Jagged Little Wedge (a.k.a The Shark Bite Shawl) by Kate Atherley
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Jagged Little Wedge (a.k.a The Shark Bite Shawl)

Knitting
July 2015
Sport (12 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch, after blocking
US 7 - 4.5 mm
270 yards (247 m)
One – at gauge given, piece is 50 inches along top edge, and approximately 14 inches at its deepest point
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Inspired to silliness by the Shark Tooth Edging and indigodragonfly’s Sharktreuse colourway, a funny little shawl. With a bite out of it.

Uses a small quantity of blood red yarn for a simple crochet edging.

An excellent easy lace project – suitable for knitters with even the most rudimentary lace experience. If you want to be a bit more subtle – or aren’t skilled with a crochet hook –you can skip the edging. But why would you? Really?

Lace pattern stitch is both charted and written out. It uses one skein of a DK weight yarn, for a fast project, and a shawl with a little more heft than usual. Wear it wrapped snuggly around your neck, tucked into your jacket collar, and no-one needs to know about the scary bit.

Kits available from Indigodragonfly.