auroras at night by Lori Law

auroras at night

January 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
7 stitches and 10 rows = 1 inch
in stockinette
US 3 - 3.25 mm
370 - 400 yards (338 - 366 m)
81” [182.2cm] WINGSPAN along top edge and 14.5” [32.6 cm] deep at deepest point.
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A nod to Canada’s world-famous auroras! These gorgeous amazing treats in the sky are most viewable in western and northern Canada, in the true ‘Great White North’, and attract travelers from around the globe.

SIZE 81” (182.2cm) WINGSPAN along top edge and 14.5” (32.6 cm) deep at deepest point.

MATERIALS -- one skein of fingering weight yarn. Use that special skein you’ve been saving or use a combination of smaller skeins to create a fade.

YARN one skein Oceanwind Knits Sock; or, approximately 390 yds (357 m) of fingering weight wool yarn. ==> Kits available here :

NEEDLES 3.25 mm (US5) needles : straights or circulars (shawl is worked flat).

OTHER tapestry needle for weaving ends

GAUGE 7 sts & 10 rows per 1-inch square in stockinette stitch, blocked

check your gauge and change needle size if required