The Fermata Shawl by Annah Burnes

The Fermata Shawl

Knitting
January 2018
Light Fingering ?
14 stitches and 20 rows = 4 inches
in Blocked Garter
US 6 - 4.0 mm
800 - 928 yards (732 - 849 m)
One Size
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So this week is a BIG deal! One year ago on 4/17 I published my very first pattern to Ravelry. Two years ago on 4/15 I eloped at city hall after 4 years of being engaged and 3 years of being a family to my husband James Six years ago we had recently found out we were pregnant with our Lilliana! Nine years ago on 4/15 I met James for the very first time.

To Celebrate all patterns are buy one get one free until 4/20 no coupon needed!!!

The Fermata Shawl is a fresh take on The Solfege Shawl with a twist!

The Fermata Shawl is named after the Musical term Fermata which referees to a a mark over a note or rest that is to be lengthened by an unspecified amount. The Shape of the shawl is similar to an upside down Fermata without the dot.

This Shawl is dedicated to my friend Sandy who frequently makes sure my designs are knit-able and tests them for me.

Supplies
Yarn: One full skein of Silent Knits fingering weight yarn 463 yards/100 grams Shown In “Carry On” (color A) and One Duet Shown in Duet #10 (2-50 gram 231 yard skeins ) (color B+C)

Needle: One 32 inch US size 6 or size needed to obtain 14 stitches by 20 rows BLOCKED GARTER

Stitches Needed:
Knit
Knit in the front and bacK– Knit both legs of the stitch
Knit thru the bacKloop
Knit two together
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