Madame Butterfly Shawl

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Madame Butterfly is a triangle knitting shawl, starts at the center back of the neck to the bottom edge. There is 3 stitches border at beginning and end of rows, using stocking stitch. Shawl increases 4 stitches on right side rows, you will have 4 stitch markers, one on each border and 2 in center. Shawl has 3 designs, the first one covers 75% of shawl, is made using Flower Stitch to create the Flower Stitch Band, second is the Lace Design and last one is Scalloped Lace Edging.

Finished Measurements
Wingspan: 60” (152cm)
Depth: 27” (69cm)

860yds Fingering weight yarn
Shown in: Carlisle Fingering from Eden Cottage Yarns/ 100% Superwash superfine Merino Wool/ 100g/400m/436yds, Colorway: Bog Myrtle

Needle Size
US 4/3.5mm circular needle (32”/80cm) or size to obtain gauge.
A long circular needle is recommended in order to accommodate the large number of stitches as the shawl beautiful grows.

27 sts and 32 rows = 4” (10cm) in stockinette stitch

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