Shetland Skies Circular Shawl by Kate Atherley
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Shetland Skies Circular Shawl

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May 2010
Light Fingering ?
27 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 4 - 3.5 mm
440 - 879 yards (402 - 804 m)
two - one skein gives a shawl 32 inches/80 cm in diameter; two skeins give a shawl 42 ins/105 cm

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A circular shawl using traditional Shetland patterns, in a very non-traditional colour.

Suitable for knitters with some lace experience, Shetland Skies uses the ‘Pi’ method popularized by Elizabeth Zimmerman.

A single skein of sock yarn makes a shawl about 32 inches/80 cm in diameter; a second skein adds about 10 inches/25 cm to that.

This would be equally wonderful in a DK or heavier yarn - just use larger needles.