Anthriscus by Tess Young

Anthriscus

Knitting
August 2015
Light Fingering ?
24 stitches and 27 rows = 4 inches
in stitch pattern
US 8 - 5.0 mm
675 yards (617 m)
234cm / 93inch wingspan, 46cm / 18 in drop
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Anthriscus is a ‘V’ shaped shawl knit from tip to tip, starting at one end and increasing to the centre, working contrast central section with short rows then working decreases in the third colour to the opposite tip. When worn wrapped around, the first and third colours overlap and the third colour is not visible. This means you can play with fun colour contrasts and include a colour that you like, but don’t want to wear close to your face.

Knitted in textured stitches on 5mm needles the Fenella yarn creates a lovely fabric with fabulous drape.

Pattern details:
Yarn, Susan Crawford Fenella 2 ply 100% pure new British wool (124m / 135 yes per 25g skein)
Colour A - Caramel - 2 Skeins
Colour B - Sloe Gin - 1 Skein
Colour C - Verdigris - 2 skeins

The sample was knitted up using these limited edition colours hand dyed by Ginger Twist Studio and launched at Woolfest. However, Fenella is available in 17 colours from Susan Crawford Vintage.

Errata
the following abbreviation is missing from those listed on the pattern:

Sl1wyif – slip one st with the yarn at the front
You will need to bring the yarn to the front to do this and return it to the back of the work for the following st.