Spirotaenia Condensata

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Spirotaenia Condensata is a triangle shawl worked sideways featuring lace and garter stitch.

This pattern has been inspired by the illustration of the species Spirotaenia condensata (Slide #24 Desmidiea, No. 9) in Ernst Haeckel’s book Kunstformen der Natur.

It is part of the Knitting Art Forms of Nature project.

Type of Instructions
This pattern uses charts, but includes written instructions too.

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Description

Spirotaenia Condensata is a triangle shawl worked sideways featuring lace and garter stitch.

This pattern has been inspired by the illustration of the species Spirotaenia condensata (Slide #24 Desmidiea, No. 9) in Ernst Haeckel’s book Kunstformen der Natur.

It is part of the Knitting Art Forms of Nature project.

Type of Instructions
This pattern uses charts, but includes written instructions too.

Yarn: Hand spun, hand dyed yarn [approx. 440 yards (400 meters) per 100 grams (3.53 ounces)], color: hand dyed (3 shades of pink – MC1, MC2, MC3), 1 contrast color (green, CC)); approx. 550 yds (500m) total

Yarn Weight: Light Fingering
Gauge: 16 stitches / 22 rows equals 4 x 4 in (10 x 10 cm) in stockinette stitch after blocking
Needle size: US 6 – 4 mm
Yardage: 400 – 600 yards (366 – 549 m)
Finished size: 55 x 31 in (140 x 80 cm) after blocking. Size is adjustable.

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