Sanik shawl by Donna Smith

Sanik shawl

September 2016
Lace ?
20 stitches and 42 rows = 4 inches
in washed and blocked garter stitch
US 4 - 3.5 mm
849 yards (776 m)
Wingspan: 156 cm / 61.5 in. Depth: 38 cm / 15 in.
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Please note this pattern was first published in the Shetland Wool Week Annual 2016 which is now sold out. The pattern can be purchased by clicking on “buy it now” above.

The cockleshell border of this shawl is knitted first and then is followed by short rows in garter stitch to create a crescent shape (there is no need to wrap and turn in this pattern).
Please note, these instructions are written only.

One size only. Wingspan 156 cm (61.5 in); depth 38 cm (15 in) after washing and blocking

23 sts and 20 rows over 10cm (4in) over garter st after washing and blocking

Jamiesons of Shetland Ultra (lace weight; 50% lambswool, 50% Shetland wool, 194m /25g balls). 4 x 25g balls in Silver, 314

Needles and Notions
One set of two extra-long (40cm) double pointed needles (DPNs) or 100cm long circular needle size 3.5mm (UK 10-9 / US 4) or needles in a size required to give correct gauge. Stitch markers, Blunt tapestry needle, Blocking Wires and / or rust-proof pins