Epiphany No. 1 by Jodi Clayton

Epiphany No. 1

by Jodi Clayton
Knitting
May 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch
US 4 - 3.5 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
434 - 445 yards (397 - 407 m)
Approx. 29" x 56". Size may vary according to yarn used.
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This shawl may be worked in any weight yarn, & a range of yard ages. The pattern is flexible. The trick is to weigh or assess your yarn and to begin the final lace section when you have about 20% of your skein remaining.

If you would like a larger lace section, simply increase the amount of remaining yarn.

This shawl is worked flat. There is a 6 row repeat for most of the shawl, which incorporates 2 increases at one side. The finished product will be an isosceles triangle.

Be sure to begin your lace panels when there are an even number of stitches; this centers the work relative to the edge.

The last 2 stitches of every row are slipped purl wise, to create a smooth edge.

If you would like a larger shawl, simply keep going, repeating the garter and lace panels until the desired size is reached.

Approximate size: 29” deep x 56” long.
This will vary depending on the weight of yarn used & that’s OK! Test knitters have used either One Lupine Casco, Mongehan, Pemaquid, or Queen City