Banrion by Playing With Fibre

Banrion

Knitting
June 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 34 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch, knit flat
US 6 - 4.0 mm
733 - 897 yards (670 - 820 m)
One size: Depth at deepest point: 29.5 inches / 75 cm Length: 73 inches / 185 cm
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Banrion is a triangular shawl featuring a ribbed cable motif, on a two-colour garter stitch background. The pattern begins by casting on just a few stitches, working in garter stitch stripes, and increasing the stitch count as the shawl progresses. The cables are introduced gradually as the shawl grows wider.

The ribbed cable motifs are a modern reinterpretation of classic cables, usually associated with warm & structured cabled aran sweaters. The combination of slipped stitches and ribbing creates a soft fabric suitable for a draping shawl.

One size: 29.5 inches / 75 cm x 73 inches / 185 cm at widest point.

Gauge: 22 sts / 34 rows = 4 inches / 10 cm in garter stitch, knit flat.
Needle: 4 mm or size needed to achieve gauge.

Yarn: The sample is knit in Studio Donegal Darnie (100% lambswool, 448 yards / 410 m per 100g skein).

MC shade 8812 1 skein
CC shade 8804 1 skein

errata July 2019:
For the set up, row 4 should read as follows:
Row 4: Using CC, k to end.’