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Nehalem Bay Shawl - As scarf | by MissMarnie
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Nehalem Bay Shawl - As scarf

I'll probably wear the shawl a lot as a scarf, in the winter. It's great because you can use it as a snuggly warm scarf and then, once inside, it can be used to cover my shoulders if the building is cool. Since it's sock yarn, it should hold up to the wear pretty well.




Finished Shawl:

Name: Nehalem Bay

Pattern: The first lace panel area from Evelyn Clark's "Knitting Lace Triangles" the remainder is my own.

Yarn: Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sock in Gold Hill (Superwash Merino/Nylon)

Size: Approx 58" across and 26" deep, after blocking

Yarn used: 96 grams/365 yards

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Taken on September 24, 2008