Mizuna Shawl by Angela Tong

Mizuna Shawl

Knitting
February 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
19 stitches and 33 rows = 4 inches
in Garter Stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
800 yards (732 m)
One size: Width: 61" / 155 cm along longest edge; Depth: 20" / 51 cm

Worked from one point down and out to the edging, Mizuna is an asymmetrical triangle shawl with a garter stitch body, plus an elegant lace side and edging. Green Mountain Spinnery’s Lana, a fingering weight 100% wool yarn, makes for warm yet light knits.

Finished Measurements
Width: 61” / 155 cm along longest edge
Depth: 20” / 51 cm

Materials
Yarn: Green Mountain Spinnery Lana (100% wool, 400 yds / 3.5 oz skein), color: Plateada, 2 skeins
Needles: US Size 6 / 4 mm 40” circular needle
Notions: Stitch markers, tapestry needle

Gauge
19 sts & 33 rows = 4” / 10 cm in Garter Stitch after blocking

At the Spinnery
Print copies available from Green Mountain Spinnery and from One More Row Press

Bringing together a talented group of “friends of the Spinnery”, At the Spinnery takes you to the worker-owned fiber cooperative in Putney, Vermont, where you will find a dozen knitting patterns in almost as many different yarns to outfit you from top to toes in wooly goodness. Visit the Green Mountain Spinnery’s website at spinnery.com to choose the perfect yarns for your project and to order your print copy today.

Designs include:

  • Buttonbush Pullover by Heather Zoppetti
  • Catharus Shawl by Bonnie Sennott
  • Catkins Socks by Amelia Velarde
  • Green Leaf Pullover by Maureen Clark
  • Greenbanks Hollow Cardigan by Amy Herzog
  • Ikinngut Pullover by Jennifer Dassau
  • Millstone Blanket by Kate Salomon
  • Mizuna Shawl by Angela Tong
  • Sap Run Vest by Larisa Demos
  • Sheepscot Pullover by Kathleen Dames
  • Snowmelt Cowl by Cap Sease
  • Thaw Hat by Kathleen Dames

Stitch patterns are charted. Schematics are provided. Information on yarn substitution, chart reading, and finishing is included. Yarns for all patterns provided by Green Mountain Spinnery. Shot on location in Putney, Vermont, by award-winning photographer Gale Zucker.

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