KISS Shawl Regatta by Mary-Ann Lammers
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KISS Shawl Regatta

Knitting
January 2017
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
15 stitches and 34 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch
US 10 - 6.0 mm
800 - 801 yards (732 - 732 m)
Wingspan 70" Bottom edge 36" Depth 18"
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Just as a Regatta is a series of boat races, KISS Shawl Regatta is the newest in the series of KISS Shawls. Keeping it so simple! Outstanding results with the simplest of stitches!

Regatta is all about textured stripes, classic colours and an accent of side triangles that all make for an interesting and exciting way to keep the chill out on a windy and cool day.

Whether you are sailing along the water or standing by the shore watching the festivities you will definitely feel and look like a winner.

Regatta will make you feel like a star even just bustling along a busy city street heading to the shops or to work.

Regatta makes all travels and destinations an event!

Instructions include a photo tutorial about crossing the yarns at colour changes. So very simple to do!

Materials:
Berroco Vintage 100gr/3.50z. 218 yds/200m
I skein white #5101 (30 gr. leftover)
1 Skein tan #5105
1 Skein blue #5187
Berroco Vintage Colours
1 Skein rust #5218 (32 gr. leftover)

US 10/6mm circular needles 60”/150cm
2 stitch markers
tapestry needle.

The shawl is knit flat, circulars are for the volume of stitches.
Gauge is not critical but can affect size and yardage.

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Please Note: There is now a second PDF in the pattern downloads. It is a page of supplies, measurements and gauge for the second sample. Please download it with the pattern purchase if you wish to have it.

For more details you can see it on the project page under pattern projects.

Special thanks to H.W. for tech editing and birdiebambi for test knitting.