Shipwreck - Skinny Beach Line
The Outer Banks are known as “the graveyard of the Atlantic” due to the shifting sandbars and treacherous currents. Ships have been running aground or sinking in storms since the early 1500’s. Every once in a while, beachcombers may find a piece of driftwood washed ashore from a long forgotten wreck.
Colors: light brown
Fiber: 90% US Targhee Superwash, 10% Nylon
Gauge: 6 – 8 sts = 1”, US 1 – 3 needles (2.25—3.25 mm)
Crochet Gauge: 6 – 8 sc = 1”, B-1 to E-4 (2.25—3.5 mm)
Yardage: approx. 400 yds/100 gm
Care: Handwash cold, dry flat