Contrasting stripes accentuate the wavy lace that curves and flows between surrounding garter stitch blocks.
Coastline is knitted entirely on garter stitch, so there’s no purling.
You work this crescent-shaped shawl with two colours of fingering weight yarn. Choose calm colours for a timeless piece or make a statement with bold colours.
Oslo Micro Dyery Merino Light (100% merino; 366 m / 400 yds per 100 g). One skein of C1 and one skein of C2.
Shown in colours My grandmother’s favorite waste of time was to rewrite her will over and over (C1) and White trash (C2).
Or similar fingering weight yarn.
Amount of yarn
Colour 1 (C1): 315 m / 344 yds
Colour 2 (C2): 267 m / 292 yds
Size 4 mm / US 6 circular needle. Or size that gives you pattern gauge.
This shawl is worked flat, but I recommend using an 80-100 cm / 32-40 inch circular needle to accommodate the growing number of stitches.
20 stitches and 40 rows = 10 cm / 4 inches in garter stitch, before blocking
208 cm / 82 in (width) x 58 cm / 23 in (depth)
kfb: knit to front and back loop of the same stitch
yo: yarn over
k2tog: knit 2 stitches together
Type of instructions
This pattern has complete written instructions and optional charted instructions for the lace.
The pattern includes detailed stitch counts, suggested bind off, blocking instructions and a schematic.
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