Macrophylla by Mia Rinde Description
For some time, designer Mia Rinde has been fascinated with how a shawl grows, so she tends to design shawls that seem to develop organically but from a slightly hidden center spine. Inspired by the growth of plants, Mia wanted to see how a shawl would look if it could be composed entirely of leaves and flowers. This pattern combines these elements into a coherent motif, leading to her choice of the name "Macrophylla" - the Latin word for "containing large leaves".
Width: 45 (59)" / 114.5 (150) cm
Length at center: 20 (24)" / 51 (61) cm
2 hanks Malabrigo Susurro = 650 yards (594 m) sport weight yarn. Shown in #033 Cereza and #415 Matisse Blue.
US 4 / 3.5mm 40" / 100 cm long circular needles, or size needed to obtain gauge
15 sts and 20 rows = 4" / 10 cm