Florence Shawl by Florence Spurling

Florence Shawl

October 2021
Sport (12 wpi) ?
21 stitches and 47 rows = 4 inches
in Garter Stitch
US 4 - 3.5 mm
US 5 - 3.75 mm
2.25 mm (B)
1139 yards (1042 m)
One Size - Wingspan: 220cm / 87” Depth: 34cm / 13½” (without flower trim), 39cm / 15½”(with flower trim)
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Florence is a botanical-inspired shawl perfect for texture and colour lovers! Three-dimensional knitted flowers featuring bobble and slip stitches make up the unique trim that blooms along the shawl’s edge. Once the floral motifs are complete, short rows are used to shape the body, to achieve the very-wearable long, narrow crescent shape.

This pattern is the perfect mix of fun and relaxing - learn new skills through the flower motifs (which are made modularly and are a great ‘on-the-go’ activity) and then sit back and watch the shawl grow with soothing garter stitch :)

Florence Spurling designed for Loop London.

Loop London will have kits for this design in two gorgeous colourways. Kits include all the yarn needed to make the shawl and a Loop cotton bag.

John Arbon Yarnadelic (sportweight / heavy 4ply, 100% Corriedale wool, 333m / 364yds per 100g skein)

The design is shown in 2 colour stories: Woman In Blue and Pink Moon

Woman in Blue:
MC: Woman in Blue; 3 skeins
CC1: Pink Moon; 1 skein
CC2: English Sparrows; 1 skein
CC3: Ordinary Joe; 1 skein
CC4: Sunflowers in my Garden; 1 skein

Pink Moon
MC: Pink Moon; 3 skeins
CC1: Wondrous Place; 1 skein
CC2: Hey Moon; 1 skein
CC3: Beautiful Ones; 1 skein
CC4: Sunflowers in my Garden; 1 skein

Approximate yarn requirements:
MC: 720m / 786yds
CC1: 93m / 102yds
CC2: 30m / 33yds
CC3: 121m / 133yds
CC4: 77m / 85yds

3.5mm / US 4 circular needle, 40cm / 16” length
3.75mm / US 5 circular needle, 80cm / 32” length
2.25mm crochet hook (if making bobble stitches with the Crochet Hook Method)
1 stitch marker
Waste yarn
Tapestry needle

21 sts and 47 rows = 10cm / 4” in Garter Stitch using MC and larger needle, after blocking.
Always use a needle size that achieves the correct gauge.