Yup, I made another Narnia. This time I used DK weight yarn to knit Narnia. Since I got total 400 m and didn’t want to waste the yarn, I took a risk to add one more repeat to make the shawl bigger. Guess what? I run out of yarn! I didn’t have enough yarn to do the bind-off. I didn’t want to waste money to buy another skein just so I could use a few meter from it. So, I did some adjustment for the bind-off. Instead using 5-chain, I used only 4-chain, and during blocking, instead of putting the needles on the 2 middle loops, I only put 1 needle in 1 of those middle loops. I think I like the slightly curvy effect.
This time, I managed to get the beauty of this shawl perfectly.
Pattern: Narnia ShawlMaterials: DK weight yarn 100% merino (2290 961 70616), 100g/200 m per skein in gray colorway.
Qty: 2 x 100 gram (200 m/100 gram, 320 m total).
Needles: Addi lace 3.50 mm
Start Date: 27 Feb 2011
Finish Date: 9 Mar 2011
Finished size: About 52” wide by 24” deep
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