Waves on Slate shawlette by Bronagh Miskelly
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Waves on Slate shawlette

Knitting
October 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 31 rows = 4 inches
in stocking stitch after blocking
US 4 - 3.5 mm
427 yards (390 m)
Wingspan: 160cm Depth: 37cm
This pattern is available for £3.75 GBP buy it now

Whether breakers spreading over the grey slate rocks projectiing out on the little beach below our Donegal house or relatively small ripples over colourful pebbles in the Carribean, I can spend ages watching waves breaking on stone.

This crescent shawl uses elongated stitches to create a frothy waved edging around a simple stocking stitch body.

Drape over your shoulders for a little extra warmth on a sunny evening or wrap around your neck on a frosty morning.

The design is ideal for using a lovely skein of luxury sock yarn.

Pattern collection offer

This pattern in one of five in the Sea, Shore, Sky collection of patterns inspired by memories my family’s home on cliff in Donegal, Ireland and my love of seashores the world over.
The other four patterns are Coolmore Creek, Salmon Net Shawl, Starry Night Shawlette, Low Tide scarf
You can buy the whole collection for £12.50 + VAT (for your region, for example the collection will be £15 in the UK)

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