This is an adjustable, fingering-weight asymetrical lace shawl, inspired by the stitch pattern designs of Gannet Designs.
It is designed that you can 'knit until you run out of yarn' and uses almost one full skein of the suggested yarn. Though it was designed to show off a gradient skein, it would suit just as well with a solid or variegated yarn as well.
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|Pattern source (brand and/or designer)||Sarah Dawn's Designs|
|Gauge||34 sts and 40 rows = 4 inches (10 cm square) in stocking stitch|
|Charted or written pattern||Both|
|Sizes required||One, Adjustable|
Size of shawl is adjustable depending on the amount of yarn used. Sample came to a 64 inch (162.5 cm) wingspan, and 13 inch (33 cm) depth, using 463 yards (423 meters) of sock yarn, with very little leftover.
|Construction type||Single piece Aysmetrical Shawl.|
|Required or recommended yarn||1 skein fingering or sport-weight yarn. Testers who can work in a gradient yarn will be given higher priority.|
|Requirements from the tester||
Please be aware that the patterns you are receiving when you are testing are draft patterns -- final details and final photography may not have been completed. Also, the draft patterns have not yet been sent to the tech editor.
|Rewards from the designer||
Testers who complete the test will be given one self-published pattern of their choice from my Ravelry Store, as well as a final copy of the pattern that was tested.
The designer has created the following milestones, in order to keep track of progress during the test knit. By marking off each milestone as you complete it, you can easily keep the designer up to date with your progress.Cast On
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