The slip stitch pattern was inspired by the waved ridges of seaweed left on the rocky shores at Cape Norman, Newfoundland. Palmaria palmate, often known as Dulse, is a seaweed commonly found in the north east Atlantic.
This companion piece to the Palmaria Shawl, part of the [Northern Landscapes Collection, part 2.
This piece is also an homage to the ever popular Bias ‘Before & After’ Scarf by Churchmouse Yarns and Teas.
Instructions are included for versions with and without beads and two colours vs a single colour.
* Working slipped stitches * Working with crossed stitches * Working with charts and written instructions * Kitchener Stitch (Grafting) * Blocking * Working with beads (Optional)
Yarn: 400 (656) yards/366 (600) meters of fingering weight yarn that knits up to 8 sts/inch.