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Ydalir (en)

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    Herringbone stripes zig-zag happily through this semi-circular shawlette, separating swaths of stockinette stitch colour blocks. These blocks, shaped by short rows, are a perfect showcase for the gorgeous characteristic texture and colours of Blacker Tamar Lustre Blend. It’s a rustic yarn spun from rare British breeds, available in a range of rich hues which add to the medieval feel of the accessory. Style it with a matching cast iron shawl pin to channel the look of the dark ages, and add a bit of time-travel to your wardrobe!

    Because herringbone is one of the more difficult knitting stitches, Ydalir is aimed at the experienced knitter.

    Wingspan: 128 cm (50.5 in); depth: 48 cm (19 in)

    Gauge: 20 stitches and 36 rows = 10 cm in stocking stitch with 3.5 mm/US#4 needles

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    Materials you need at home:

    • Fingering weight yarn: Blacker Tamar Lustre Blend 4-ply; 100% pure new wool; 350 m (383 yd)/100 g; C1, Red River = 329 m / 360 yd / 94 g or 1 skein; C2, Camel = 116 m / 127 yd / 33 g or 1/3 skein; C3, Ottery = 350 m / 383 yd / 100 g or 1 skein

    • Needles: 3.5 mm/US#4 circular needle, 100 cm (40 in) or longer + 5.5 mm/US#9 circular needle, 100 cm (40 in)

    • Notions: Waste yarn + Tapestry needle