Tarla Shawl PDF
Tarla Shawl by Catherine Salter Bayar is sure to become a warm weather favorite!
A garter stitch eyelet leaf lace runs along one side, as this right angle triangular scarf grows 1 stitch each row along the other. “Tarla” means “field” in Turkish, so envision a tract of seed
stitch working into a hedgerow of garter stitch, then replanted by a plot of 1x1 vertical rib bounded again by garter stitch. These fields
alternate positions to complete this reversible 2-skein project.
Materials: 2 skeins, Urth Uneek Cotton, shown in 1077,
1084 and 1088
Dimensions: 24.5”/ 62 cm wingspan 33”/ 84 cm at widest point, 44”/ 112 cm on the diagonal.
Needles: US 6 / 4 mm
Gauge: 22 sts x 32 = 4”/10 cm in Stockinette St.
Gauge is not crucial
Errata on Row 40:
Row 40: BO 6 sts, k to M, SM, yo, k2tog, k1, p1 to last st, kfb.
The last 2 rows can be clarified as follows: “Work a final row of garter stitch. (209 rows, 218 sts) Last row: Loosely BO all sts knitwise.”
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