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This textured, 3 color, crescent shaped shawl is worked from the top-down with a modified garter tab cast on that eases that “point” that many crescent shawls develop, and gives you a beautiful eyelet edge. Garter stitch sections make for mindless knitting while garter stripes (worked with short rows) and a lace section keep things colorful and fun.
It’s a great way to add some color to your winter wardrobe, and you can use up a few skeins of sport or fingering weight, plus some partial skeins of the CCs.
580 yards of the MC, 115 yards of CC1, and 330 yards of CC2.
Note that you can easily work this up in fingeringweight yarn to a tighter gauge--you will just end up with a smaller shawl.
Note also that Wollmeise Blend skeins are typically oversized (weighing more than 150 grams). The sample shown used 156 grams of a 160 gram skein of the MC (in Nautilus). Be aware that if your gauge varies from the pattern, you may require an add’l skein of the MC.