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Blending the city name of pre-Hittite Ephesus with the honeycomb motifs so prevalent in Asia Minor mythology, Apasa is a right triangle shawl knit in two solid stripes, shadowed by an overlying layer of variegated color.

Weight: Fingering
Yarn: Colors 1 and 2 Core, 1 skein each
Color 3 Carmen, 1 skein

Designer: Catherine Salter Bayar 
Language: English
Craft: Knitting
Category: Neck

Dimensions: 53"/135 cm long on left side, 34"/86.5 cm wide
at finished end, 55”/140 cm wingspan, unblocked

Needles: US 6/4.00 mm, circular or straight, 32”/80 cm or
length o accommodate sts; or size needed to obtain

Notions: Tapestry needle, stitch markers as needed

Gauge: 30 sts x 42 rows in 4"/10 cm in Honeycomb Stitch
= 4" / 10 cm square, Gauge is not crucial, but will affect yarn usage and the finished size of the work

Skill Level: Intermediate

Techniques: I-cords, increases, slipped stitches, wrapped
stitches, changing yarn colors, carrying yarns
within an I-cord