Margaret Sullivan’s Shawlette
The Portland neighborhood, Sullivan’s Gulch, is named after Timothy Sullivan, who was a world-class traveler until settling in Portland, building his homestead, and inspiring a neighborhood to be named after him. He met his wife, Margaret, in Tasmania in 1841. This shawlette seems the kind of thing a globe-trotting, practical 1800s woman would throw on to head out to tend to the chickens.
Yarn - Shown in Blue Moon Fiber Arts Socks That Rock Lightweight (100% superwash merino wool; 405 yards/370 meters = 155 gram skein), Picot version shown in colorway Gulchtastic, or Mediumweight (100% superwash merino wool; 402 yards/368 meters = 170 gram skein), I-Cord version shown in colorway Potomac.
Notions - Tapestry needle.
Skill level - Advanced Beginner (increasing, yarn overs).