Lichen, Berries and Moss by Michelle Krause

Lichen, Berries and Moss

Knitting
September 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
17 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
407 yards (372 m)
one size
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It’s a common misconception that nothing grows on the arctic tundra. There is actually quite a lot that thrives in this barren landscape. This pattern celebrates a few of these unique plants including lichen, cloudberries, and moss while the beautiful Tundra gradient colourway of Hilori’s Magical Yarnorium Meri Jane captures the beautiful colours of this landscape. This is a sideways asymmetrical shawl and it uses increases and decreases to create a long triangular shape that is easy to wear.

Hilori’s Magical Yarnorium Cross Country Canada Road Trip KAL is stopping in the Northwest Territories this fall. Join in the fun by knitting this beautiful shawl in celebration of Canada’s north.

Lichen, Berries and Moss and the Dancing Skies Shawl were both designed for this portion of the KAL. Find out more here: XCC Road Trip KAL.

Tundra is a limited edition colourway of Hilori’s Magical Yarnorium Meri Jane. Purchase at hilorismagicalyarnorium.com. This pattern uses one skein.

Pattern includes list of abbreviations, diagram, and written instructions.

Finished measurements: Approximately 20 inches (51 cm) deep at middle point and 60 inches (152 cm) long across top edge, blocked.

Skills required: knitting, purling, increasing, decreasing, blocking. Stitches used: k, p, kfb, k2tog, LT, S2KP2, yo.

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