Mission Street Shawl by Kavitha Raman

Mission Street Shawl

August 2017
Light Fingering ?
20 stitches and 10 rows = 4 inches
in dc
4.0 mm (G)
500 - 600 yards (457 - 549 m)
41" length, 21" depth
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Mission street shawl is a simple asymmetric triangular shawl with a pronounced geometric texture. It would become a chic accessory in your wardrobe, whether you choose to make it in a subdued neutral or a bright solid color.
The grid-like texture of the shawl is also reminiscent of the neat grids of streets you find in Pondicherry. :-)

Pondicherry is a small seaside town in South India that was colonized by France in the 1700s. Today the town is a potpourri of cultures with a unique French flavor to it. Churches, old french villa architecture, streets with French signboards, local people with French-spelt names - there are charming hints of history everywhere. When my family moved there in my sophomore years, Mission Street with its delightful boutiques and shops became a favorite hang-out spot.

Any lace weight yarn about 600/548 yards/meters

Woolike Yarn by Loops and Threads
(85% Acrylic, 15% Nylon; 678 yards /620m, 3.5oz/100g)

41”/125 cm length, 21”/53 cm depth

20 dc/10 rows per 4”/10 cm.

Hook Size : US #6 / 4 mm