Ondinea by Janica York Carter

Ondinea

Knitting
June 2020
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette, blocked
US 6 - 4.0 mm
825 yards (754 m)
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SIZE: 54” wingspan x 30” down the center (137 x 76 cm)

MATERIAL: Expression Fiber Arts Pearlescent Fingering Weight Yarn

Shown in: Majestic Water Lily Hues, 4 colors

4oz/550 yd each skein (kit total 16oz/2200 yd)

Colors come and go. Choose any you love! Approximately 825 yards were used for the sample shown so you could easily make 2 shawls with your kit!

NEEDLES: US Size 6 (4 mm) 32” circular needles or longer (for accommodating the larger number of sts at the end)

Intermediate: This pattern is for those knitters who are comfortable with basic lace knitting and are ready to learn some new skills. Skills/concepts include garter tab cast on, sk2po, pulling up long loops and picot bind-off.

Notes From the Designer:

•Ondinea is a variety of water lily native to Australia. This semicircular shawl blends all the hues in the Majestic Water Lilies collection, from deep blues through lush greens to vibrant pinks. Fading one color into the next is already calculated into the instructions using no more than two colors at a time; carry the unused color up the edge with a simple twist at the start of each right side row.

•Featuring a garter tab start (video link provided), Ondinea progresses from simple increases and stockinette stitches to easy lace stitches that end with a floral border and picot bind-off.

•Truly a gorgeous, floating, shimmering design that’ll make you feel as if you’re wrapped in flowers! Magical!

•Watch a video tutorial showing part of this shawl here.

Enjoy your knitting!

Chandi

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Errata: 6/29 Section B Row 3 fixed.