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Portinscale Pattern

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by Hiroko Payne
Portinscale is an obtuse triangle knit from tip to tip, with a self finishing edge. Sharing some of the same motifs of the larger scale Lingholm shawl, Portinscale proposes a simpler yet similarly elegant scarf option. Originally designed by Hiroko Payne in the now discontinued Road to China Lace, this beautiful shawl has been reimagined in The Fibre Co.’s Meadow yarn. The scarf is knit in stockinette lace, with a purl ‘rest row’ between work rows.

YARN:
The Fibre Co. Meadow (40% Merino wool, 25% baby llama, 20% silk,  15% linen, 498 m (545 yd) per 100 g hank) in Cosmos – 2 hanks.

NEEDLES:
1 pair 3mm (US 3) circular needles with 80/100cm cable

TENSION/GAUGE:
24 sts and 48 rows to 10 cm (4 in) in Mesh Lace, using 3 mm (US 3) needles, firmly blocked and allowed to relax slightly once completely dry.

GARMENT MEASUREMENTS:

192 cm (78 in) wingspan along top edge and 45.5 cm (17 in) depth

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Portinscale is from the Waves collection, which originally featured The Fibre Co.'s Road to China blend.  When the lace weight version was discontinued, we reimagined this beautiful lightweight shawl in our Meadow blend.  The shawls were originally photographed on the dramatic shores of Derwentwater in the English Lake District on the pier of the Lingholm Estate, a country estate connected to Beatrix Potter who spent time there on holiday and is known to have written Squirrel Nutkin at Lingholm. This reimagined ...

Portinscale is from the Waves collection, which originally featured The Fibre Co.’s Road to China blend.  When the lace weight version was discontinued, we reimagined this beautiful lightweight shawl in our Meadow blend.  The shawls were originally photographed on the dramatic shores of Derwentwater in the English Lake District on the pier of the Lingholm Estate, a country estate connected to Beatrix Potter who spent time there on holiday and is known to have written Squirrel Nutkin at Lingholm. This reimagined version in our Meadow yarn was modeled at The Fibre Co.’s HQ by Janett Walker, co-founder of Antiracist Cumbria.

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