Through deserts dry
and mountains high,
past snow and ice
and deep blue skies,
We travel on,
starting at dawn,
on paths that take us further west,
‘cross passes high, ere we may rest.
Instructions for the shawls in the Wayfarer path are available both charted and written (line by line)
Striking top down crescent shaped shawl alternates lace sections with a garter and eyelet pattern.
The garter ridges add warmth and substance for your trip over the high mountains and the lace, inspired by snowcapped summits and frost adds an element of lightness.
All wrong side rows are rest rows, making for a relaxing yet satisfying knit.
Bijou Basin Ranch Lhasa Wilderness (75% Yak down,
25% Bamboo; 250 yards / 228 m per 2.7 oz skein)
1 skein each in Sassenach (color A), Jacobite (color B)
and Skye (color C)
Sport weight yarn, 250 yds/ 229 m each, color A, B, C
US 6 (4 mm) min 32”/ 80cm circular needle to hold
large number of stitches, or size to obtain gauge
18 st and 32 rows = 4” / 10 cm in stockinette st
65”/ 165 cm wingspan tip to tip, 16”/ 40 cm center
Along with the Wayfarer path of the Silk Road shawl club come a host of exclusive features to help you learn new skills and make the most of this journey:
Private forums on my website
Tutorials specific to the shawls featured in the Silk Road Wayfarer path, for example learning to work from charts, with incremental steps and worksheets
all pattern in the Wayfarer path come charted and written
a discount code for 10% off any of my self published patterns and e-books on Ravelry, until the end of the year!
and private video hang outs with me, exclusive to all club members!