Sunridge by Irina Eberhardt

Sunridge

Knitting
January 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
7 stitches and 8 rows = 1 inch
in 7 sts x 14 row
US 3 - 3.25 mm
400 - 430 yards (366 - 393 m)
65 inch x 15 inch
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Sunridge is a knitted on a bias shawl. This is an adjustable shawl, which could be longer or shorter to the taste of the knitter. The combination of slipped stitches and yarn over create distinctive ridges. The pointy lacy edge along the shawl brings the charm. This shawl would be great addition to elegant outfit any time of the year. Combination of simplicity and elegance just need appropriate yarn for appropriate season - wool for colder seasons and silk, cotton or other modern yarns for warm seasons.
Everybody has own favorite yarn, the pattern should be only one of the tools to execute your visions. I would suggest - choose something you already like or something you never tried,but wanted to.
This shawl was made with one of the luxurious yarns from Bijou Basin Ranch. https://www.bijoubasinranch.com/gobi-fingering/
Goby is a blend of 35% of baby camel and 65% of mulberry silk. These fibers are known for their durability, softness and versatility.

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