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“Twilight Susanna IC”
This crescent shawl is inspired by the deepening blues of an evening sky when the first stars start flickering through. This effect is further enhanced by the yarn with its beautiful shifting colors. Twilight’s unique shape lends itself to numerous ways of draping and wrapping; it can even be simply tied like a scarf. Knitted out a single skein of Kauni wool, this versatile shawl will surround you in warmth through the cold season, yet it is light enough for spring and autumn use.
28 April 2014: A new Ravelry pdf published to correct an error in the short row section stitch counts. The following are the correct instructions:
Row 1: K108, turn.
Row 2: P7 sts, turn.
Row 3: K6, ssk, k7, turn.
Row 4: P13, p2tog, p7, turn.
Row 5: K20, ssk, k7, turn.
Row 6: P27, p2tog, p7, turn.
Row 7: K34, ssk, k7, turn.
Row 8: P41, p2tog, p7, turn.
This error was only in the earlier version of the Ravelry pdf, NOT in the original version published by Knitcircus.
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