Simurg by Olga Sukhovalova

Simurg

Knitting
July 2018
Lace ?
16 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch, after blocking
US 4 - 3.5 mm
3.5 mm (E)
850 - 1000 yards (777 - 914 m)
one size
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Simurg is a mythical bird from Iranian or Persian mythology and folklore. Sometimes he is identified with Phoenix. This is the King of all the birds that sits under the World Tree. It is more correct to write in English “Simurgh”. There is a very interesting legend about this bird. In Old Russian mythology, too, there is a similar bird - Semargl, possibly borrowed from Persian mythology.

This is a shawl worked with US 4 (3.5 mm) circular needle top down.
All increases are made on RS rows along the edges and in the center of the shawl.
The first and the last 3 sts (edge sts), the center stitch and only RS rows are charted.
Only one side of the shawl is charted. Added files with charts for the second side of the shawl.
Read the charts bottom up, from right to left before the center stitch and from left to right after the center stitch.
Some charts are divided into 2 parts, they are named A and B. You can print both parts and tape them together for your convenience.
Charts have colored symbols.

While the pattern contains ample explanations, a photo tutorial and links to videos for the special techniques used, the stitch patterns used are charted and NOT written out row-by-row – you need to be able to read charts in order to make this shawl.

You will need

Tools:

  • US 4 (3.5 mm) circular needles;
  • 3 – 3.5 mm crochet hook for cast-on and bind-off;
  • Stainless blocking pins for blocking the shawl after washing.

Materials:

  • Any natural fiber yarn in lace weight 550 – 870 yds/3.5 oz (500 – 800 m/100 g).
  • Waste yarn.

Gauge: 16 sts and 32 rows per 10 x 10 cm 4 x 4 in in stockinette stitch after blocking. If individual gauge is significantly different from pattern gauge, adjust needle size accordingly.

Finished size: Depending on yarn choice, needle size, individual gauge and blocking method.
Sizes yielded in test knitting:

Sizes yielded in test knitting:

  • 100% linen, 660 yds/3.5 oz (600 m/100 g): depth – 24” (61 cm), wingspan – 59” (150 cm); yardage 820 yds (750 m).

  • 100% linen, 770 yds/3.5 oz (700 m/100 g): depth - 27” (69 cm), wingspan - 62” (158 cm); yardage 830 yds (760 m).


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