Evergreen Shawl by JoLene M. Treace
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Evergreen Shawl

Fingering (14 wpi) ?
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 10 - 6.0 mm
990 yards (905 m)
63.5" wide across the top by 45" wide along the diagonal sides
Errata available: abramsbooks.com

Gauge: 12-stitch repeat = 2 3/4” using smaller needles after blocking; exact gauge is not essential

From Handknit Holidays:
When all other trees have gone dormant for the season, evergreens hold a silent vigil. It’s no wonder, then, that evergreens - pine trees, spruce trees, and holly - have become sacred symbols of the winter holidays, honored and even worshiped in many cultures for centuries. This timeless shawl, inspired by a visit to the eclectic, artsy, and tree-filled town of New Harmony, Indiana, is worthy of honor too. With pinecone and leaf motifs worked into its lace pattern, it’s a beautiful, slightly earthy, but totally contemporary accessory that can be wrapped around the shoulders like a traditional shawl or tossed around the neck over a vintage coat like a casual scarf.