Puaka Shawlette by Francoise Danoy
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Puaka Shawlette

Knitting
August 2015
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 38 rows = 4 inches
in Textured St. st.
US 5 - 3.75 mm
390 - 420 yards (357 - 384 m)
Sample size: Wingspan 60", Depth at deepest point 14"
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The Puaka Shawlette (Māori for flower) is an elegant, seemingly ethereal, and delicate shawlette. A bud-like stitch pattern creates an interesting texture over the stockinette and a Japanese lace pattern borders the edge of the shawlette for a delicate finish. Wear it draped over your shoulders, or wrapped closed to the neck paired with a shawl pin, this stunning project will be sure to impress.


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Needle: US size 5 (3.75mm), 24” (60cm) or 32” (80cm) circular needle. Circular needle is used to accommodate large number of sts.
Yarns Used: madelinetosh tosh merino light (Fingering/4 ply;100% Merino; 420 yards). 1 skein used in color way Antler.
Yardage: 390-420 yards.
Gauge: 22 sts and 38 rows in textured pattern. While gauge is not crucial to this project, different gauges will effect size and yardage (and amount of skeins needed).
Other Notions: Stitch markers.
Final Measurements (after blocking): Wingspan 60”, depth at deepest point 14”. Shawlette was blocked rather aggressively to bring out the lace.
Special Techniques/Stitches: YO increases, basic decreases (k2tog, ssk) and garter tab cast-on. Written and charted instructions are included.
Number of pages: 5
Languages: English and French.

Pattern has been test knit and edited.

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