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Pamlico: This pattern creates an asymmetric semicircular shawl. It is knit from the bottom to the neck edge, so it is critical that you have enough yarn to complete the entire project before beginning. Photographed turquoise model used 414 yards (377 meters) or 97% of a 440 yard (400 meter) hank. By contrast, the beige shawl, worked to the same gauge, used 525 yards (478 meters). The difference in yardage used is attributed to the spin and loftiness of the beige yarn.
The shaping is created with double decreases and shadow wraps. Reverse knitting 2 sts on each end of every WS row adds ease to the upper edge.
Skills Required (or are willing to learn): Yarn over; k2tog and ssk (single decreases); k3tog, p3tog, sssk, and sssp (double decreases); purl side shadow wraps; reverse knitting. Links to video tutorials for shadow wraps and reverse knitting included.
Yarn: Fingering weight yarn, MC: 575 yards / 525 meters; CC: 110 yards / 100 meters
Beige model knit with Ella Rae Lace Merino (MC and CC); Turquoise model knit with Maui Yarn (MC) and Liberty Wool Light (CC); any yarn that works to the specified gauge can be substituted. Note: Yarn amounts are only guaranteed when working pattern to the specified gauge.
Needles: US 6 (4 mm) 40" (100 cm) circular needle or size needed for gauge
Extras: marker, tapestry needle
All dimensions are listed in Imperial and metric measurements.
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