Digital Download of Nemea Shawl, by Margo Bauman
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From the designer:
Nemea was a city in Ancient Greece. It was the location of one of the four separate sports festivals that were part of the Panhellenic Games. Those festivals were the precursor to the modern Olympics. In Greek mythology, Hercules was tasked to perform twelve heroic labors to amend for his actions in killing his family. His first task was to kill the lion that had been terrorizing people in the area of Nemea. He made a clock of the pelt to wear for protection. This fun shawl uses only one 100g fingering weight skein, so hunt down that perfect yarn to create your own protective wrap!
Name of Pattern: Nemea Shawl
Designer: Margo Bauman
Type of Object: Shawl
Yarn weight: Fingering
Gauge: Rows R1-8 = 2-1/4” depth
Hook Size: G-size hook (4.00mm)
Yardage/Meterage: 400yds/365m, 3.5oz/100g (Oink Pigments Targhee Sock)
Sizes available: one size (Blocked: 16” depth, 45” top edge)
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