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Shawl Together Now
Shawl Together Now
Shawl Together Now
Shawl Together Now
Shawl Together Now
Shawl Together Now
Shawl Together Now
Shawl Together Now
Shawl Together Now
Shawl Together Now
Shawl Together Now
Shawl Together Now
Shawl Together Now
Shawl Together Now
Shawl Together Now
Shawl Together Now
Shawl Together Now
Shawl Together Now

Shawl Together Now

$8.00

The Shawl Together Now uses a simple 1x1 chart for stash-friendly stranded colorwork. This pattern is knit flat, from the top down, ending with twisted ribbing. Yarn over increases occur along both edges, and M1 increases occur along the center spine.

With short floats and easy to memorize repeats, this makes a great first colorwork shawl!

Size(s)
Small (Medium, Large)
Sample is size medium, using 3 contrast colors.

Finished Measurements
Height: 21.5 (26, 30.5) in 54.6 (66, 77.5) cm
Width: 65 (76, 87) in 165 (193, 221) cm

Pattern Modifications section includes optional adjustments.

Suggested Yarn(s)
2 (2, 3) skeins of DK weight yarn, and up to 9 (11, 13) colors of leftover, stash, or scrap yarns.

Hedgehog Fibers – Tweedy DK
Sample: Tweedy Noir (black)
50% Falkland Merino Wool, 37.5 Recycled Wool, 12.5% Thread Waste, 100g 251 yards 230 m

Green Letter Day – Merino DK
Sample: Ampersand (tan), White Oleander (white), and Outlander (gold)
100% SW Merino (4 ply), 115g, 250 yards 228 m

Approx. Yardage
Exact yardage will depend on size, gauge, color choices. Yardage listed is based on the sample knit.

  • Main Color (black): 350 (500, 650) yds 320 (457, 594) m Contrast Color 1 (tan): 115 (150, 225) yards 105 (137, 205) m
  • Contrast Color 2 (white): 115 (150, 225) yards 105 (137, 205) m
  • Contrast Color 3 (gold): 90 (125, 175) yards 82 (114, 160) m

Suggested Needles
US 7/4.5 mm or size needed to obtain gauge
32 or 40 in 80 or 100 cm circular needles
Optional: US 5/3.75 mm for ribbing

Gauge
22 sts and 28 rows per 4 in 10 cm
Gauge is in colorwork after blocking

Notions
(4) Stitch markers, scissors, tapestry needle

Please share your progress and finished projects using #ShawlTogetherNow and @pnw_knitdesign. Happy knitting!