Spring Creek by Mary-Anne Mace

Spring Creek

September 2016
Light Fingering ?
20 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in stocking stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 5 - 3.75 mm
560 - 680 yards (512 - 622 m)
Two: Fingering weight and Lace weight
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Spring Creek is a versatile shawl that can be knit in either fingering or lace weight yarn, a single colour or stripes. It uses a variety of relatively simple stitch patterns to provide surface interest, and to pique your knitterly interest as well. The piece is finished with a striking, beaded lace border depicting dragonflies in flight.

This shawl can be knit in either lace weight yarn or fingering weight yarn, in a single colour, or in two contrasting colours.

The size depends on how vigorously you block the piece. My Malabrigo version measures 41cm deep by 205 cm around top edge. The Chantilly Lace version measures 41 cm deep by 197 cm around the top edge.

Fingering Weight version:
Malagrigo Sock
Colour 1: Ochre (yellow) 360 metres (393 yards)
Colour 2: Marte (brown) 320 metres, (350 yards).
Total 680 m (743 yards)

(If you intend to switch yarn to a regular, plump sock yarn I would advise having a bit more yarn up your sleeve in case. Malabrigo Sock is classed as a light fingering here in the database)

Laceweight (in a single colour)
The Woolen Rabbit Chantilly Lace: Blue Moon: 560-600 metres.