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Summertime finds me thinking of light, portable projects that are easily tucked into a travel bag.  Finished shawls are perfect to keep the chill off on a cool summer evening. 

Jeanne Back Meadow

Named for my mom, who taught me to value handwork of all kinds, "Jeanne" is worked with an easily remembered stitch pattern throughout the body and is finished with bold leaves along the bottom edge.  Thanks to the efforts of my test knitters, Amy Caryl, Christine and Christine, the pattern for is now ready.

Jeanne Front Meadow

Sizes:  S, M, L

Finished Measurements:  52 [59, 66]” across top edge, 26[29.5, 33]” from center back to bottom point, blocked.

Needles:  US 5 (3.75mm) or size to obtain gauge.

Gauge:  18 stitches and 34 rows = 4”(10cm) in stitch pattern

Yarn:  Schaefer Yarns Anne; 60% Superwash Merino, 25% Mohair, 15% Nylon; 560 yards per 4 oz. Skein; Bluebell,  1 skein.

Approximate Yardage:  400[475, 550] yards

Additional Materials: 
Crochet Hook Size 4mm
Tapestry needle
Scrap yarn
Place Markers

Find it here on Ravelry.

Price:  $6.00 US


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