Spokes by m1 Designs
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April 2014
DK (11 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette Stitch - Crazy Zauberball
US 4 - 3.5 mm
900 - 950 yards (823 - 869 m)
66” / 168cm wide and 28” / 71cm deep
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a shawl for him or her

I like to refer to Spokes as my “wearable hug.” The shaped neck area lets the wings of the shawl wrap around the front of your shoulders to envelop you much the same way a hug does.

With Spokes, I have combined a variety of yarns, colors, and stitch textures to create a very luxurious look and feel while maintaining a slightly masculine appearance. Spokes is the perfect shawl on the coldest days of winter, on those chilly nights in summer, and wind-swept days of autumn.


2 skeins Fleecepicker’s, 115g each,
70% Camel/30% Silk DK color natural,
1 skein Crazy Zauberball color 1660 Flussbett, 100g, 420m/459 yds
2 skeins City Tweed DK color Splash, 50g each, 55% Merino Wool/25% Superfine Alpaca/20% Donegal Tweed Note: It has come to my attention that the color Splash has been discontinued. Other colors that speak to me are Desert Sage, Basil, and lemon Curd.
Actual yarn usage:
MC - Fleecepicker’s - 175g / 600yds
CC1 - Crazy Zauberball - 90g / 415yds
CC2 - City Tweed DK - 70g / 172yds

22 sts and 30 rows = 4” / 10cm using Crazy Zauberball in stockinette st

US 4 / 3.5mm, 32” / 80cm long
US 4 DPNs (optional)

66” / 168cm wide (tip of wing to tip of wing)
28” / 71cm deep

Tapestry or yarn needle, 12 stitch markers, 2 removable stitch markers, and rust-proof pins for blocking

Skill Level: Intermediate
Basic knitting skills, garter stitch, simple color changes, left- and right-leaning increases, picking up stitches, short rows

v3 uploaded April 24, 2014 showing corrections