Lost & Found
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This is a PDF knitting pattern.
I was knitting a striped shawl and felt lost as I didn’t know what to knit next. I found my way by deciding to turn the shawl into a jacket! This garment begins with a semi-circular top down shawl decorated with stripes and short rows. The ribbed back and garter stitch sides grow from picked up stitches. Two front seams mold the fabric into a convertible garment. Wear the garment upside down for even more drama.
52” / 132cm chest circumference. Measurements taken after blocking. Sample shown on a 41” / 104cm chest circumference. The jacket is designed in one size to fit loosely or more fitted depending on the wearer’s size.
Color A - 535yds / 489m
Color B - 535yds / 489m
Color C - 150yds / 137m
Color D - 420yds / 384m
40” US 8 / 5mm circular
4 split ring markers, tapestry needle
17 sts & 36 rows = 4” / 10cm in garter stitch
- Quince & Co. Lark
(100% Wool; 134yds / 123m per 50g skein)
Color A: Kittywake (semi-circle stripes & short rows)
Color B: Honey (semi-circle stripes, back, & I-cord trim)
Color C: Iceland (semi-circle stripes)
Color D: Kumlien’s Gull (fronts)