Feelin' Foxy by Ruth Brasch

Feelin' Foxy

Knitting
January 2019
DK (11 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 38 rows = 4 inches
in Blocked Garter Stitch Worked Flat
US 8 - 5.0 mm
654 yards (598 m)
One Size (67"/170cm Wingspan, 37"/94 cm Depth) with directions to modify
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Have you ever needed a boost of confidence
to take that first step
out your front door?
A little bit of reassurance?
Feelin’ Foxy will have you looking
and feeling
great from the moment you put it on;
The knitting process won’t let you down either.
I see you, you fox!
(yes, you!)
Get ready to start Feelin’ Foxy!


Feelin’ Foxy features an eye catching cable and lace design that will have you feeling confident and chic as soon as you put it on.

The cable and lace pattern will have you running back to your WIP for just one more row. It keeps your mind engaged without being so difficult that it requires your full concentration.

The pattern features large charts and fully written out instructions so you can knit from your preferred style; it is laid out so that you can easily flip back and forth to reference both types of instructions at once.

Test knitters said it was a fast, fun knit you can work on while watching TV or your favorite podcast.

“So much fun to knit… is one in every color too much?” ~Tester


This pattern has been professionally Tech Edited and test knit to ensure accuracy, clarity, and ease of use.


The sample shawl used all but a few yards of the listed yarn. If your gauge is different, or if you just don’t want to engage in a thrilling game of yarn chicken, there are modification instructions included in the pattern!


  • This shawl could easily be worked in thicker or thinner yarn if desired. Be aware that if you use thicker yarn, your shawl will be larger. Conversely, it will be smaller if you use thinner yarn. This also applies to the cable and lace border. It will be narrower in thinner yarn and wider in thicker yarn.
  • If you choose to substitute yarn thickness, make sure you use an appropriate needle size. I’d recommend a US 6 (4.0mm) for fingering weight yarn, a US 10 (6.0mm) for worsted weight, and a US 11 (8.0mm) for bulky weight yarn.
  • If you choose to substitute yarn thickness, you may need more or less yarn than the pattern calls for