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A light, romantic shawl, made of alternating lace and short rows, that will keep you company with endless garter stitch fun and easy to remember lace inserts and border!
The short rows make the shawl incredibly wide, without giving up on elegance or knitting fun!
Take out all your fingering or lace scraps and go bold with colour combinations!
Be aware to look closely to yarn meters or yardage: you need a lot of meters but not so many grams!
“Bouncing Off Clouds” is one of my favourite songs by the lovely Tory Amos, and this shawl can be summarised in 3 lines from the song:
“…Make it easy
Make this easy
It’s not as heavy as it seems…”
Garter tab cast on, knitting, purling, basic increases and decreases, German Short Rows, knitted cast on
Wingspan, 185 cm / 73”, depth 45 cm / 18”
Approx 200 g , 1400 m / 1550 yd any fingering-weight yarn
MC: 85 g, 490 m / 536 yd
CC1: 10 g, 58 m / 64 yd
CC2: 65 g, 375 m / 410 yd
CC3: 25 g, 175 m / 192 yd
The pattern has additional info and tips on colours and yarn usage.
Sample is knit in:
Holst Garn Samarkand, 75% wool, 25% silk
MC: Chalk, 80 g, 460 m / 502 yd
Holst Garn Supersoft, 100% wool
CC1: Tyran, 10 g, 58 m / 63 yd
CC2: Aubergine, 65 g, 375 m / 410 yd
Holst Garn Coast, 55% Merino, 45% Cotton
CC3: Fairy, 25 g, 175 m / 192 yd
Holst Garn Samarkand is now called Tides. Composition is slightly different (70% wool, 30% silk), but meterage /yardage remain the same.
3.75 mm (US size 5), 150 cm 40” circular needles, or size to obtain correct gauge
Tapestry needle to weave in ends