Drift Raglan Increase Shawl by Sonja Bargielowska
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Drift Raglan Increase Shawl

Knitting
May 2015
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in blocked stocking stitch
US 7 - 4.5 mm
900 - 1000 yards (823 - 914 m)
One Size
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Designed in Lyonesse linen/wool blend 4-ply yarn, Drift is the perfect cover up for a summer’s day. Sonja was inspired by her love of top down garment construction and a desire to create a shawl equivalent. The lace construction is worked in the round with raglan increases and magic loop technique and the design includes simple charts. Drift is fun to knit and the construction and yarn lend this garment a contemporary feel.

Finished Measurements:

165 cm by 49 cm, c. 65 inches by c. 19 inches after blocking

Pattern Designed For:

Blacker Yarns Lyonesse, 4-ply (50% linen, 50% Falkland Islands Corriedale/Merino wool; 174 meters / 190 yards per 50g)

Jade (green): 5 balls

Gauge/Tension:

16 sts and 30 rows over 10 cm by 10 cm, 4 inches square, stocking stitch after blocking

Notions:

two pairs of 4.5mm (US7, UK7) circular knitting needles (80 centimetres / 32 inches), four stitch markers, darning needle to sew in ends

Pattern Notes:

This shawl is worked in the round with raglan increases. It starts with a provisional cast on which is almost immediately picked up. The first few rows may be a little difficult to work, so we recommend using two circular needles. Once the first raglan increases in Section 1 have been worked, you may wish to switch to using magic loop technique with just one circular needle.

Level of difficulty:

Intermediate