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Crevasse Shawl

Knitting
December 2011
Copper Moth Merino Silk roving
Fingering / 4 ply (14 wpi) ?
4.5 stitches = 1 inch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
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This simple 2-color shawlette features easy lace bands with a deeper lace border, inspired by the cracking ice fissures and crevasses in icebergs. The shawl is a slightly elongated semi-circular shape, which is easy to wear and knits up quickly with fingering-weight yarn.

Materials: About 365 yds 334 m of fingering-weight yarn (MC); 100 yds 91 m in CC.
Yarn Details: Main color (MC) is spun from 4 oz of hand-painted merino wool from FatCatKnits, Angel colorway). Contrast color was spun from 2 oz of a coordinating merino/silk roving from The Copper Moth Logwood colorway. Both are 2-ply yarns, semi-woolen, approximately 14 wpi with 375 yards per 4 oz. – 1500 ypp.
Needles: US6 4.0mm 24” 60 cm circulars.
Gauge: 4-1/2 stitches per inch in stockinette after blocking.
Finished Size: 56” 142 cm wingspan x 21” 53 cm depth
Other: tapestry needle for darning ends; stitch markers.