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Westknits Kits are available at Stephen & Penelope!
This is a PDF knitting pattern.
This triangular shawl features one strand of fingering weight yarn held together with one strand of mohair silk. Each section features a different knit/purl texture as you build the shawl from the center to the border. The sections are picked up and knitted together in a modular fashion for a seamless construction method. Mohair Mixer is a great stash buster to showcase smaller amounts of yarn.
80” / 203cm wingspan length,
37” / 94cm along center point. Measurements taken after blocking.
Fingering weight held together with lace weight mohair silk
Approximately 1050yds / 960m total of fingering weight yarn and 1050yds / 960m total of lace weight mohair.
The yardage requirements for each section are approximate. Always hold two strands of yarn together, one strand of fingering weight wool with one strand of lace weight mohair.
SECTION 1 - 38yds / 35m each color
SECTION 2 - 71yds / 65m each color
SECTION 3 - 44yds / 40m each color
SECTION 4 - 71yds / 65m each color
SECTION 5 - 71yds / 65m each color
SECTION 6 - 202yds / 185m each color
SECTION 7 - 142yds / 130m each color
SECTION 8 - 82yds / 75m each color
SECTION 9 - 246yds / 225m each color
I-cord - 82yds / 75m each color
Color A - 180yds / 165m
Color B - 241yds / 220m
Color C - 153yds / 140m
Color D - 317yds / 290m
Color E - 246yds / 225m
Color F - 126yds / 115m
Color G - 317yds / 290m
Color H - 153yds / 140m
Color I - 153yds / 140m
Color J - 213yds / 195m
4-Color Blue Sample
The 4-color sample features one strand of Dutch Sky Glowhair (light gray) held throughout the entire shawl. Three colorways of West Wool Bicycle are used throughout the textured sections.
A - 3 skeins West Wool Glowhair in Dutch Sky (light gray)
B - 1 skein West Wool Bicycle in Aquamarine (light blue)
C - 1 skein West Wool Bicycle in Brackish (medium blue)
D - 1 skein West Wool Bicycle in Norway (dark blue)
Three pairs of US 6 / 4mm circular in 40” / 100cm length or size needed to obtain gauge.
Three circular needles will make it easy to keep the live stitches on a needle as you work each section. You can also use spare circular needles in smaller sizes or waste yarn to serve as stitch holders.
2 stitch markers, tapestry needle
18 sts & 40 rows = 4” / 10cm in garter stitch after blocking
West Wool Bicycle
A - Roswitha (pink)
C - Prince (dark blue)
E - Norway (dark teal)
G - French Grey (heathered gray)
I - Lichen (khaki green)
West Wool Glowhair
B - Glow (yellow)
D - Beatrix (orange)
F - Aquamarine (turquoise)
H - Wellington (dark green)
J - Dutch Sky (light gray)