There are many pathways through the forest, each with its own secrets and delights
Using a handpainted or self-striping yarn, you can unlock some of your own delights as you work this meandering shawl with its branching trails. Worked on the bias with a few simple lace stitch patterns, it creates a series of sections reflecting woodland glade and clearing.
The sample pictured is knit with Hand Maiden Fine Yarn Casbah, 80% superwash merino, 10% nylon, 10% cashmere, (325 m./355 yds. per 115 g. skein), colours “Hemlock” and ‘Walnut”.
Size: Length along Top Edge: 209 cm./83.4 in.
Length along Bottom Edge: 177 cm./70.7 in.
Width: 50 cm./20.2 in.
Level of Difficulty: Intermediate
Suggested Yarn: Fingering or sport weight yarn in the following amounts:
Colour A: 500 m./ 546 yds.; Colour B: 325 m./355 yds.
Needles: 4.5 mm. (US 7)
Gauge: 16 sts and 16 rows = 10 cm./4 in., square in Pattern Stitch
Ravelry users can purchase the pattern here.
Pattern Price: $12.00 CAD
Purchase Pattern: $12.00 CAD