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The construction of this shawl allows you to knit in the round while simultaneously creating the fringe - no need to cut loads of short lengths for the fringe or to secure any steeks after the knitting is finished. You simply cut the fringe stitches up the middle and then knot the strands to make the fringe look nice!

Inspiration

De proprietatibus rerum (“On the Order of Things”) is an encyclopedia written around the mid-13th century by Bartholomeus Anglicus, and translated into French in 1372 by Jean Corbichon. The copy which inspired this wrap, produced in Paris sometime before 1416, is housed at the Bibliothèque Municipale de Reims in Reims, France, and may have belonged to the library of the Duke de Berry. It is the background of the illustration of the caladrius bird which inspired the motif in this shawl.

Additional information

Lengths given do not include fringe. Gauge is 32 sts/6.5" and 32 rows/6" after blocking.

Language
English
Brand
Independent Designer
Designer
Kathleen Sperling
Craft
Knitting
Format
Downloadable PDF
Skill Level
Intermediate
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Pages
4
Notes
Stitch markers to be distinctive from each other: one is for marking rounds, the other for marking fringe stitches.
Yarn Weight
 

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