Scallop Sea Shawl
Inspired by a scallop shell I found in Florida years ago. Chevron rays in stockinette st, separated by rays in purl st and eyelets.
Shawl grows and increases in size as a seashell would, growth is marked by repeating garter row ridges along the length of each chevron ray. Garter stitch and lace edging.
Pattern includes row by row knitting instructions. (no charts)
Price of Printed Pattern: $10 CDN
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Finished measurement of shawl (after blocking) 182.9 cm X 91.5 cm or 72" X 36"
400 gm/ 14 oz fingering weight, 2256 m/2467 yds, Cover model knit with Brown Sheep Nature Spun Fingering 100% wool, N91 - Aran
Needles 'n' Notions
3.75 mm 40" circular needle
7 sts x 8.5 rows = 2.5 cm/1" over blocked reverse stockinette stitch