A companion piece to the Palmaria Shawl
, part of the Northern Landscapes Collection, part 2
. The slip stitch pattern was inspired by the waved ridges of seaweed left on the rocky shores at Cape Norman, Newfoundland. Palmaria palmate, often known as Dulse, is a seaweed commonly found in the north east Atlantic.
This piece is also an homage to the ever popular Bias ‘Before & After’ Scarf by Churchmouse Yarns and Teas
Instructions are included for versions with and without beads and two colours vs a single colour.Skills Required:
Finished Size (blocked):
- Working slipped stitches
- Working with crossed stitches
- Working with charts and written instructions
- Kitchener Stitch (Grafting)
- Working with beads (Optional)
6.5”/16.5 cm wide by 80 (102)“/203 (259) cm in length (tip to tip)Other Tools:
Beading Tools (Optional):
- Cable needle
- Glow line tape (to mark current row on charts/instructions).
- Tapestry needle
- Tpins and blocking wires
- Crochet hook and waste yarn for crochet cast-on
- 350 8/0 Seed Beads
- 0.6 mm crochet hook, 0.8 mm Fleegle Beader, Oral B Super Floss or your preferred method for adding beads to stitches
400 (656) yards/366 (600) meters of fingering weight yarn that knits up to 8 sts/inch.Shown In:Purple sample:
Indigodragonfly ‘Chameleon Sock’, (400 yards/365 meters; 63% superwash merino, 20% cashmere, 17% silk; 3.53 oz/100 grams).
Japanese Toho 8/0 Seed beads, Silver Lined Matte Lime Green (#tb8r24f) from www.beadfx.comTwo colour sample:
Noro ‘Silk Garden Sock’, (328 yards/300 meters; 40% wool, 25% silk, 25%” nylon, 10% mohair; 3.53 oz/100 grams). 1 skein each S424 (Color A) and S269 (Color B).