The Nines by Shannon Squire

The Nines

June 2021
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette Stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
725 yards (663 m)
Wingspan: 77"/196 cm; depth at center: 21.5"/55 cm, measured after blocking.
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This is the fourth pattern in the ShannaJean Club Year 2, a super fun pattern, yarn, and social club celebrating friendship! You can join the club by simply purchasing the collection, and you’ll get a pattern every other month through December 2021.

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In Tarot, the four Nines represent a closing of a cycle, and call for reflection and review. This felt like the perfect time to take some time for reflection, as we are looking forward to a season of opening and widening of our lives and circles. The rhythm of the stitches are perfect for quiet reflection, and the colorways we used are representative of two of the Nine cards in our favorite Tarot deck.

approximately 725 yards/663 m fingering-weight yarn. I used Knitted Wit Pixie Plied. Samples are shown in Nine of Cups (blues and pinks) and Nine of Swords (purples and browns).

20 sts & 30 Rs = 4”/10 cm in stockinette stitch flat, measured after blocking.

Wingspan: 77”/196 cm; depth at center: 21.5”/55 cm, measured after blocking.

A big thanks to Stefan Lombard (my honey) for the photography, Knitted Wit for the yarn support (as always!) and Meaghan Schmaltz of the Unapologetic Knitter for the Tech Editing!