Juno Lucina by Shannon Squire

Juno Lucina

Knitting
June 2013
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 5 - 3.75 mm
775 yards (709 m)
One size fits most.
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I recently discovered some math issues in the pattern, which I have rectified. If you purchased the pattern prior to December 2017, make sure you check for the update and use the newest version to create your shawlsterpiece.

My second babygirl’s birthday is June 2nd, and I released this pattern in June. I love the name Juno and was thinking about it for this shawlette. When I discovered that Juno Lucina was an aspect of the goddess Juno associated with light and childbirth, the stars aligned, and I realized this was the perfect name for this shawlette.

Construction-wise, this shawl is fun to make and wear.
The long arms make it the ideal shawl to grab for wrapping around yourself during the yo-yo weather patterns of Spring.

Yarn
approximately 775 total yards fingering-weight yarn divided between three colors. Shown in Knitted Wit Featherweight (now discontinued), cA: Golden Delicious (400 yds), cB: Carbon (75 yds), & cC: Beaujolais (300 yds).

Finished measurements
84” across, 22” deep at center.