Wamberal Waves by Emma Wilkinson

Wamberal Waves

September 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in shawl pattern repeat Rows 4 - 7
4.0 mm (G)
656 yards (600 m)
one size
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Wamberal Beach (On the NSW coast of Australia) was where I married my husband. This lovely textured stitch reminds me of the crashing waves. The Superwash sock yarn was hand dyed by me in blues and greens, reminiscent of the ocean. The dye technique is listed on the last page, and I encourage you to try with colours special to you. Once you have mastered the repeats, you can make this shawl as long as you want! The intricate stitches mean you will have plenty of time to absorb yourself in the design and be proud of your achievement.

New version uploaded October 2019 - Set up row missing from original document.

Rated intermediate:

Finished Measurements:
Width (of final row): 87 cm (34 inches)
Length: 154 cm (60 inches)

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