Winter Thyme £3.75

A curved garter stitch shawl and a lacy edge, shaped with short rows to easily drape round the shoulders.

Winter Thyme is an aromatic evergreen herb with culinary, medicinal, and ornamental uses. It has many small purple and blue flowers with fragrant green leaves that have a variety of uses. It likes to grow in rocky areas in the North.

Winter Thyme is a pattern from the Winter Blooms book

Size:

One size

150 cm (59 in) long across top edge of shawl and 30 cm (12 in) deep at widest point

Yarn:

Fingering weight yarn

TJFrog Shorelines & Strata - 4ply (85% Poll Dorset wool, 15% Hebridean wool, 350 m / 380 yds in 100g) in colourways:

Limestone (MC) 430 m / 470 yds

Purple (CC1) 80 m / 90 yds
Blue (CC2) 80 m / 90 yds
Green (CC3) 80 m / 90 yds

Needles & Notions:

3.5mm (US 4) 100cm (40 in) circular needle

1 stitch marker

Gauge:

34 sts x 19 rows in 10 cm x 10 cm (4 in x 4 in) measured over garter stitch

Skills required:

Knit and purl stitches

Yarn over increases

Increases and decreases

Following a simple charted or written lace pattern

Casting on and off

Pattern information:

Originally published January 2018.

Current version: Winter_Thyme_v1.0.pdf

PDF file size: 2.1kb

Blog post with more information can be found here

Technical Editor: Gwen Wagner-Adair

Model: Freya Boycott-Garnett

Photography: Aldersign

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