Winter Snow Shawl by Amanda Clark

Winter Snow Shawl

March 2013
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in Snow Flurry Lace Pattern using 4mm needles
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 7 - 4.5 mm
1135 - 1249 yards (1038 - 1142 m)
Approximately 57 inches/145 cm long by 24 inches/61 cm wide
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Winter Snow is the 4th in a series of four shawls that I have called the Four Seasons Collection.

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This is a rectangular shaped shawl, worked in two pieces, from the edges into the centre. Casting on requires using a Beaded Cast On method and casting off is achieved using a Three Needle Cast Off.
Instructions for this shawl are provided in both written and charted format.

The design for this Winter Snow Shawl was inspired by the four seasons. As I live in the northern hemisphere, we are currently enjoying the winter season with lots of cold weather and the occasional flurry of snow.
I have used Jubilee 4ply yarn by The Natural Dye Studio to knit this shawl in a Silver shade which has 5% stellina through it. The colour and the little bit of sparkle in this yarn are just perfect for knitting a shawl as delicate and tantalizing as winter snow.

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