Migla by Inese Sang


July 2020
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 35 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
860 - 875 yards (786 - 800 m)
one size
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Migla is and will always stay a forever free pattern.
This is my way of thanking all of you for your continuous support, for the friendships and conversations far beyond knitting, for the encouragement and for all your love.
Happy knitting! And may wearing or gifting it fills you with quiet and warm happiness.

Migla is simple symmetrical triangular construction shawl worked from neck down with regular increases along the sides and the center, featuring short fan lace panels, picot bind off and tiny tassels.

Migla means fog in Latvian. Design is inspired by summer morning fog quietly lingering around the forest edge and wrapping everything in soft, hazy green fabric with a random silhouette of a wildflower or bentgrass peeking through.

The pattern includes full written instructions, is also fully charted and includes stitch count checklists for easy reference.

The pattern has been thoroughly tech edited and test knitted.

SIZE: Wingspan: 59” (150 cm). Depth: 25” (64 cm).

Blue Monday Yarn 100% superwash Bluefaced Leicester wool; 437 yds (400 m) per 100 gr skein in colour Rustic Sage.
Total of 2 skeins – 875 yds (800 m).
3 ply light fingering yarn: 875 yds (800 m).
Pattern (including swatch) uses almost all the yarn. If you knit loosely or use 4 ply fingering or any other ply or weight yarn, the final yardage might be different from the indicated.
Also, depending on the yarn you use, the final object might block out to larger dimensions than those indicated.

NEEDLES: US 2.5 (3 mm) circulars with 40” (100 cm) cable. (or size to obtain gauge)

GAUGE: 24 sts x 35 rows = 4” (10 cm) in stockinette after blocking. (gauge is not crucial in this pattern however, if it differs considerably, it might affect the final size and the yardage of the project)

NOTIONS: Stitch markers, tapestry needle,
blocking tools, scissors, a piece of construction paper (optional, for tassels).

My heartfelt thanks to my tech editor and the team of my always amazing test knitters, who volunteered their time, skills and knowledge to make this pattern possible.