St Aubin's Bay by Anniken Allis

St Aubin's Bay

November 2014
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
14 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches
in stitch pattern
US 6 - 4.0 mm
800 yards (732 m)
Inner crescent: 226cm/89in. Outer crescent: 310cm/122in. Depth: 36cm/14in
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An elegant crescent shaped shawl worked from the top down with an eyelet garter stitch pattern. Two short row wedges and a beaded picot cast/bind off adds interest to a fun accessory.

St Aubin’s is part of the Between The Lines e-book which is available for pre-order at £8.

I purchased the String Theory Caper Sock when in St Aubin’s, Jersey. St Aubin’s Bay is a big, shallow bay with a beautiful sandy beach. The shape of this shawl reminds me of St Aubin’s Bay, Jersey.

For tutorials on how to add beads using the crochet hook method and the Russian Cast/Bind Off please visit my website.

String Theory Caper Sock, (4ply; 80% Merino/10% Cashmere/10% Nylon; 365m/400yds per 113g) x 2 skeins. Shown in shade: Citron (green) & Juice (plum) - 1 skein each
4mm (UK 8/US 6) circular needle, 80cm (32in) length
67 6mm miracle beads, colour: Light Green
0.75mm (US 13) crochet hook (for adding beads)

Difficulty level:

Inner crescent: 226cm/89in
Outer crescent: 310cm/122in
Depth: 36cm/14in

14 sts and 40 rows over 10cm/4in in stitch pattern after blocking.
Exact tension is not essential but a difference in tension may affect the final size and amount of yarn used.

Errata August 2017:
Row 117 should read (RS & all following RS rows unless stated):

Errate 20 Jan 2015:
This was missing:
Row 144: Rep row 118.