Knitting a shawl inspired by Maori – knitting


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The Whatu Shawl by Francoise Danoy is a lovely little triangle and a great project for throwing your shoulders when the weather starts to get warm, the design is inspired by the weaving techniques used in imitating an M? ori. Danoy says that when she was learning weaving techniques to make clothes, she was amazed at how the sewing looks the same in knitting stitches and decided to try it over again in knitting, and this is also a single-skein project (requires 437 yards of socks / finger), so it’s a great use for one of those special surfaces. The one you have in your stash that you don’t know what to do with, and the pattern is one of the two inspiring shawl styles you can get for free at Aroha Knits.[Photo: Francoise Danoy.]


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