam placement provided.

Charted and Written pattern using US English terms and abbreviations - glossary and metrics provided.

Intermediate Lace Skills: For work on both sides - but placements easily readable (6 st repeat)

Design and Stitching very flexible for both gauge and yarn weight. (Swatching with worsted and loving it!)

~ Materials ~

1} 100 g Hank @ 437 yd (400 m) per 100 g
Fingering Weight Yarn
~ Sample used 96 g of
Violet Lynx Dyeworks
Siberian Pearl 400 in Rusted Iron

US 2 (2.75 mm) Circular Needles 36” (90 cm) + Long
~ Worked Flat

Row Counter

Stitch Markers (2)

Blocking Equipment

50” (130 cm) Ribbon ~ Optional

~ Measurements ~

56” (142.5 cm) along upper curve
31.5” (80 cm) along straight side
63” (160 cm) along lower curve

~ Gauge ~

Gauge not critical but will affect size and yarn requirements.

Sample gauge:
27 sts x 28 rows = 4”
In firmly blocked stitch pattern
You will get a PDF (4MB) file
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