Range by Andrea Mowry


February 2016
Aran (8 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 22 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette Stitch, after blocking
US 8 - 5.0 mm
792 yards (724 m)
One Size (see notes for measurements)
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Inspired by Tolt Yarn and Wool and Hinterland’s beautiful Range yarn, this worsted weight shawl knits up quickly and wraps you up in soft, sturdy warmth. With unique corner-to-corner construction, this asymmetrical triangle shawl is full of texture and a great way to play with color palettes! Go with naturals for a cozy shawl that matches everything, or play with ombres of your favorite hues!! The texture ranges from simple stockinette stitch, to the more interesting (and addicting) brioche stitch! The shawl is finished with a beautiful tweed gradient of all the colors you chose.

Yarn: 4 skeins Worsted Weight in varying colors, at least 112g/198yd each.

Suggested Yarn: Hinterland Range (112g/198yd), 1 skein each of (MC) White, (CC1) Honey, (CC2) Maple, (CC3) Truffle.

Needles: Size US 8/5mm (32in/80cm-40in/100cm circular recommended)

Notions: Scissors, 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: Wingspan - 72in/183cm, Center depth - 30.5in/77.5 cm

Techniques to indulge in: Sideways shawl construction, TEXTURE, two color brioche, color play, slipped stitches, knitting, purling.

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