Wolf Moon by Catherine Knutsson
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Wolf Moon

Knitting
December 2015
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
US 5 - 3.75 mm
425 - 450 yards (389 - 411 m)
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Wolf Moon is a crescent-shaped shawl featuring a geometric lace pattern inspired by wolf tracks crisscrossing a snow-covered field. Wolf Moon is edged with a ribbed border than can be worked in a twisted rib if desired. The twisted rib gives greater stitch definition, but it does take a little more time. The lace pattern is fun and easy to memorize, and has a great flow. It’s suitable for new-to-lace knitters, though more experienced lace knitters will find it enjoyable to work, too.

The sample shawl is worked in Sweet Fiber’s Sweet Merino Lite (colourway: Luna), and is 60 “ along the top edge, 13” deep, and 72” along the curved edge (152 x 33 x 183 cm). It also features the twisted rib pattern for the shawl border.

Skill level: advanced beginner

Materials: 425-450 yards of fingering weight yarn
3.75 mm (US size 5) knitting needles, straight or circular
tapestry needle for weaving in ends
pins, wires, and mat for blocking
optional: 2 stitch markers for marking increase stitches at the edge of the shawl