This piece captures so perfectly the layers of color that can be present in a piece of agate stone…and with our palette, the potential color combinations seem endless. With a simple garter and slip-stitch motif, worked on the bias with an i-cord edge, this wrap is a fun knit. And with openings near each end, it can be worn in many ways.
19" [48.5 cm] wide and 88" [223.5 cm] long
chickadee / 2 skeins each: kumlien's gull 152 (A) / clay 113 (B) / audouin 157 (C) / kittywake 151 (D) / shell 171 (E) / maple 178 (F)
24" circulars in size US 6 and 7 [4 and 4.5 mm]
26 sts and 32 rows = 4" [10 cm] in slip stitch pattern with larger needles, after blocking
Long-tail cast on, picking up stitches, i-cord, grafting (links provided); increasing, decreasing. Charts and line-by-line instructions included.
The mesmerizing stitch definition in Paula Periera’s Naamah shawl is created by the use of twisted stitches in soft Chickadee. This elongated triangle is knitted from the center neck down, with simple ribbing that flows into its mirrored lace border.
72½" [184 cm] wingspan and 23½" [59.7 cm] deep at center
chickadee / aleutian 148 / 5 skeins
40" circular in sizes US 4 and 7 [3.5 and 4.5 mm]
22 sts and 28 rows = 4" [10 cm] in twisted rib pattern, after wet-blocking
Long-tail cast on (link provided). Charts and line-by-line instructions included.