Fenestra Shawl by Maddie Harvey

Fenestra Shawl

Knitting
June 2017
Sport (12 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 31 rows = 4 inches
in Leaf Vein Pattern
US 6 - 4.0 mm
339 yards (310 m)
One size (175cm / 69" wide x 55cm / 23.5" deep)
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First featured in Knit Now Magazine, Issue 75, 2017

Perfect for solid, semi-solid or slightly variegated yarns, in either sport or fingering-weight! Fenestra uses two skeins of gorgeous Maos Del Uruguay, Serena yarn and makes a perfect shawl for the changing seasons.

Named after the beautiful holes, or fenestrations that appear in the leaves of the Swiss cheese plant, Fenestra is a beautiful top-down crescent-shaped shawl. As the shawl grows, ‘leaf veins’ are added at the centre and the edges, and large eyelets appear in the centre of these columns. A beautiful lace edging finishes the shawl off, which can be worked from the chart or from the written instructions.

The pattern includes a handy ‘tickable table’ to help you keep your place in the pattern, full written instructions, a lace chart, photographs, a schematic, and has been fully tech edited by Amelia Hodsdon of Woollenwords.