Stone Ridge Shawl                                                 $5.00


Inspiration for this design is derived from the sense of order that results from stacked stones that highlight the natural contours of a rural landscape.  This shawl includes three easy to remember stitch patterns.  The orderly eyelet edge borders a gently curved garter stitch main section.  This “field” of garter fabric is further contained by a smooth I-cord edge.  Knit in rows from tip to tip, increases and decreases not only shape the main body but also create a subtle scalloped edge in the eyelet section.  This method of construction allows for yarn choice flexibility.  Upon reaching the middle, use 51% of the yarn to complete the entire decrease section.  Also choose a needle size that is large enough to achieve open eyelets and a drapey fabric.

Dimension:  approximately 13" at center and 63" from tip to tip (after blocking)

Yarn:  430 yards of fingering weight.

In Photo:  Wool Tree Yarn, Marigold & Madder, 70% Superwash Merino, 30% Silk, 100 grams, 438 yards, 1 skein.  Note - Wool Tree Yarn is kettle dyed with natural ingredients by fiber artist Casey Galloway for Lucky Ewe Yarn in New Braunfels, Texas.

Needle:  US 6

Other:  2 stitch markers