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Redlynch Shawl

Knitting
May 2012
Light Fingering / 3 ply ?
21 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches in Lace pattern after blocking
US 7 - 4.5 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
822 - 1644 yards (752 - 1503 m)
32-34", 36-38", 40-42", 44-46", 48-50", 52-54"
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Size
UK size: 8-10 (12-14:16-18:20-22:24-26:28-30)
To fit bust: 81-86 (91-97:102-107:112-117:122-127:132-137)cm
32-34 (36-38:40-42:44-46:48-50:52-54)in
Actual neck opening: 25 (30:35:35:40:45)cm
9.75 (11.75:13.75:13.75:15.75:17.75)in
Actual width: 69 (69:82:95:108:108)cm
27.25 (27.25:32.25:37.5:42.5:42.5)in
Actual length: 40 (42:44:46:48:50)cm
15.75 (16.5:17.25:18:19:19.75)in

Yarn
SMC Select version shown in Red (07301) 3 (3:4:4:5:5) x 50g balls

Rooster yarn version shown in Parma Violet (402) 6 (7:8:10:11:12) x 50g balls

Needles and Accessories
1 pair 4.5mm (UK 7/US 7) knitting needles (circular needles may be required due to number of stitches)
2 sets 4mm (UK 8/US 6) circular needles (1 set 60-80cm long and 1 set approx. 100cm long) for i-cord edgings
Waste yarn, 4ply cotton would be ideal

Pattern Notes
This garment starts with a wide rectangle. This is knitted in one piece, before being split to create the neck opening. The front and back are then worked separately before being grafted back together. An i-cord edging is then added at the neck and around the outer edges.
The garment can be worn either way round.
If you do not want to graft the pieces together, then you could simply cast each side off, and sew them together, however, this won’t give such a neat finish.

PDF download includes both written instructions and a chart, so you can use whichever you find more straightforward.