Ferny Corner Shawl by Emma Robinson

Ferny Corner Shawl

February 2023
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 15 rows = 4 inches
in Garter Stitch
US 7 - 4.5 mm
US 8 - 5.0 mm
604 - 1148 yards (552 - 1050 m)
One size
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Ferny Corner Shawl is a triangular shaped shawl knit in garter stitch and lace that is inspired by the fronds of a fern opening up to the midday sun after winter.

Pattern includes both charted and written instructions for lace section.

Yarn Required
2 x 100g/350m skeins Woolly Mammoth Fibre Company BFL/ Gotland 4ply (Undyed)- 25% Gotland 75% BFL
1 x 100g/350m skein Woolly Mammoth Fibre Company BFL/ Gotland 4ply (Cognac)- 25% Gotland 75% BFL

Garter Stitch, After Blocking, on smaller needles
18sts & 15 rows = 10cm

Final Wingspan

Final Depth

A note about yarn and meterage
The pattern states 2 x 100g skeins of BFL/ Gotland Undyed (100g/350m) are needed for the main colour, however, I knit my sample in one skein with 1-2g left over. (and the other sample knitters did too). I used 343m of the main colour and 210m of the contrasting colour in the original yarn. If you are feeling brave you can do the same! Just be sure to check the gauge after blocking, and check the weight of the skein of yarn before starting.

The kits on my website will have just two skeins, with spare undyed skeins should you run out and require more (or don’t feel like taking the risk!).