Golden Ray by Monika Sirna
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Golden Ray

Knitting
July 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches
in Garter st, before blocking on US 6 (4 mm) needles
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 7 - 4.5 mm
420 yards (384 m)
one size
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Have you ever tried to catch a piece of sun? Golden Ray is one moment out of many, especially designed for my gracious friend and mentor, Elena Nodel.
Golden Ray allows you create a breathtaking display for the memory to hold and keep.

With its soft shapes and lovely lines, Golden Ray is a triangular shawl worked side-to-side in beautiful Shetland Lace. The intriguing-looking reversible stitch is straightforward, placed on a delightful garter background.
A splendid beaded variation is included in the pattern.

July 15th would have been Elena’s 43rd birthday and this ebook of exciting brand new designs was supposed to be our birthday surprise for her! Please join us for a New Beginnings KAL that will take place in Elena’s group - we always love good company and any pattern from this ebook will qualify you for a small prize.

Yarn:
fingering weight yarn, in merino and its blends, in solid or semisolid colors.

Sample shown uses:
Leizu Fingering by Julie Asselin, Jaipur colorway.

Yardage:
Color A: 420 yds (385 m)

Note, the entire skein was used for the sample. When in doubt, buy an extra skein for insurance.

Measurements (sides):
S: 35”, 50”, 55” (89, 127, 140 cm)
Measurements are taken from relaxed fabric after blocking.

Needles:
US 6 (4 mm) 24” (60 cm) long circ.
US 7 (4.5 mm) 24” (60 cm) long circ.

Notions:
darning needle, locking st marks, blocking wires and/or pins (lots of pins). Optional for adding beads: 174 pcs of 4 mm glass beads (15 g),
0.85 or 1.00 mm steel crochet hook for placing the beads.

Difficulty level:
4 out of 5 (1-easy, 5-dificult)

Pattern includes:

  • Charted instructions.
  • Written instructions.
  • Beaded version.
  • Detail explanation of techniques used.
  • Helpful tips on blocking, swatching, alternating skeins, fixing mistakes and lifeline.

Printing notes:
Please read entire pattern before printing to save ink and paper. There is a chance you will not need to print every page.