Whitebark Pine by Sylvia McFadden

Whitebark Pine

Knitting
March 2017
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
5 stitches and 8 rows = 4 inches
in Knit flat in eyelet pattern and blocked.
US 15 - 10.0 mm
290 - 300 yards (265 - 274 m)
66” (168cm) measured along the wingspan. 33” (84cm) measured down the centre spine.
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Whitebark Pine is a simple eyelet triangle shawl worked in giant lovely yarn with giant lovely needles. This project goes quickly, and if you’re dedicated, can be knit up in an evening. Thick and warm, cozy and satisfying. I hope you find yourself wrapped up in this on one of the gorgeous beaches nearest you, on one of the gorgeous cold days before we’ve fully thawed out in early Spring.

Yarn:

1 skein of Custom Woolen Mills in colourway 01 or 300 yards (274 metres) of bulky weight yarn.

Needles:

10mm (US 15) circular needles in at least a 32” (81cm) cord. Or whatever size needles it takes you to get gauge.

Notions:

Things to block your giant shawl.
4 stitch markers.

Gauge:

5 stitches and 8 rows = 4” (10cm) square knit flat
in eyelet pattern and blocked.

Size:

66” (168cm) measured along the wingspan.
33” (84cm) measured down the centre spine.