Branwen by Sue Lazenby
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Branwen

Knitting
November 2014
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
25 stitches and 35 rows = 4 inches
in lace pattern before blocking
US 6 - 4.0 mm
730 - 750 yards (668 - 686 m)
one (approx. 60'' x 24''), but adjustable
This pattern is available for £4.75 GBP buy it now

Available as a single pattern or as part of the Celtic Myth e-book collection.

Also available in the Create2Thrive webstore and on Patternfish as a KnitCompanion-ready file.

Branwen (pronounced BRAN-oo-wen) means ‘White Raven’. She is one of the Celtic battle goddesses & I have taken inspiration from the shape of spear heads and axes, entwined Celtic patterns as well as the shape of raven’s wings. This is a sideways knit triangular shawl, the cabled panel along the lower edge complementing the diamond patterned lace. The size is adjustable & it is suitable for an intermediate knitter.

SIZES: (for the number of repeats shown in my sample)
Approx. width 60” / 162.5 cm; depth 24” / 61 cm; side edges 8” / 20 cm

GAUGE: 4” / 10 cm over lace pattern using fingering on 4mm needles: before blocking: 25 sts / 35 rows; after blocking: 24 sts / 28 rows

MATERIALS & TOOLS:

Yarn: Fingering: approx 730 - 750 yd / 668 - 686 m


Needles: 1 x 32’’ / 80 cm circular:
US # 6 / 4.0 mm or size to achieve desired gauge.


Notions: Cable needle; 3 stitch markers; blocking wires & pins.

SKILL LEVEL: intermediate - advanced intermediate
(3 -4 / 5)

SKILLS NEEDED: cabling, lace knitting.

The detailed instructions are fully written as well as charted throughout. The pattern has been fully tech edited and tested.

I’d love to see your progress / finished shawl over in the
suseknits group.

NB: New regs in the EU (as of 13 june ‘14) mean that patterns aren’t refundable after download. HOWEVER if you’re unhappy in any way with your pattern I can still offer a refund / replacement. My T&Cs are here: http://www.suelazenbydesigns.com/p/the-small-print.html