Autumn Gold Shawl by Janine Le Cras

Autumn Gold Shawl

March 2008
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
6 stitches and 7 rows = 1 inch
US 7 - 4.5 mm
62 inches x 36 inches approx
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The key is missing a symbol the X is the knit st at the middle of the shawl.
In order to ensure that you have sufficient yarn to complete the design with two skeins we have had to make a minor change to the pattern.

Main body of the shawl
Continue working rows 25 - 32 until you have 16 pattern repeats along the garter st edge. (140st) on either side ending with a row 31.

Cast on 32 st beginning at row 1 work 10 repeats of the border pattern.
work the tip as written and then work a further 10 repeats up the other side.

A top down triangular shawl, featuring leaf motifs and a knitted on border.

Knitted in fingering weight yarn, the shawl grows quickly and only takes two skeins of yarn.

This is the first of a set of four designs based on the four seasons.

There will be two triangular top down designs and two rectangular stoles.

All will be available form the Unique sheep as kits containing yarn and pattern as well as a Ravelry download.