Fundy Breeze Shawl by Andrea Arbour

Fundy Breeze Shawl

August 2020
yarn held together
+ Lace
= DK (11 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette (before blocking) (14 sts x 20 rows =4" after blocking
US 8 - 5.0 mm
470 - 500 yards (430 - 457 m)
One size
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This shawl is an asymmetrical triangle that builds from simple stockinette to an eyelette section, then a chevron section and then a cathedral window section. It is named Fundy Breeze based on the thankfully cool breeze that came off of the Bay of Fundy and kept me cool while working on this pattern design. The cathedral windows motifs honor the many old and beautiful churches in the city of Saint John.

The pattern is written out and contains accompanying charts and stitch counts for the rows.It is intended to be easy to get to know and repeat, and I recommend the use of stitch markers to help you keep track of pattern repeats.

If you are looking for the yarn that this is made with, Good Fibrations in Saint John has dyed up yarn kits especially for this pattern and you can order online via .