Katya by Wendy McDonnell

Katya

Knitting
October 2014
Yarn Fairy CashCob
Cobweb ?
32 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette blocked
US 0 - 2.0 mm
0.6 mm
4900 - 5200 yards (4481 - 4755 m)
one
This pattern is available for $15.00 USD
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Katya is a lovely heirloom shawl worked into an MKAL spread out over an entire year with all original lace,. This circular shawl can be worked in white, made into a wedding veil for a special family member. Or in color it makes a great addition to any wardrobe. Worked from the center out this shawl is amazing. When we are done the shawl will be a massive piece that may just win you blue ribbons at the local state fair.

Part of an MKAL which will begin on December 30, 2014, clues will come out on Wednesdays. Join the no chat Yahoo Group to find out when we are dyeing and shipping. We have a Ravelry Group here for contests, prizes and chat.

Supplies
Yarn: Yarn Fairy CashCob, 2 ply cobweb weight, 100% cashmere, 2 skeins
Needle: US size 0/2mm, 32 inch circular and wood DPN’s for c/o If you are a loose knitter use a 00 or even a 000 which can be found here.
Beads: Czech faceted glass 3mm AB, 1200 (1 mass 9 strands) color to match thread. Size 11/0 Czech glass one hank in matching color, 4000 in a hank.
Hook: US size 16/.60mm ChiaoGoo can be found here
NOTE: do NOT use beading wires, they are sharp and will cut right through this lovely cashmere-hooks only this time peeps.
Gauge: 32 stitches, 40 row over 4 inches of st st, blocked-not crucial but you want to be close.
Finished Measurements: TBD but massive 70-100 inches across.