Carrigain Shawl Knitting Pattern - Digital Download

Ana Campos


$ 6.00




Mount Carrigain is part of the White Mountains, the most rugged mountain range in New England.

The design of this shawl was inspired by the concept of layering - of mountains fading into the background, of getting lost in the trees, and snow falling through the branches.

In an effort to both reflect the efforts that go into designing knitwear and increasing accessibility to patterns for all audiences, I am offering a full price tier and a discounted tier for those who need more accessible pricing. 

YARN
C1: Toil & Trouble Sonnet Sport in "Smoke Signals," 2 skeins
C2: Toil & Trouble Sonnet Sport in "Seaglass," 1 skein

SKILLS:
Garter tab cast on
Knitting, purling
Slipping stitches
Mirrored increases

GAUGE:
22 stitches x 34 rows = 4" in stockinette before blocking

SUGGESTED NEEDLE SIZE:
US5 32" circular or longer

 


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