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spathe / Isabell Kraemer

This shawl by Isabell Kraemer was included in our Spring Twenty Nineteen installment Quince Quarterly level 2. A simple but stylish shawl worked from one point of the triangle with gradual increases to form an asymmetric triangular shawl. Colorful leaf insets add interest and are a fun play with short rows.

specifications

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS:

66" [167.5 cm] wingspan and 26½" [67.5 cm] deep

YARN:

finch / 5 skeins audouin 157 (A) / 1 skein shell 171 (B) / 1 skein clay 113 (C) / 1 skein bird's egg 106 (D)

Note: Only about 25 yards each of B, C, and D are used. If you have Finch leftovers, use them!

NEEDLES:

32" circular in size US 4 [3.5 mm]

GAUGE:

25 sts and 50 rows = 4" [10 cm] in garter stitch, after blocking

SKILLS REQUIRED:

Long-tail cast on, wrap-and-turn short rows (links provided), increasing.



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