Yera is an Australian Aboriginal word meaning Joyful, which is precisely how I feel about this combination of colour & form. A play of three colours: work in neutral tones, offset your favourite bright colours with contrasting bands, or knit this up in a single colour for something you can grab-and-go.Yera’s simple lace pattern looks more complicated than it is and will appeal to adventurous beginners and advanced knitters alike. Yera is worked from side to side with gradual increases, resulting in an asymmetrical, triangular shape and making it easy to incorporate additional repeats to increase the overall size of this shawl, if desired.
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DIMENSIONS see schematic image
Top Edge: 58” / 145cm
Bottom edge: 48” / 122cm
Wide end: 33” / 83cmNarrow end: 9” / 22cm
4-ply / Fingering weight yarns
Colour A (CA): 250 yds / 229m
Colour B (CB): 230 yds / 211mColour
C (CC): 340 yds / 311m
Sample shown in: January Yarns, Merino Fingering (100% Superwash Merino, 435 yds / 398 m per 100 g skein), Grapefruit (CA); Dyed By Hand Yarns, Big blue stock-ing, (100% Superwash Blue Faced Leicester, 657 yds / 600m per 150 g skein), Pitch Black (CB), Tumeric (CC)
US 5 / 3.75mm
Stitch markers to mark repeats (optional), tapestry needle
26 st and 30 rows = 4”/10cm in garter stitch (blocked)
Gauge is not crucial for this project; however, variations in gauge will affect yardage and final dimensions.
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