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Palmaria Shawl

About this Design:
This pattern is inspired by the waved ridges of seaweed left on the rocky shores at Cape Norman, Newfoundland. Palmaria palmate, commonly known as Dulse, is a seaweed commonly found in the north east Atlantic.

Skills Required:
  • Working slipped stitches
  • Working with crossed stitches
  • Working with charts
  • Working an icord
  • Short rows
  • Blocking

Finished Size (blocked):
59”/149.86 cm wide by 14”/35.56 cm high (at middle) and 7”/17.78 cm high (at ends)

Other Tools:
  • Cable needle
  • Glow line tape (to mark current row on charts/instructions).
  • Tapestry needle
  • Tpins

Yarn: 1,000 yards/914 meters of merino/yak blend fingering weight yarn that knits up to 8 sts/inch.
MC: 660 yards/604 meters in main color
CC1: 170 yards/155 meters in contrasting color 1
CC2: 170 yards/155 meters in contrasting color 2

Shown In: Indigodragonfly ‘Wingenhooven’, (400 yards/366 meters; 60% merino, 20% silk, 20% yak; 3.53 oz/100 grams).
MC: 2 skein of Sharktreuse
CC1: 1 skein of Straight Outta Swampton
CC2: 1 skein of The New Black

Note: This pattern is also available in the Northern Landscapes, part 2 ebook.

You will get a PDF (3MB) file

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