Marjorie Shawl

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Marjorie is a shallow shawl that is perfect for that precious single skein of sock yarn. The solid stockinette body beautifully shows off subtle colour variations and the lace edging gives it an airy and pretty touch.

The instructions for the lace edging are both charted and written.

€ 4,00

A note on yardage
If you are using fingering weight yarn, please be aware that you will be cutting it close with only one 100 gram skein. If you can, make sure to have some extra on hand, or use a 4mm/US 6 needle to work the shawl at a slightly smaller gauge.

Pattern includes instructions and calculations to make the shawl smaller or larger depending on the amount of yarn you have.

Pattern information:

Sizes One size, but extensive instructions and stitch counts for larger or smaller versions are included.
Lace: 133 cm x 39 cm (approx. 52” x 15”); after blocking.
Fingering: 155 cm x 49 cm (approx. 61” x 19” ); after blocking.
Yarn Lace or fingering weight, approx. 402 m/440 yd
If you are using fingering weight yarn, please be aware that you will be cutting it close with only one 100 gram skein. If you can, make sure to have some extra on hand, or use a 4mm/US 6 needle to work the shawl at a slightly smaller gauge.
Needles 4,5 mm/US 7 80cm/32” circular needle, or size needed to get gauge.
Notions Two stitch markers; tapestry needle
Gauge Lace: 22 sts/33 rows to 10 cm/4”
Fingering:  19 sts/29 rows to 10 cm/4”
in stockinette stitch on 4,5 mm/US 7 needles (after blocking)Gauge is not crucial for this project, but a different gauge will affect the amount of yarn you need and the finished size of the shawl.
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