Royal Peacock by Natalia Moreva

Royal Peacock

May 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
10 stitches and 10 rows = 4 inches
in garter, mosaic knitting
US 6 - 4.0 mm
766 - 820 yards (700 - 750 m)
165 cm wingpan, drops 56cm after blocking
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This pattern is available for $6.50.

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This shawl is knit in three steps. The first is the middle stripe with the feathers, which is worked sideways. Stitches for the top and bottom parts of the shawl are picked up from the sides of the middle stripe.
Techniques used: garter, slipped stitches, short rows, decreases/increases.
You will need:
200 g (750-800m) of fingering yarn total. Approximately:
70 g of MC (shown white);
60 g of C - the color of the feathers (shown blue green variegated)
40 g of A - color of the wedges (semi-solid blue)
35 g of B for the top of the shawl, and also for the bottom border (shown in three shades of blue).
You can use solid, gradient, sectional, even self-striping yarn for C or B. The MC must be solid, and A can by anything, but not self-striping.

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