Echo Wood by Boo Knits
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Echo Wood

Knitting
March 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
23 stitches = 4 inches
in garter stitch on 3.75mm needles before blocking
US 5 - 3.75 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 8 - 5.0 mm
820 yards (750 m)
One Size
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This pattern is part of the Green Bank Winter Collection; a collection of four patterns that offer a saving on buying the patterns individually. New patterns will automatically be added to the Collection as they are released and you will be sent an email and Ravelry message to keep you updated.

As winter turns into spring the Jackdaws start to make themselves known. You only need to hear them once to understand why a collection of Jackdaws is called a Clattering! They sit in the trees, amid the lime leaves of the wood near to our house and their squawks echo into the pale sky letting us know that spring and warmer weather is on the way.

Echo Wood is a wide top down shawl that is a shallow triangle. Worked in fingering weight yarn or fingering weight yarn and a fuzzy mohair/silk sport weight, the simple garter stitch stripes lead into a section of interesting stitches and cables before resuming the garter stitch for the shawl edge. Knit in either two or three colours this is a simple yet effective and very, very wearable shawl.

YARDAGE AND DIMENSIONS :-
Two colour shawl (Skein Queen Entwist) requires 100 g of Yarn A, 80 g of Yarn B. Dimensions - 19.5 inches (49.5 cm) deep and 77.5 inches (197 cm) wide after very gentle blocking.
Three colour shawl (Skein Queen Selkino and Ripple) requires 100 g of Yarn A, 72 g of Yarn B and 10 g of Yarn C with a little bit of margin. Dimensions - 23.5 inches (60 cm) deep and 76 inches (193 cm) wide after very gentle blocking.

This pattern is charted and has full written instructions.

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