Gallbladder by Becky Sørensen


March 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
27 stitches and 58 rows = 4 inches
in Garter Stitch
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
1750 - 2187 yards (1600 - 2000 m)
One Size
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Gallbladder, named because my friend Candace said it looks like one (it doesn’t), is a shawl with a brand new construction that creates a unique shape that is incredible versatile and easy to wear and knit! It is designed in Knitcraft & Knittery’s amazing Sustainable Australian Merino and while it is designed in fingering weight yarn, the pattern is a recipe which allows you to use any amount of any weight of yarn to achieve this fun and ultra-wearable shape! 

— 4 skeins (2 in each color) of Knitcraft & Knittery 100% Sustainable Australian Merino Wool (Fingering weight / 400 m // 437 yds per 100 g)
The pattern uses a percentage formula and therefore using more or less yarn is possible. Note that sample used 440 g of suggested yarn.
Shown in: Hazelnut Gelato & Cream
Kits for the shawl are available here:

— 3 mm // US 2.5 circular needles: 2 sets of needles with cable length of at least 100 cm // 40 in, or interchangeable needles with 2 cords (or size needed to achieve stated gauge) 
— Tapestry needle
— Stitch Markers 

As shawl is customizable, size will vary based on how much yarn you use
Note that sample uses more than suggested yarn
Sample used 440 g and was steam blocked and measures 180 cm // 71 in long x 80 cm // 31 in wide 
Testers using 400 g achieved similar measurements with wet blocking

27 sts x 58 rows = 10 cm // 4 in in garter stitch on 3 mm // US 2.5 needles
Gauge above is the recommended gauge but the percentage system should work regardless of gauge

Pattern has been test knit and professionally tech edited.

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