Rocky Shores by Leedra Scott
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Rocky Shores

February 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
9 stitches and 13 rows = 2 inches
in Stockinette, without blocking
US 8 - 5.0 mm
US 9 - 5.5 mm
950 - 1000 yards (869 - 914 m)
This pattern is available for $8.00 USD buy it now

This shawl begins at the neck and is designed with the shoulder shaping and a back panel of lace that all Faroese shawls have. The neck border continues down the shawl to create a beautiful seed stitch edging on each side of the shawl.

This pattern does not have any complicated stitches, but all right side rows are different and does require concentration due to the different rows. All wrong side rows are purl across the complete row. No sewing, seamless.

The pattern is not charted, but is fully written, with line by line written instructions.

I am so used to the beaches in Florida along the Gulf of Mexico that I was amazed at the beauty of rocky shores along the California coastline when I visited California for the first time. The beauty is awesome and I was inspired. And since California was my inspiration I naturally picked a California dyed yarn for my design.

Although the pattern was originally released as a MKAL (March 2016) it may now be printed as a full pattern. The clue files are also still available to be printed separately. The chat and spoiler threads are still available.

Clue One Chat Thread and Spoiler Thread.
Clue Two Chat Thread and Spoiler Thread.
Clue Three Chat Thread and Spoiler Thread.
Clue Four Chat Thread and Spoiler Thread.

• 950 – 1000 yards of fingering weight yarn
(Variegated or highly tonal yarns will lose some pattern definition.)
• Small amount of waste yarn for the Provisional Cast On

Needles Used:
• US 8 (5.0 mm) double points (optional)
• US 8 (5.0 mm) circular minimum length 32” (80cm)
• US 9 (5.5 mm) – for bind off
• Crochet Hook (G) – for Provisional Cast On

• (2) Unique “A” Stitch Markers
• (2) Unique “B” Stitch Markers
• (2) Unique “C” Stitch Markers
• Darning needle

• 2 inches = 9 stitches and 13 rows
Producing the desired fabric is more important than obtaining
an exact gauge. Adjust yardage accordingly.

Techniques Used:
• Basic stitches
• Lace stitches used - yo, k2tog, k3tog, ssk, sk2po, M1L, M1R

Additional Pattern Details:
• Detailed knitting instructions in a professionally designed layout
• Written instructions
• Tested and edited
• Full pattern / File size: 773 KB
• Full pattern / 10 pages, full color

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