Dungannon Shawl by Brenda Brayfield

Dungannon Shawl

Knitting
October 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
23 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette Stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
775 - 800 yards (709 - 732 m)
One Size
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This beautiful triangular shawl is knit flat from the top down. The richly textured, colourful body is framed by an attractive picot edge. The combination of easy knit and purl rows, slipped stitches, and lacework make this a pleasant and engaging knit.

Love knitting shawls, but not sure how to wear them? Do you get it “just right”, but when you move, the shawl shifts and then you have to re-position it? With a matching shawl bail, you can style your shawl and it will stay in place.

Dungannon is designed to make the most of two contrasting skeins of Fingering Weight yarn.

Row-by-row written instructions include stitch counts for every row.

FINISHED SIZE: Centre Back Depth – 21”/53 cm Wingspan – 70”/178 cm.

MC– 400 yds/365 m; CC – 375 yds/343 m
Shawl Bail: MC – 17 yds/16 m; CC – 13 yds/12 m.

Warmest thanks to my dedicated and enthusiastic test knitters and Technical Advisor, Elaine Yee. Your commitment and feedback is greatly appreciated.