MEERA SHAWL

Meera is a sweet and delicate shawlette suitable for using up a special skein of fingering weight yarn  –  to make a lovely gift  for someone else or even for yourself. 

Meera uses a top-down classic triangle construction with  eyelet lace  all over the body and some twisted ribbing for the border and a pronounced picot edging for finishing touches. 

The wavy lace and the border reminds me of standing in beach waters with the waves rushing and foaming at our feet. The word Meera means “sea” or “ocean” in Sanskrit language and seemed suitable for the design. 🙂

The pattern has both written and charted instructions. Meera is designed to use about one skien of fingering weight yarn but is a very adaptable pattern. Instructions to make a larger shawl are included in the pattern.

TEST DEADLINE: Dec 13 2021

If interested in testing, please email to craftdoodling@gmail.com with your Ravelry and Instagram ids. If you have already tested for me, just let me know through Facebook/Instagram comments. Thank you!!

SIZING:

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS LENGTH (ALONG TOP EDGE)

DEPTH


One size (adaptable)


46″/ 117 cm


20″ / 51 cm


YARN REQUIREMENTS416 yards / 380 m of fingering weight yarn.
YARN USED IN SAMPLEHenlia Handmade 100% US Cormo Wool 2-ply Fingering 446
446 yards / 408 m per 100g / 3.5oz in Have a Gray Speckly Day colorway.
NEEDLES USED4 mm / US 6  circular needles min 24″ / 60 cm.
GAUGE16 sts and 28 rows = 4″/ 10 cm, in stockinette st, washed and blocked.

Gauge is not particularly important in this project. However please know that your finished measurements and yardage requirements  would vary accordingly.
NOTIONS2 stitch markers, cable needle, tapestry needle.