Catbird by Bonnie Sennott
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Catbird

Knitting
October 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
19 stitches and 22 rows = 4 inches
in lace pattern
US 5 - 3.75 mm
425 - 475 yards (389 - 434 m)
M, L
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This pretty crescent shawl will take you from fall to winter and on to spring — it’s perfect for every season. Wear it draped elegantly over your shoulders, or wrapped once or twice around your neck like a scarf.

Catbird is worked from the bottom up, beginning with the lace pattern. Short rows in the garter stitch section give the shawl its gentle crescent shape. The pattern provides instructions for two sizes, worked in fingering weight yarn.

Sizes: M (L)

Finished (Blocked) Measurements
60 (66.5) inches/153 (169) cm wide across top edge and 10.25 (11.5) inches/26 (29) cm deep at center

Yarn
425 (475) yds/388 (435) m fingering weight yarn or 1 (2) skeins Periwinkle Sheep Watercolors 75% superwash merino, 25% nylon; 460 yd/420m per 100g skein; color: Rhinebeck 2018

NOTE: If you are substituting yarn, be sure to use a skein of fingering weight that has at least 425 yards, which is the yardage for the smaller size of Catbird. With a 400-yard skein, you might run out of yarn. It would also be a good idea to swatch and check your BLOCKED gauge. Larger stitches use more yarn, so if your gauge is loose, you could run out of yarn.

Needles
US #5/3.75 mm 24-inch or 36-inch circular needle OR SIZE NEEDED TO OBTAIN GAUGE

Notions
Stitch markers, tapestry needle

Gauge: 19 sts/22 rows = 4”/10 cm in lace pattern, after blocking

The lace pattern is provided in charts and in written, line-by-line form.