Lighthouse by Janina Kallio
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Lighthouse

Knitting
October 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches
in unblocked garter stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
602 yards (550 m)
One size
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Vertical eyelet bands dash dynamically like beams of light through the garter stitch body and towards the contrast colour border creating a sleek & simple lace shawl with a modern touch.

Lighthouse is worked top down starting from the neck with a garter tab cast on. Increases are made on both sides for a generous crescent shape wrap that sits steadily on the shoulders and is easy to tie around the neck in numerous ways.

You can easily adjust the size by making the main colour body section as big (or small) as you want.

YARN
Two colours of fingering weight yarn.

Shown with Lakes Yarn and Fiber Silk Single Fingering in colourways Lutra (MC) and Sweet Clover (CC).

YARDAGE
Main colour (MC): 378 m / 414 yards
Contrast colour (CC): 171 m / 188 yards

NEEDLE
Size 4 mm / US 6 circular needle. Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain pattern gauge.

Shawl is worked flat but circular needle with 100 cm / 40 inch length is recommended to accommodate the growing number of stitches.

FINISHED SIZE After blocking
203 cm / 80 in (wingspan) x 61 cm / 24 in (depth)

STITCHES USED
k: knit
kfb: knit to front and back loop of the same stitch
yo: yarn over
k2tog: knit two stitches together

TYPE OF INSTRUCTIONS
All instructions are in fully written format and do not include charts. Blocking instructions and a schematic is also provided.

LANGUAGES
English.

TERMS OF USE
For personal use only. Do not copy, share or sell the pattern.

You may sell the finished items made using this pattern.

REFUND POLICY
This digital product is non-refundable. Please shop mindfully.

PATTERN SUPPORT
Our Ravelry group and support(at)woolenberry.com

DELIVERY
Instant PDF download. Shop, download + cast on!

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