Talyse by Paula Pereira


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May 2020
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
433 - 434 yards (396 - 397 m)
Wingspan 68” (173 cm) and Center Depth 15” (38 cm)
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This one-skein shawl is originally designed for Indie Untangled’s Where We Knit Yarn Club 2020 using a beautiful, Spring inspired special colorway created by Bleu Poussière.
The pattern is exclusive for the club members until August 2020. It will then become available as a Ravelry download.

Talyse is a collaboration with Bleu Poussière for Indie Untangled’s Where We Knit Yarn Club. We worked together to create a fun to knit accessory, that can be worn all throughout the year! The soothing garter ridges combined with rows of wrapped stitches are worked in two different directions, creating a reversible elongated triangular shawl. One thing that I do love about shawls and wraps (and I hope you do too!) is they are reversible! After all, accessories are made to be casually be thrown in our outfits, adding that special detail to the overall look! All this coolness does not match the need to be checking if we are wearing it at the correct side, right?! We hope you enjoy knitting Talyse with Shani’s beautiful yarn!

Finished Size
Wingspan 68” / 173 cm x Center Depth 15” / 38 cm after blocking.

Bleu Possière Aries 80% merino 10% cashmere 10% nylon – approx. 397 m / 434 yds per 100g skein # color Where We Knit Yarn Club 2020 - used yardage1 full skein / 397 m and 434 yds.

One US 6 (4 mm) 32” (80 cm) circular needles
Adjust needles sizes if necessary, to obtain the correct gauge.

Notions Markers; removable marker; cable needle; tapestry needle.

Gauge 18 sts and 36 rows = 4” (10 cm) in Garter stitch on US 6 (4 mm) needles after blocking.

Talyse is worked back and forth in two different directions. The first part is knitted sideways in biased fabric. The second part is the final border, worked over the stitches on the needle and stitches picked up and knitted over the following edge of the triangle shape. The border is knitted from the top down. We will use all the yardage of the skein, including the yarn used for the swatch. It is helpful to use a removable marker to indicate the RS of the work.“