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Agalina is a glacier on the west side of the Antarctic Peninsula. Glaciers move two different ways: Plastic Flow involves
movement within the ice itself while Basal Slip is the entire glacier slipping and sliding downward due to gravity.

This top down heart shaped shawl starts with a garter tab and proceeds to slip and slide down to the lace border.

Depth at neck edge 19 inches (48 cm)  width at widest point 45 inches (114.5cm)

Cascade 200 Superwash 100% Wool, 220 yds 201 meters/100
grms 3.53 ounces MC– 1 ball (shown in Baby Denim), CC1– 1 ball
(shown in Aran) and CC2- 2 balls.
Sample used 50 gms of MC & CC1 and 180 gms of CC2 (shown in

US 7 and 8 (4.5 & 5.0 mm) needles

Gauge: 24 sts and 26 rows = 4 inches (10 cm)

Naomi Parkhurst creates the most amazing stitch patterns based on words. The border on this shawl is adapted from her Iceberg Lace pattern that can be found on her blog.

Gauge while always important is not critical to this piece, however knitters gauge and yarn choices will impact materials needed and finished dimensions.
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