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Daelin Shawl

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Daelin is a soft crescent-shaped shawl, perfectly sized to be worn as either a scarf or a shoulder shawl. With squishy garter stitch up top, and a progression of lute- like lace on the edge, it features a sweet stitch cluster and a subtle picot edge. This shawl begins with a Provisional Cast On (tutorial video here: https://youtu.be/1o7g1H-V7Ts) that is the basis for a Garter Tab Shawl Beginning (tutorial video here: https://youtu.be/1o7g1H-V7Ts). While the start for this shawl is slightly different from the video, it can still help you get an idea of how to pick up the stitches. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit, purl, yarnover, k2tog, ssk, sl1 k2tog psso, Centered Double Decrease, p3tog, dropped k1-yo-k1, (k1, yo, k1) into the same stitch, use of markers. GAUGE 20 sts and 36 rows in 4 inches (10 cm) square in garter stitch after blocking. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 64 inches (162.5 cm) across wingspan, 18 inches (45.75 cm) from cast on to bind off. SUGGESTED YARN 550 yards of Sport weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Shown in Dragonfly Fibers Damsel (335 yds/115 gm, 100% Merino Wool) COLORWAY 'Mossy Bank'

Recommended with this pattern

  • 32 inch (80 cm) circular needle, 4mm (US6) or size needed to obtain gauge.
  • 550 yards of sport weight yarn
  • 4 markers (2 each in 2 colors for the center panel and for the edgings), safety pin style marker for marking RS of work.

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Miriam Felton Designs
Miriam Felton Designs
I started sewing when I was a toddler on one of those drilled out boards where you use a shoelace and sew the outline of a fish or a duck. Once I could wield scissors I started sewing dresses for my dolls. I added crochet when I was 8, cross stitching when I was 10, beading at 11, and knitting at 16. And I started binding books in college.