About the Pattern

The yarn used for my original shawl was produced by Maria Allen on her smallholding in the maritime region of Nova Scotia in Canada but it knits to a dream using any of my sockweight yarns.

I have named the pattern "Seaspray" as it is meant to symbolize the waves of the Atlantic Ocean that seperates Pembrokeshire from Nova Scotia.

Broad Haven (South) beach, Pembrokeshire, UK.

How it's done

To make this shawl I used 2 skeins, which amounted to approx 200 grams (8 ounces) of sockweight yarn.

I knitted it using a pair of straight 4.5 mm (Canadian size 7/US Size 7 needles). The tension is not that important but should be around 5 stitches per inch.

Broad Haven (South) beach, Pembrokeshire, UK.

 

Thicker weight yarns would work well with this pattern giving a wider and heavier shawl. Your needle size would need to be adjusted accordingly as would the amount of yarn that would be needed to allow for the heavier/bulkier weight of yarn.

This pattern is for sale from the Woolhunter shop. I can either send it through the post or electronically in pdf format.

Note - pdf files require the Adobe Acrobat Reader. This is available as a free download from the Adobe website by clicking here. Note that this file is about 20Mb !

If you can't find what you are looking for or you have a question about this pattern or for suggestions for other yarns that might be suitable for this pattern please contact me via the Feedback Form as I may be working on something. More patterns will follow in the near future as soon as my fingers can knit them and then type them out so please do visit again soon.

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