estuary *free*
wet and wild lace by Emily Wessel

An estuary is a fertile place, a junction between riverine and ocean habitats, where the mixing of fresh and salt water creates a gradated ecosystem which nurtures thousands of species.

Estuary is an in-between, watery piece of lace that inhabits the space in between scarf and shawl. If you object to the grandma-ish shape of a triangular shawl, this could be a perfect accessory for you.

The estuary pattern is available as a free pattern download, or as part of Handmade in the UK.

download Estuary Pattern *** FREE ***
buy Handmade in the UK ebook $16 (10 patterns)


sizing Finished piece will be approximately 76" long by 16" deep; depending on gauge, yarn, and how aggressively you block the lace.
materials 600 yds of sock weight or 4-ply yarn
(sample in Old Maiden Aunt 100% Superwash Merino 4ply in 'jaded')
gauge 24 sts & 32 rows / 4" in stockinette (correct gauge is not essential for this project, but may affect yardage)
suggested needles US #6 / 4.0 mm (or as req'd to meet gauge)
notes Estuary is knit in rows from end to end. It consists of two different lace patterns set side-by-side as shown in schematic.
on Ravelry

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