- fingering weight shawl
- top down
Sequana is a river Goddess from Gallo-Roman times. The ebb and flow of the stitches creates a wave-like patterning that is echoed in the eyelet-like “bubbles” of water and “sea-foamy” inspired edging. Worked from the top down using three colors.
Approximate Finished Dimensions: 88” wingspan x 17” deep after blocking
Materials: 200 yards fingering weight yarn in Color A 180 yards fingering weight yarn in Color B 400 yards fingering weight yarn in Color C We used Cape May Fiber Co Sock (450 yds/100G, 75% Superwash Merino Wool, 25% Nylon): Color: Sea Salt (Color A) Atlantic Pearl Oyster (Color B) House on Stockton (Color C)
US Size 6 (4 mm) 32” or 40” circular knitting needle tapestry needle scissors
Gauge: 18 sts, 44 rows= 4” in garter stitch on US Size 6 (4 mm) knitting needle after blocking.
Please note the lace section is charted only.