Magine

Magine is a triangle shaped shawl featuring a lacey eyelet edging with the main body in garter stitch. The lace edging can be blocked into large diamond points as shown or as scallops. The simple, elegant structure of this shawl is perfect for showing off a lovely hand dyed yarn. Choose between the large or small version. This pattern is easy to memorize after a few pattern repeats. Knit from side to side, you have the ability to use all of your yarn without needing more – just weigh your yarn first. Simply work the increase section till your yarn is half gone, then start decreasing for the second half.

This is a lovely pattern for a beginner knitter and is interesting enough for a more experienced knitter to enjoy.

Choose between easy to follow written or charted instructions.

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: Width at centre: (S) 8 “/20 cm; (L) 17”/43 cm Top edge: (S) 82”/ 208 cm; (L) 86”/ 218 cm Bottom edge to mid point: (S) 42”/107 cm; (L) 46”/117 cm

Contains:

*Illustrated knitting pattern *Suitable for advanced beginner

Materials you need at home:

MATERIALS: Yarn: Small (S): 420yards/384m 4ply/fingering weight yarn Sample shown in Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light (100% merino, 420 yards/384m) “Kelp” colourway Large (L): 840yards/768m 4ply/fingering weight yarn Sample shown in Madelinetosh Merino Light (100% merino, 420 yards/384m) “Vintage Sari” colourway

Needles: US 5/3.75mm Notions: Tapestry needle to weave in ends Stitch marker GAUGE: Blocked: 26 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches/10 cm in Garter Stitch Gauge is not crucial for this project but will affect yardage.

DIMENSIONS Envergure: Mini 208 cmMaxi 218 cm Hauteur: Mini 20 cmMaxi 43 cm

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ambah obrien

Hello from Australia! You’ll pretty much always find me dreaming about my next favourite shawl - the accessory I most love to design, knit and wear. Otherwise I’ll be wandering about my vegetable garden, nearby bush or perhaps a little escape to the beach.

With a background in painting, I have a passion for colour and interesting design.

I design contemporary knitwear patterns, with a nod to retro and geometric design. Patterns that are straight forward to follow and fun to wear.

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