Allermuir by Clare Devine
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Allermuir

Knitting
August 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 46 rows = 4 inches
in Garter stitch worked flat
675 - 711 yards (617 - 650 m)
One size
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Allermuir

This shawl is my tribute to the things I love most in knitting … Garter stitch, gorgeous yarn and space to play with colour.

The original Allermuir shawl was a celebration of my deep love for Grellow - the perfect combination of grey and yellow. This updated version has lots of space to play with yarn and colour combinations, making it easy for you to create your own ‘perfect shawl’.

Allermuir is a relaxing knit with the garter stitch flowing effortlessly from your needles. I never tire of garter stitch, the ease with which it knits and the squishy hug it gives you as it wraps around your shoulders. I have a deep love for the humble garter stitch fabric. Couple this with some little eyelets, a sprinkling of stripes and an interesting border - it’s the kind of knitting that makes me smile from start to finish.

I designed this shawl so that I could knit something I loved, I hope you love it too.

Materials

Ginger’s Hand Dyed Sheepish Sock (fingering; 80% superwash Bluefaced Leicester, 20% nylon; 365m / 399yd per 100g skein)
Shade: Lallybroch; 1 x 100g skein (MC)

Ginger’s Hand Dyed BFL Rock Sock (fingering; 100% Bluefaced Leicester; 385m / 421yd per 110g skein)
Shade: Little Cat Feet; 1 x 110g skein (CC)
Sample used 72g (252m / 276yd)

3.75mm / US 5 circular needle 80cm / 32in length (or 100cm / 40in length)
4mm / US 6 circular needle 80cm / 32in length (or 100cm / 40in length)
Two lockable stitch markers
Tapestry needle

Gauge

20 sts and 46 rows over 10cm / 4in of garter stitch using MC worked flat and blocked, using 3.75mm/ US 5 needles

Sizes

One size
173cm (68in) from tip to tip by 41cm (16in) deep

This pattern was originally part of the Neighbo(u)rhood Sheep Society, a yarn and pattern club by Clare Devine of Yarn and Pointy Sticks and Jessica James of Ginger Twist Studio.