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fibonacci [mark one]

Knitting
September 2014
Fingering / 4 ply (14 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 37 rows = 4 inches in garter stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
575 - 600 yards (526 - 549 m)
small; 81" (206cm) by 12" (31 cm) at centre point
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fibonacci [mark one] is the smallest size of a trio of smooshy isosceles shawls knit from end-to-end.

[mark one]’s symmetry is beautiful in both bold and subtle colour combinations. this shawl is very simple to knit and portable, too: because of its flat-knit sideways construction, mark one is narrow enough that it may be knit comfortably using either a pair of 14” straight needles or a 20” circular needle.

since only one colour is worked at a time [mark one] is a great introduction to colourwork. pattern directions indicate the number of garter stitch ‘ridges’ in each stripe for quick counting and fuss-free knitting.

pattern skills:
& - knit
& - increase stitches (kfb)
& - decrease stitches (k2tog)

yarn requirements:
& - 300 yards (~70 grams) of fingering weight MC
& - 300 yards (~70 grams) of fingering weight CC

or 2 50 gram skeins of each MC and CC.

pattern information:
& - 3-page pattern in PDF format
& - supporting PDF with row-by-row stitch counts available