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Deville Shawl

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This pattern is a digital download.

Designer: Whitney Hayward

finished measurements
Depth: 22” / 56 cm.
Wingspan: 72” / 183 cm.
Top Width: 18” / 45.5 cm.

yarn
CC1 shown in
Harrisville daylights (DK weight)
85% Cormo Wool; 15% wool
250 yards per 100 g skein
shown in 8:26
1 skein, or 235 yds of DK weight yarn

CC2 shown in
Harrisville nightshades (DK weight)
85% Cormo Wool; 15% wool
250 yards per 100 g skein
shown in insomnia
1 skein, or 235 yds of DK weight yarn

needle size
US 10 (6.00 mm): 32″ circ.

gauge
16 sts and 21 rows = 4″ / 10 cm in stockinette worked flat after gently wet-blocking.

notions
stitch marker
blocking wires (optional)
tapestry needle

notes
a. This shawl is knit flat, with intarsia separating the spine of the shawl to either side.

b. For ease of wearing around the neck, the cast-on of the shawl has a longer top width than a typical triangle shawl. Please refer to the finished measurements before casting-on.

c. The “dots” in this shawl are created by working alternating slipped sts, rather than carrying two colorways, like in stranded colorwork.
d. The shawl sides have an i-cord selvedge for a sturdy edge.

e. The cast-on and bind-off use both CC1 and CC2 held together, at the same time.

f. In the set-up row for the shawl, the point at which CC1 and CC2 are interlocked in intarsia is noted, and continued throughout the shawl.

g. This shawl is increased at the center spine and either sides on each right-side row, aside from the dot rows.

h. We recommend using blocking wires and wet-blocking this shawl.