SHEET TRICOT pdf version to print - french / english - Shawl model LINDA

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Digital download (2 PDF)

Materials

merinos, mérino, laine

ATTENTION: Digital product
This is not a finished article, but a PDF download containing French instructions for knitting the "Linda" shawl shown here in the photos.

Linda is a symmetrical triangular shawl made in two or three colors depending on version chose.
Thin and drapey, you will love to wear it for fall or spring time.
It gathers sections in Garter stitch, Stocking stitch, eyelets and patterned stripes. It ends with a lacy edging with bobbles.

This shawl is constructed as a symmetrical triangle, knit top down.
To start, we will follow the garter tap technique
You will alternate between a total of 5 different stitch sections.
Shawl ends with a lace border and i-cord bind off.

Yarn:
Two-color shawl
Warning: to knit this version, it is essential that you get the same gauge
Yarn color A: Fingering weight yarn, 1 skein of 100 gr = 400 m
Yarn color B: Fingering weight yarn, 1 skein of 100 gr = 400 m

Optional: Three-color version
Yarn color A: Fingering weight yarn, 1 skein of 100 gr = 400 m
Yarn color B: Fingering weight yarn, 1 skein of 100 gr = 400 m
Yarn color C: Fingering weight yarn, 1 partial skein: 30 gr = 120 m

Sample photographed here was knit as a two-color version using yarns by Julie Asselin: “Nomade” (80% SW Merino and 20% Nylon), color Ale (A) and Birch (B)

Gauge:
10x10 cm (in garter st): 20 sts. x 40 r.
10x10 cm (lace pattern): 24 sts. x 30 r.

Needles:
Circular 100 cm, diameter 3.75 mm (or according to the obtained sample)

Supplies:
Needle with wool
4 marker rings for augmentation markers
Option: 32 marker rings to delineate the lace patterns

Digital boss to download and print.
Neither taken back nor exchanged.
ATTENTION: Digital product
This is not a finished article, but a PDF download containing French instructions for knitting the "Linda" shawl shown here in the photos.

Linda is a symmetrical triangular shawl made in two or three colors depending on version chose.
Thin and drapey, you will love to wear it for fall or spring time.
It gathers sections in Garter stitch, Stocking stitch, eyelets and patterned stripes. It ends with a lacy edging with bobbles.

This shawl is constructed as a symmetrical triangle, knit top down.
To start, we will follow the garter tap technique
You will alternate between a total of 5 different stitch sections.
Shawl ends with a lace border and i-cord bind off.

Yarn:
Two-color shawl
Warning: to knit this version, it is essential that you get the same gauge
Yarn color A: Fingering weight yarn, 1 skein of 100 gr = 400 m
Yarn color B: Fingering weight yarn, 1 skein of 100 gr = 400 m

Optional: Three-color version
Yarn color A: Fingering weight yarn, 1 skein of 100 gr = 400 m
Yarn color B: Fingering weight yarn, 1 skein of 100 gr = 400 m
Yarn color C: Fingering weight yarn, 1 partial skein: 30 gr = 120 m

Sample photographed here was knit as a two-color version using yarns by Julie Asselin: “Nomade” (80% SW Merino and 20% Nylon), color Ale (A) and Birch (B)

Gauge:
10x10 cm (in garter st): 20 sts. x 40 r.
10x10 cm (lace pattern): 24 sts. x 30 r.

Needles:
Circular 100 cm, diameter 3.75 mm (or according to the obtained sample)

Supplies:
Needle with wool
4 marker rings for augmentation markers
Option: 32 marker rings to delineate the lace patterns

Digital boss to download and print.
Neither taken back nor exchanged.

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