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Thorn

Knitting
September 2011
24 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
US 9 - 5.5 mm
US 5 - 3.75 mm
440 - 700 yards (402 - 640 m)
small, medium and large (can adjust to any larger size easily)
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When I first showed my brother this shawl, he wanted me to name it “Bed of Roses” and I found out that there are plenty knitting projects already taken the name. Therefore, I picked the word, Thorn for this design, as thorn is a very special characteristic of roses too.

This is a very addictive knit, especially the second part of the pattern. I personally love the conjoint session of the two parts very much. It proves once again how much I really love textural lace shawl design.

I made a small and medium size of Thorn using two different type of fingering weight yarns. Co-incidentally, this is the first time I used these yarns and I love them! I managed to make a small size using a skein of 400yard of Baah! La Jolla and apparently I knit very tightly compared to most other knitters.

The size of this shawl can be easily adjusted to much larger as you wish.

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Yarn: Baah! La Jolla fingering weight yarn 400yrd/100gm – Grey Onx
The Plucky Knitter Primo fingering weight yarn 385yrd/100gm – Princess Phone
Small (440yard), Medium (560yard) Large (700yard)

Needle: 5.5mm (US9) and 3.75mm (US5)

Notions: Stitch markers

Gauge:24stitchx36rows=4”x4” on needle 3.75mm

Finished Sizes: Small (21” x 45”) Medium (26” x 63”)
Large (30” x 71”)

Level: Easy

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This shawl has been test knitted by numerous wonderful test knitters. Also, this pattern is edited by Chaitanya Muralidhara.