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Product Description

Short Description:  Drape your shoulders with gentle ripples and lace reminiscent of a Zen garden, its walkways trimmed with mosses. Inspired by a recent trip to Japan, this bias-knit shawl is perfect for the softest yarns in your favorite soothing colors. The gorgeous yarn used in the sample was naturally dyed using avocado pips, so I named it Pippu, the Japanese word for pip. Start with easy stripes, alternating a fngering weight with a single strand of lace weight yarn. A simple, straight-forward lace section is then worked with the lace weight doubled, giving the asymmetrical triangle a floaty finish.

Gauge: 20 sts and 38 rows = 4"/10 cm in Garter Stripes, with CC held single, blocked.  Gauge is not crucial for this project, but variations will affect yardage and final measurements.

Finished Measurements: 

  • Wingspan: 88”/223.5 cm
  • Depth: 24”/61 cm

Measurements taken after blocking

Materials Used: MC: Fingering weight/4-ply, 437 yd/400 m CC: Lace weight/2-ply, 920 yd/840 m

Sample used:  MC: Woollenflower Plant-Dyed Yarn, Alpaca/Silk/Cashmere (fngering weight/4-ply, 70% alpaca, 20% silk, 10% cashmere, 437 yd/400 m per 100g), Avocado Pip.
CC: Woollenflower Plant-Dyed Yarn, Kid Mohair/Silk (lace weight/2-ply, 70% kid mohair, 30% silk, 460 y/420 m per 50g), Avocado Pip

Needles:  US 5/3.75 mm long circular needle to hold a large number of stitches (shawl is worked flat), or size required to obtain gauge

Pattern Includes: Written Instructions

Skill Level: Adventurous Beginner

Other Details:

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3 unit(s)

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