Aloha Tahoe! by bunnymuff, Mona Zillah

Aloha Tahoe!

Knitting
November 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
23 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette on 3.5mm
US 4 - 3.5 mm
775 - 800 yards (709 - 732 m)
59in (wingspan) X 24in (depth) / 150cm (wingspan) X 61cm (depth)
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In the middle of California, there is a stunning lake called Lake Aloha. It is said to be one of the most beautiful places in the Sierra Nevada mountain range. Most definitely a greeting of warmth and beauty, Lake Aloha is clear and blue with tiny islands dotting its surface along with alpine trees and surrounded by white granite peaks.

Let’s give a big Aloha and welcome the New Year with a gorgeous half circle shawl celebrating the vibrancy of our Earth and honouring slow fashion and working towards sustainable knitting with Elevate Fibers!

Our Aloha Tahoe shawl is and elegant shawl destined for your heirloom chest worked in 2 skeins of Silky Merino (or any sock weight) from Elevate Fibers. It is worked from the top down flat and features shining beaded motif (optional) over natural lacy shapes.
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yarn:
Silky Merino by, Elevate Fiber Arts
Fingering; 75% Merino, 25% Silk
400yds (366m)/ 100 grams
approximate yarn amounts:
2 skeins - 775yds (709m)
needles:
3.5mm (us no 4) - 4.0mm (us no 6) circular, 30in/76cm
gauge:
23 sts x 30 rows = 4in/10cm over stockinette on 3.5mm needles
gauge is not important for this project, but you may use the above as a guideline.
approximate finished size:
59in (wingspan) X 24in (depth)
150cm (wingspan) X 61cm (depth)
additional tools:
needle to weave in ends, approx. 1500 sized 6/0 (or to fit yarn) beads (you could definitely bead as you go and not work all beaded motif)