The Bermuda Shawl uses short rows to give the effect of movement reflecting the waves washing up on a Bermudian beach.
It is triangular in shape and measures 66” from tip to tip along the top edge and is 23” long. Yarn used in the main photo is Noro Silk Garden, the other photos are Kauni EF. You will need 765 yards of a fingering or sport weight yarn, a US #7 circular needle at least 80cms long, stitch markers, a tapestry needle and blocking pins.
There are four double sided pattern pages together with a full color photo of the shawl and the whole thing is housed in a polythene sleeve ready for filing.
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