Priced at $156.00
Samuel F.B. (Finley Breese) Morse invented the original Morse Code in the 1830s. As we know it today, the dots and dashes of Morse Code translate well for slip stitch color patterns, making it easy to write something in your knitting. Each broad stripe ends with three lines of Morse Code that repeat a single knitting term. From right to left, the shawl reads Needles, Yarn, Cast On, Knit, Purl, and Bind Off. What looks like a simple slip stitch pattern also speaks to our love of the craft.
Designed by Nancy Whitman
Finished Measurements: 81.5" x 18"
Needles required but not included: US 5 - 40" circular
Notions required but not included: tapestry needle
Gauge: 23 stitches and 48 rows = 4 inches in garter stitch
Shown in Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light, 100% superwash merino, 420 yards per skein, 1 skein each Twig (C1), Espadrilles (C2), Vermillion (C3), Arctic (C4), Bloomsbury (C5), and Paper (CC).
(Difficulty: 2 out of 3)
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