Sedna's Shawl by Marylene Lynx

Sedna's Shawl

Sport (12 wpi) ?
17 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 4 - 3.5 mm
3.0 mm
570 yards (521 m)
One size
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Knit shawl in three colours with crochet edging

For those summernights at the beach.

In Inuit mythology, Sedna is the mother-goddess of the sea.
and mistress of the sea-mammals.
She does not ever want to marry a mortal man.
Most often, she is described as half woman, half fish,
but sometimes she can be spotted in the shape
of a white seal.

Needed for this pattern:
Cotton Eco – Schachenmayr nomotta, 100% organic cotton
colour A: light green 070 and colour B: light blue 052= 1 ball of 50 gr/130 m (1.76 ounces / 142 yards) each,
colour C: greige 071: 2 balls of 50 gr/ 130 m (1.76 ounces / 142 yards)

One size,
Total length (center) after drying flat: ca 68 cm (26.8 in)
total width: ca 150 cm (59.1 in)

If you want to knit a bigger shawl, add 22, 44 or 66 rows (multiples of 11 to match the crochet motif of 11 stitches) using the same increase method as before. Keep in mind that you will require more yarn.