Town And Country by Mary-Ann Lammers
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Town And Country

Knitting
August 2017
Sport (12 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 42 rows = 4 inches
in garter -gauge is not critical but can affect size and yardage.
US 7 - 4.5 mm
941 - 942 yards (860 - 861 m)
Wingspan 57" Depth 27"
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A little bit of Town, a little bit of Country and the perfect amount of simple leisurely knitting with outstanding texture and colour.

Stripes, variegated yarn and colour blocks all make for a visually exciting and dramatic shawl. Drape it over your shoulders or bundle it up snugly as a bandana style version of warmth and fashion.

Nothing difficult or stressful about knitting this shawl and the pattern has an extra photo tutorial PDF for you to download about crossing the yarns at the colour blocks. Guaranteed to give you a nice crisp transition edge from one outstanding colour to the next.

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Special thanks to H.Waitte for tech editing and a heartfelt Thank You to Cascade Yarns for their continued enthusiastic yarn support for this and many of my patterns!
This project uses:
Cascade Superwash Sport multi:
-2 skeins Colour # 124 “Sedona”
Cascade Superwash Sport.
-1 skein Colour # 811 “Como Blue”
-2 skeins Colour # 236 “Picante”
-2 skeins Colour # 818 “Mocha”
All the skeins are used entirely with only small amounts leftover.

The shawl is knit flat, the circular needles are for the volume of stitches only.

*Stitches used in this pattern:
K ………………. knit.
P ………………. purl.
YO …………….. yarnover.
SLIKW……….. slip one knitwise (as if to knit).
A yarnover is done by bringing the yarn forward between the needles as if to purl and then holding it over the right hand needle. As you knit the next stitch the yarnover creates a new stitch.
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