Falling Leaves by bunnymuff, Mona Zillah
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Falling Leaves

Knitting
May 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
6 stitches and 8 rows = 1 inch
in stockinette, unblocked
US 4 - 3.5 mm
870 - 1300 yards (796 - 1189 m)
small (knit to row 137) 25" x 70"/63 x 178 cm, large (knit to row 210) 38" x 80"/96 x 200 cm
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The Gothic Foil Arch is elegant and strong, often over a gate or window in a wall, enticing to the promise of a secret garden inside or peering out to the forest beyond. These were the inspriation for this shawl, a structure surrounded by mystery and foilage. Welcome to the Falling Leaves shawl!

This shawl was designed for Yarn Fairy Silk Sock, which is available in the Yarn Fairy’s shop, along with beads and stitch markers.

This is a pattern for a triangular shawl. It is worked from the top down. There are about 600 beads beginning in Clue 2 and 4 rows with, optional, nupps. 3 skeins are recommended for the large size triangle, but can vary with knitting style (2 skeins may be enough on 3.5mm needles) - you know yourself best!
** info on yardage: I used 204 grams of Fairy Silk Sock, on 3.5 mm needles, and gauge of: 24 sts x 34 rows = 4”/10cm unblocked stockinette, for the 2 panel triangle shape.
Triangle (2 panel) - me: 890yrds/812m, trusty test knitter: 874 yrds/800m
3/4 square (3 panel) - 1203 yrds/1100m

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This shawl may also be worked as a 3/4 square or full square, add more yarn, more beads, and one/two more panels as you knit!
This pattern is fully written for the triangle and the charts are the panel only. In the hope to save a bit of paper, WS rows are not shown as, all even (WS) rows are worked as - K2, p to last 2 sts, k2, unless noted.