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January 2018
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
16 stitches = 4 inches
in seed stitch
US 8 - 5.0 mm
600 - 660 yards (549 - 604 m)
one size - approx 74" across by 23" deep
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The western larch can be found in the valleys and lower slopes of BC’s Southern Interior. This large, handsome tree usually grows in mixed forests, but can occasionally be found in pure groups of trees on the fire blackened soil left after a severe wildfire. Its wood, one of the strongest in Western Canada, is often used for heavy construction and railways.

Larch is a top down, textured, triangle shawl consisting of sections of seed, double-seed, and triple-seed stitch, with a four row ribbing border.


Worsted weight yarn—approx. 100g (220y) each of three colours, or 300g (660y) of a solid colour.

Three-colour shawl shown in Cascade 220, using one skein each Silver Grey (Colour A), Charcoal (Colour B), and Dark Charcoal (Colour C).

Solid shawl shown in Malabrigo Rios, using three skeins Coco.


5mm (US 8) 40” circular needle, or size needed to get gauge, stitch markers, darning needle


16 st / 4” in pattern, after blocking

(A different gauge will affect finished measurements and yardage requirements.)


Approx. 74” across by 23” deep, after blocking