Morning Dove Shawlette by Pam Jemelian

Morning Dove Shawlette

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April 2015
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
6 stitches and 6 rows = 1 inch
in garter
US 2 - 2.75 mm
350 - 420 yards (320 - 384 m)
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The Morning Dove Shawlette is a deep crescent shape that is knit from the bottom up. The border is worked in Russian Flourish Lace, and the body features a subtle Japanese Cable and Lace midsection that is flanked on either side with stockinette stitch. The crescent shape is achieved through the use of short rows. It is worked in fingering weight yarn, although it would also work well in sport or DK weight. I knit it in Madelinetosh’s Tosh Merino Light in fingering weight in the shade of Mourning Dove. The skein had 420 yards on it, and I used almost all of it. Lightweight and very wearable, it is sort of a hybrid between a small shawlette and a scarf. After blocking, it measures 13 inches at the center, deepest point, and is five and a half feet end to end. Full written instructions, row counts, and charts are included in the pattern.

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