Whitley Bay by Christin Kimsey

Whitley Bay

Knitting
September 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches = 4 inches
in Stockinette
US 4 - 3.5 mm
US 7 - 4.5 mm
760 - 798 yards (695 - 730 m)
one size
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The pattern was inspired by the yarn which I purchased at the Ring-A-Rosie yarn store in Whitley Bay, a small seaside town in North East England. The Merino Singles yarn blooms in the moss stitch pattern giving it a very soft and cloudy texture while the subtle speckles add an element of interest and surprise without interfering with the pattern.

The pattern contains fully written instructions and charts. It is not necessary to read charts.

Die Anleitung ist auch auf Deutsch erhältlich. Sie enthält komplett ausgeschriebene Instruktionen und Strickschriften. Es ist nicht notwendig Strickschriften lesen zu können.

Size
• Wingspan = 156 cm (61.5’’); Height = 74 cm (29”)

Yarn
• 2 skeins Ring-a-Rosie Merino Singles (100% Merino Wool; 365 m (399 yds)/100 g (3.53 oz) skein), find it here: Ring-a-Rosie
• Sample knit in the colourway “Tom Kitten”, 694 m (758 yds)/190 g used.
• If you have a looser gauge, choose a fingering weight or 4-ply yarn with 400 m (437 yds)/100g.
• This pattern would also work great for DK weight yarn, estimated yardage: 640-713 m (700-780 yds).

Needles and Notions
• 3.5 mm (US 4) circular needles, 100 cm/40” length
• 4.5 mm (US 7) for the bind-off
• 3 Markers
• Use 4.5 mm (US 7) for DK weight yarn and go up one or two sizes for the bind-off.
• Tapestry needle to sew in yarn ends 

A big thank you to casey-s for tech editing and all test knitters for invaluable comments on the pattern and as always great knitting company: Danushka, Dawnfox, haedcrazy, heisto, manumia, OctaviaKurth, Purlificknitter, reisetante and Stoepsel1978!

See it knit on Instagram: #whitleybayshawl