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Blyth

Knitting
January 2012
Fingering / 4 ply (14 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches in Stocking Stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
US 9 - 5.5 mm
440 - 460 yards (402 - 421 m)
One size
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Errata available: theknitter.themakingspot.com

Errata mentioned aboved is for pattern published on magazine The Knitter issue 41.

Errata:

written instruction:
Row 19: K3, ” SSK, K2tog, P2, K2tog, (YO, K)x 2, (YO, K)x 2, (P2, K2tog)x 5, (YO, K)x 2x 5, (YO, K)x 2, P2, K2tog, K3tog “, K, repeat ” to “, K3.

Row 25: K8, K3tog, YO, Ktbl, YO, (K5, K2tog, YO, Ktbl, YO)x 12, K5, K3tog, YO, Ktbl, YO, K, YO, Ktbl, YO, SSSK, K5, (YO, Ktbl, YO, SSK, K5)x 12, YO, Ktbl,
YO, SSSK, K8.


Blyth is the first shawl design of mine that got published in a UK knitting magazine, the Knitter. It is a bottom up shawl that knitted with fingering weight yarn. Two beautiful lace stitch patterns are picked for the shawl body and I especially enjoy making the last part of the pattern.

This is a fun, elegant one skein yarn lace project. The border pattern might be challenging but I hope you all will enjoy making it!

There are both Chart and Written Instruction included in the pattern copy that sold at Ravelry