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Every Fall the girls take off to Ogunquit, Maine to relax, leaving the guys at home to fend for themselves. This shawl is inspired by strolls along the scenic seaside pathways of the Marginal Way. The shawl is super fun and the edging is easy to remember; making it the perfect project to take along.
PATTERN NOTES Marginal Way is a fun shawl worked from the top-down in St st in the first color, then transition to the thick garter stripe wavy edge
Skill Level: Advance Beginner/Intermediate Finished Measurements: About 64” wide and 23” deep, blocked
Gauge: 21 sts and 30 rows = 4” (10 cm) in St st, blocked
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