Gwindra by Sonja Bargielowska


August 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
17 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in modified garter stitch pattern
US 8 - 5.0 mm
760 - 900 yards (695 - 823 m)
one size
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The Gwindra Shawl is a large, crescent-shaped accessory in one size. The body of the shawl is worked in a modified Garter Stitch pattern, and the Applied Border has a lace and cable design. Though the sample uses just one stripe of contrasting colour, there are many possibilities for adding more stripes, or knitting the edging in the contrast colour if desired.

Wingspan: 183 cm / 72 inches

Depth: 61 cm / 24 inches

Blacker Yarns Tamar, 4-ply (70% Lustre Wool, 30% Cornish Mule Wool; 350 metres / 380 yards per 100g skein)

Shown in:
MC: Camel; 2 skeins
CC: Lynher; 1 skein
CC B (optional): Ottery; 1 skein

Three out of Five

Techniques include: working cables and simple lace from either written or charted instructions, working an applied border

5 mm (US 8, UK 6) 100 cm / 40 inch or longer circular knitting needle

3 stitch markers
Darning needle to sew in ends

17 sts and 30 rows to 10 cm / 4 inches measured over Modified Garter Stitch pattern

Always use a needle size which results in the correct gauge after blocking