Dragonfly Hide n Seek Shawl by Sue Stapleton

Dragonfly Hide n Seek Shawl

by Sue Stapleton
May 2020
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 12 rows = 4 inches
in Measured over the pattern
3.25 mm (D)
1640 - 1804 yards (1500 - 1650 m)
165cm/65inches Long 56cm/22inches Deep
both US and UK
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May you touch Dragonflies and Stars, dance with Fairies and talk to the Moon!!!

Dragonflies play Hide n Seek amoungst the flowers and diamonds.

This is worked flat and features Filet work with some Popcorn stitches thrown in.

The stitches are basic but you do need to be able to focus as the length makes it just a slight challenge.

I worked from one ball of whirl in an ombre, working from the centre out. Once that as used up I then worked from the second ball from the outside. This kept the colour flowing nicely. Once the main body of the shawl was completed I then started from the centre of the remaining ball. This meant that I had a perfect colour match for my bottom border.

This is a written pattern and has a colour block graph which shows each individual stitch as a colour. It comes in Uk and Us terms.

This pattern has been tested by my hard working and dedicated pattern testers. I would be lost without them.

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