White Noise by Pam Sluter

White Noise

Knitting
March 2017
Light Fingering ?
20 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches
in garter
US 4 - 3.5 mm
1050 - 1100 yards (960 - 1006 m)
71”/ 180 cm in length along outer edge by 25.5”/ 65 cm deep, after blocking
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White Noise is an asymmetric triangle shawl knit on the bias. The sample shown uses two color of the Fibre Co.’s Meadow yarn. The technique used to make the marled rectangles is really easy. The pattern has a logical progression and is definitely intuitive enough to be tv knitting. The marled sections reminded me of static which is how the name for this design came to be.
I wanted to create a graphic shawl to wear with all the grey sweaters and jeans in my wardrobe. This shawl is just that. It is big and perfect for wrapping without being heavy.

Yarn Approximately 1050 yds/ 960 m lace weight yarn in two colors (525 yds/ 480 m for each of the two color used).
Shown in: Fibre Company Meadow (40% Wool/25% LLama/20% Silk/15% Linen; 545yds/ 498m per 100g skein) in colors Black Adder and Queen Anne’s Lace
Needles: One US 4/ 3.5 mm 24” circular needle or size to obtain gauge
Notions Tapestry needle (for weaving in ends)
Stitch Markers (3, at least one should be a locking type)
Finished Size:
71”/ 180 cm in length along outer edge by 25.5”/ 65 cm deep, after blocking

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