'The Forager' shawl
Order 3 skeins of 8 ply yarn in your favorite colours and this pattern. After you order I will send you your pattern promotion code!
Designed by Kylie Hall @Home on 15 Acres in Tasmania.
From Kylie, “Are you ready to explore, to meander, to walk with purpose, to be silent, be loud, to be alone, to be with family, to smile, to laugh, to breathe deeply and relax, to be in the sun, or in the rich fragrant bush, then let’s go foraging, for nuts, fruits, mushrooms, seafood, flowers.
Is there anything more relaxing and rewarding than wandering around in the great
I think some of my fondest childhood memories is picking blackberries on the way
This large asymmetrical triangle shape shawl is inspired by our love of foraging.
There is eight sections and each stitch pattern in these sections is inspired
by something that you need, see, use when foraging.
SIZE Asymmetrical Triangle shape:
Measurements taken while on blocking mats. They may vary slightly.
Longest edge: 203cm/80”
Second side: 160cm/63”
Cast off Edge: 96cm/38”
GAUGE I am not big on gauge swatching for shawls, for me it’s the drape of the shawl
that is important. That said the gauge for this using 5mm needles, in blocked
garter stitch (measured while on blocking mat) is: 24 sts x 26 rows.
NEEDLES AND NOTIONS 5mm / US #8 (or as required to meet gauge), 32” cord.
X1 progress keeper and stitch markers, Ruler to measure gauge, Tapestry needle
YARN 3 skeins of DK/8ply yarn.”