Fledge Shawl by Megan Goodacre

Fledge Shawl

November 2012
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
383 yards (350 m)
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An airy triangular shawl finished with a scalloped edge.
Fledge, a top-down, triangular shawl with bands of airy lace and stockinette, is a tribute to feathers and air, named for the first flying horse. Straightforward stitch patterns and lots of rest rows make this a nice way to ease into lace knitting. The double eyelets create a very open lace. Designed to use a single skein, Fledge is a great way to feature some hand dyed yarn. Shown in small fingering weight shawl, or medium lace weight shawl..

Skill Level easy-intermediate (basic knit/purl, basic lace)

Yarn Small: 1 skein Sweatermaker Yarns Marjorie, fingering weight, 50% silk 50% merino, 100 g/350 m per skein
Medium: 1 skein SweetGeorgia Merino/Silk Fine 50% silk 50% merino, 100 g/700 m per skein

Finished Measurements Small (Medium) 48 (60)“ wide by 24 (30)” high after blocking

Tension/gauge Approx 18 (21.5) sts and 30 (34) rows = 4”/10cm in St st, blocked

Needles US 6/4.0mm circular needles, long enough to accommodate a large number of stitches.