for Robin Hunter Designs 2013
The Mary Marvell Shawl
This shawl is worked with a classic top down construction technique. It starts from a small garter stitch strip of knitting. The lace pattern creates a zigzag effect across the body of the shawl and ends with a scalloped edging. It is surprisingly delicate in appearance with the Aran weight yarn used. The entire shawl is charted. It can be easily made larger by repeating Charts 2 and 3 any number of times more before completing the final chart for the border.
The name Mary Marvell comes from an Agatha Christie short story "The Adventure of the Western Star". The character is an American film star who possessed a very large diamond which is stolen early in the story.
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- Stitch Patterns not written out, but charted
- no schematics
- no sewing
- all season
- straight (flat), no sewing
- 27 inches (69 cm) long from bottom at centre point to top edge, 54 inches (137 cm) wide measured across top edge after blocking.
- digital PDF has 13 pages (letter size)
- 4 x 4 in
- 5.0 mm
- US 8
- 18.0 st st
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