Calanthia Shawl by Jo-Anne Klim

Calanthia Shawl

Knitting
July 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
in lace pattern
US 6 - 4.0 mm
424 yards (388 m)
One size: Wingspan: 150 cm / 59 in; Depth: 43 cm / 17 in
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The promise of Spring with buds about to burst into flower inspired this design. Named for Beautiful Flower in Old Greek, Calanthia is a wide and shallow crescent shaped shawl.

Worked from the top down, the easily memorised lace - evocative of budding flowers - gently flows into the edging, which features highlights of the little flower bud lace pattern. Light and airy, it is perfect to throw over the shoulders on a cool morning.

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The pattern is provided with written instructions and charts for the lace.

Please note: While gauge isn’t crucial for this shawl, the finished size will be affected by any differences.

Finished Measurements:
Wingspan: 150 cm / 59 in
Depth: 43 cm / 17 in
Measurements taken after blocking, when shawl has relaxed.

Materials:
388 m / 425 yds of 4 ply (Fingering) yarn
4.00mm / US 6 needles
tapestry needle

Skill level: Intermediate

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