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Pattern: Morro Shawl

meadow squareMorro Shawl

Love the Estuarine Shawl, but either want more, or maybe something a little simpler? This sideways knit shawlette features the dot knit stitch in a textured side panel, and a sumptuous lace and cabled side edging that’s knit at the same time. It’s easily sized to your yarn quantity; work the repeats according to the recommended percentages of your yarn weight.

Morro is shown in two different yarn weights: laceweight Meadow and worsted weight Knightsbridge. You can work it in any weight following the guidelines in the pattern.

My grandparents took me and my younger brother Paul to Morro Bay so many times when we were growing up. Grandpa would go deep sea fishing, and the rest of us would go beachcombing and exploring. The Morro Bay Estuary is a vibrant, thriving estuary on the Central California coast.

Sizes
Laceweight (Worsted)

Finished Measurements as shown
Length: 70 (89¾) in / 178 (228) cm
Width: 10 (15¼) in / 25.5 (38.5) cm

Yarn
Laceweight: The Fibre Company Meadow, 40% Merino wool, 25% Baby llama, 20% Silk, 15% Linen (545 yds / 498 m per 3.53 oz / 100g), 1 skein. Shown in Hydrangea. As shown, shawl weighed 94g.

Worsted: The Fibre Company Knightsbridge, 65% baby llama, 25% merino, 10% silk (120 yds / 110 m per 1.76oz / 50g), 7 skeins. Shown in Skyworth. As shown, sample weighed 300g.

Needles
US3 / 3.25 mm (US7 / 4 mm) or size to obtain gauge

Gauge
Laceweight: 29 sts and 29 rows = 4 in / 10 cm in dot knit stitch pattern (blocked)

Worsted: 24 sts and 20.5 rows = 4 in / 10 cm in dot knit stitch pattern (blocked)

Notions
yarn needle, cable needle

Skills
simple cabling; simple lace

Both charts and line by line instructions provided.

knightsbridge cropped

 

 

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