Tsuki by Tiziana Sammuri

Tsuki

Knitting
September 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
19 stitches and 25 rows = 4 inches
in Interlude (the eyelets pattern)
US 4 - 3.5 mm
1200 - 1400 yards (1097 - 1280 m)
Sample in the first picture: 26.78“ / 68 cm from neck to bottom point, 94.5" / 240 cm in the inner curve (top edge).
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“Tsuki” is the Japanese word for “Moon”.
The Tsuki Shawl is a crescent shaped shawl worked sideways with short rows. The samples in the first two pictures are composed by 9 sections + “Beginning” and “End” which are narrower, but the shawl can be shortened or elongated by working less or more triangles. The depth of the shawl is not affected by the number of triangles.

The pattern has both charts and line-by-line directions.

The grey shawl on first picture has been knit by Andrea (Bea327), it has 9 sections + “Beginning” and “End”, and nupps.
Andrea did knit it with 1447 yd / 1323 m of fingering weight
75 % Wool / 25% Polyamide (459 yd / 420 m on 3.53 oz/ 100 g), needles size 3.00 mm - US size 2.5.

Finished measurements: 26.78“ / 68 cm from neck to bottom point, 94.5” / 240 cm in the inner curve (top edge).

The light blue shawl on second picture has been knit by Ayala (Ayala120), it has 9 sections + “Beginning” and “End”, and beads in place of nupps.
Ayala did knit it with with 1206 yd / 1102 m of fingering weight 47% Acrylic / 47% Cotton / 6% Other (246 yd / 225 m on 1.76 oz / 50 g), needles size 3.5 mm - US size 4.

Finished measurements: 19.7“ / 50 cm from neck to bottom point, 72.83 “ / 185 cm in the inner curve (top edge).