Queen Titania Heirloom Shawl by Wendy McDonnell

Queen Titania Heirloom Shawl

by Wendy McDonnell
Knitting
December 2015
Yarn Fairy Cob 100% extra fine merino
Cobweb ?
32 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 00 - 1.75 mm
0.6 mm
3800 - 4400 yards (3475 - 4023 m)
one
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Titania, Queen of the Fae, worked into a square shawl over a one year span. In the end we will give the world yet another modern heirloom shawl. This heirloom should be kept in a cedar chest and handed down through the generations of your family. Worked from the center out this shawl is a floral extravaganza. When we are done the shawl will be a masterpiece that may just win you blue ribbons at local and state fairs.

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Supplies
Yarn: Yarn Fairy CashCob, 2840 yards/100 grams, 2 skeins or
100% Cashmere, 2200 yards/100 grams or
Extra Fine MerinoCob 2200 yards per 100 grams
Needle: US size 00/1.75mm, 32-40 inch circular, 00 DPN’s for c/o
Beads: Czech faceted glass 3mm AB, qty 1200 color to match yarn
Czech size 11/0, qty 8000
Czech bugle twisted (straight), one hank, qty 11,100
Hook: Lacis US size 17/.50mm and ChiaoGoo 16/.60mm
NOTE: do NOT use beading wires, they are sharp and will cut right through fine yarn.
Gauge: 32 stitches, 40 row over 4 inches of st st, blocked-not crucial.
Finished Measurements: TBD Massive 80-100 inches across.