Concurrence by Susanna IC


April 2015
yarn held together
+ Lace
= Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in garter
US 8 - 5.0 mm
780 yards (713 m)
One Size
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Concurrence is a reversible triangular wrap worked in simple garter stitch. It combines sheerness of the Collington Lace with the versatility of the Louet Gems Fingering yarn. The beginner-friendly construction starts at the center top with just a few stitches. The bottom edge is worked in stripes of different thicknesses alternating solid areas, where both yarns are held together, with sheer areas, where only the lace weight is worked. Thanks to the garter stitch, the shawl needs minimal blocking and finishing.

This pattern is a part of Mohair Trilogy in Four Parts collection, available as Ravelry e-book.

Finished Size
23” deep at center and 85” wingspan
Note: Measurements taken after blocking.

Yarn Requirements
MC: Louet North America Gems Fingering 100% Merino Wool 185 yards per 50g
Shown in Teal 3 skeins
CC: Colinton Australia Lace 100% Kid Mohair
225 yards per 50g Shown in Mallard 1 skein

US 8 4.00 mm 32” or longer circular needles

Stitch markers Tapestry needle Blocking pins

22 sts x 28 rows = 4” in garter stitch (fingering weight yarn), unblocked.

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