Prairie River Shawl by Sigrid T. Isford
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Prairie River Shawl

Knitting
August 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch
US 4 - 3.5 mm
850 - 890 yards (777 - 814 m)
adjustable
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A slightly asymmetrical reversible triangular shawl with a lovely river pattern running along one edge, accentuated by garter stitch in the main body of the shawl for cozy comfort and a soothing knit. Dense and warm in a heavier weight, or with a beautiful drape in a lighter
weight. As this shawl is cast on at one wing tip with a few stitches and knit in a widening triangle, it is easy to adjust to your desired size!

Knitting skills used: Knit, purl, yo, ktbl, ptbl, m1r, m1l, and k2tog.

Yarn: Fingering weight version knit in Prairie Dye Studio bfl sock 850 yds/777 m, worsted weight version knit in Prairie Dye Studio sw merino 660 yds/603 m to achieve sizes shown in pattern.

Needle: US 4/3.5 mm circulars (32”/80 cm cable length) used for fingering weight version of shawl. US 8/5 mm circulars (32”/80 cm cable length) used for worsted weight version of shawl.

Notions: Blocking wires and pins, scissors, stitch markers, and tapestry needle.

Gauge: 20 st and 40 rows = 4” (10 cm) in garter stitch for fingering weight shawl. 15 st and 28 rows = 4” (10 cm) in garter stitch for worsted weight shawl. Shawls blocked aggressively with blocking wires and pins to achieve shape desired. Matching exact gauge is not necessary, but a different gauge will affect the size of your finished shawl.