Whale Watching by Lynn Everett

Whale Watching

February 2019
both are used in this pattern
DK (11 wpi) ?
21 stitches and 42 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
1160 yards (1061 m)
18”/45 cm wide and 96”/240 cm long
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The Pacific Coast is a beautiful and dramatic landscape, much different from my home. Its misty air, rocky coast and deep blue ocean create a dramatic foreground, perfect for whale watching. This shawl will keep you cozy as you peer out at the sea. Who knows, you just might spot one!

The Whale Watching Shawl is an asymmetrical triangle shawl knit from the smallest point, increasing each garter ridge until binding off. It features an I-cord edge that is worked as you go. The I-cord bind off results in a smooth, finished look.

Miss Babs Yowza
100% Superwash Merino Wool; 560 yd/8 oz (512 m/225g)

1 skein in Color A, shown in Oyster.

Miss Babs Yowza Mini Trio
100% Superwash Merino Wool; 200 yd/2.8 oz (183 m/80g)

1 skein each in Colors B, C, and D, shown in Pewter, Franklin, and Beryl.

Or 560 yd/512 m DK weight yarn in Color A and 200 yd/180 m each DK weight yarn in Colors B, C and D.

Finished Measurements
18”/45 cm wide and 96”/240 cm long, blocked

US 5/3.75mm circular needle, 32”/80cm (or longer), or size needed to obtain gauge

Blocked: 21 stitches and 42 rows = 4”/10 cm in garter stitch.

Unblocked: 23 stitches and 48 rows = 4”/10 cm in garter stitch.

Gauge is not crucial for this project, but will affect yardage and finished size if different from above.

Tapestry needle