The Om Shawl can be worn in a myriad of ways to mirror all of the different facets of your personality, the changing seasons, and the different parts of your day! Drape it around your back and over your arms as a cozy stole, button up the top sides and pull it over your head as a poncho, button half of the side buttons and wrap it twice around your neck like a cowl letting the corners drape down like a triangle shawl. Lay it over your lap for some extra warmth on a cool morning as you sip tea. Button all of the side buttons and use it as a nursing cowl. The options are endless! This worsted weight version of my most popular pattern - the Yoga Shawl - knits up quick, and is a fun and inspiring knit with the changing colors and textures!
Check out this video for different ways to wear the Om & Yoga Shawls!
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Yarn: Worsted Weight: A (MC) - 325 g/ 650 yd; B (CC1), C (CC2), D (CC3) - 75 g/ 150 yd
Suggested Yarn: O-wool Classic Worsted (50 g/1.75 oz; 99 yd/90 m) A (MC) - 7 Skeins Barn Owl; B (CC1) - 2 skeins Coral Reef; C (CC2) - 2 skeins Coast; D (CC3) - 2 skeins Mustard Seed
Needles: Size US 10.5/6.5mm (32in/80cm-40in/100cm circular recommended)
Notions: Scissors, tapestry needle, 19- 7/8” buttons, tapestry needle, and a row counter is highly recommended
Gauge (measured over stockinette stitch after blocking): 16 sts and 22 rows = 4 in/10 cm
Finished Measurements: 28in/71cm x 56in/142cm
Techniques to Indulge In: Knitting, purling, texture, colorwork, buttonholes