Spring Blossom Shawl by Amanda Clark

Spring Blossom Shawl

March 2012
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in Spring Blossom lace pattern
US 5 - 3.75 mm
770 - 848 yards (704 - 775 m)
36 inches/91 cm wide by 33 inches/84 cm high (19 inches/48 cm high at shallow point)
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Spring Blossom is the 1st in a series of four shawls that I have called the Four Seasons Collection.

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This is an irregular pentagon shaped shawl, worked in one piece, from the top down. Casting on requires using the provisional cast-on method.

Instructions for this shawl are provided in both written and charted format.

The design for this Spring Blossom Shawl was inspired by the four seasons. As I live in the northern hemisphere, we are currently coming into the spring season and the blossom will be appearing soon, along with the daffodils.
I have used Faery Wings 4ply yarn by Fyberspates to knit this shawl in a shade called Soft Pink. The colour and the fabulous blend of silk and mohair in this yarn are just perfect for knitting a shawl as soft and delicate as spring blossom.

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