Breaking Dawn by Dutch Knitting Design
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Breaking Dawn

Knitting
September 2013
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches
in Garter Stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
600 - 900 yards (549 - 823 m)
easy adaptable
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Pattern is available in English and in Dutch, you can choose which pdf you’d like when downloading.

Breaking Dawn is worked sideways starting at the tip. It is worked in a multi-coloured yarn and a matching semi-solid to show how great multi coloured yarns can look when worked up in knitted fabric. The shape is basically a narrow triangle formed by slowly increasing on one side. To add some interest, I added lace on both sides of the shawl which come together in the last section of the shawl.

Materials
Yarn:

C1: 382 yds/350 m fingering weight yarn.
C2: 382 yds/350 m fingering weight yarn.
Sample is shown in Dutch Knitting Design’s Krokus. (382 yds/350 m per 100gr)
Colourways; C1: OOAK; C2: Bright Day.
Needles: 1 US 5/3.75mm circular of length 40 in/100 cm.
Stitch markers: 3

Gauge
18 sts and 40 rows = 4 in /10 cm in Garter Stitch.

Sizes
Directions are given for 1 size: 33.5 in/ 85 cm on the widest point and a wingspan of 84.5 in/215 cm wide.

Thanks to:
Tech-editor:
Joan Beebe (ssknits on Ravelry)
Sample Knitter: Marleen van der Vorst (Leen002)
Test Knitters:
Sabrina van Os (sabrinavos)
Ellen van Dyck (Engjelushe)
Debbie Dawson (NZDebz)
Sarah Al-Amri (crochetsarah)
Clara Kuiken (klaartje)
Nathalie De Buysere (loenieke)
Francisca van Urk (francisca69)
Mieke Zuidema (mikkemus)
Ling (ftmhling)
Catherine (creacath)
Karin Veldman (kreakakel)
Erika van Dijken (stitchbystitch)