A Midsummer's Night Shawl by Jessica Anderson

A Midsummer's Night Shawl

Knitting
May 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette Stitch, blocked
US 6 - 4.0 mm
800 - 820 yards (732 - 750 m)
Approximately 80”/203.0 cm wide and 30”/76.0 cm long, after washing and blocking.
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I love playing with Variegated yarns and their co-ordinating colors. These two colors from Three Irish Girls are no exception. They play well together, mixing elements of texture and lace to produce a stunning piece that will see you through a Midsummer’s Night, no matter what your plans entail. Make sure that you block your shawl when you are finished- especially if you choose to use the Three Irish Girls McClellan yarn, a nice soak and block really opens up the eyelet stitches and the resulting drape from the bamboo is breathtaking

Finished Dimensions
Approximately 80”/203.0 cm wide and 30”/76.0 cm long, after washing and blocking.
Gauge
16 sts/32 rows = 4”/10 cm in Stockinette Stitch
Yarn
Three Irish Girls McClellean Fingering (65% Merino, 25% Bamboo, 10% Nylon, 410
yards/375 meters per 100 grams/3.53 ounces) MC, Midsummer’s Night Dream 1 skein, CC, I am that Merry Wanderer Of the Night, 1 skein
Needles
Size US 6 (4 mm), 32”/81.5 cm circular needle (or preferred cable size for working a large number of stitches flat) or size needed to obtain gauge.
Supplies
Four stitch markers, tapestry needle, scissors.
Pattern Note:
The gauge for this shawl does not have to be exact, however, the yardage requirements and finished measurements will vary if your gauge is different from the pattern.

Photos by Liz Calmes of Limelight Photography, tech editing by Dana Gervais.

This pattern is an updated version of my β€œWings of a Prayer” pattern that I designed for Stitch&Unwind. This new version uses a different yarn, weight, and has a different number of repeat rows, along with an option ruffled edge..