Sesheta Scarf

Now available! The Sesheta Scarf designed by Melissa Goodale (Stick Chick Knits).

This pattern was originally released in September as part of Twisted’s Shawlette Club.

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You’ll feel wise indeed draped in Sesheta, a triangular shawl with an open mesh lace pattern. Named for the Egyptian goddess of knowledge, writing and mathematics, Sesheta displays strong geometric symbols, with triangle and pinwheel designs down the spine and around the hem. Knit from side to side, this lacy shawl only takes one skein of yarn to complete, allowing you to make intelligent use of your stash!

About the Designer – Working under the label Stick Chick Knits, Mel spends her days in Seattle dreaming up new designs and playing with yarn. Her projects expand to fill the space available. Luckily, this doesn’t seem to bother her loving husband and sons.

Yarn: 400 yards fingering or sport-weight yarn. Sample shown in one skein of Hazel Knits Artisan Sock (90% superwash merino wool, 10% nylon; 400yds per 120gr skein), colorway Portobello.
Gauge: 26 sts = 4 inches (10 cm) in stockinette stitch.
Needles: US #4 (3.5 mm) straight or 24” circular needle – or size to get gauge. Piece is worked back and forth.
Notions: Stitch markers.
Skill level: Intermediate.
Size/Finished measurements: One size fits most. 45″ (114 cm) wide from tip to tip. 19″ (48 cm) deep at center back. Measured after blocking.

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