Artefact by Kyle Vey

Artefact

Knitting
October 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 3 - 3.25 mm
US 8 - 5.0 mm
750 - 850 yards (686 - 777 m)
1
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Hi Folks!

Thanks for checking out the Artefact shawl! This large shawl is a relaxing knit composed of a few different techniques. Slipping stitches while alternating colors creates long, smooth vertical lines. These lines then extend into textured, ribbed columns followed by a lattice of raised and crossed stitches. This shawl is a great opportunity to show off two complimentary colors you’ve been saving for something special. It knits up fast and is a perfect project to work on while multi-tasking. Whether you are knitting it for yourself, a friend, or a family member, the future recipient is bound to love it!

Here’s a quick summary of the pattern based on the original sample:
Dimensions:
--84 in (213 cm) in length
--18 in (46 cm) wide at thickest point
Yarn Requirements:
--Around 800 yards of fingering weight yarn used in the sample shown
--Designed for 2 colors (solid, tonal, variegated, you pick!), but feel free to mix it up
Needles:
--5.00 mm (US 8)
--3.25 mm (US 3) circular needles
Gauge:
--Sections A, C, D, &E: 24 sts by 88 rows = 4 in by 4 in (10 cm by 10 cm) in stockinette stitch after blocking lightly
--Sections B & F: 24 sts by 40 rows = 4 in by 4 in (10 cm by 10 cm) in ktbl/ptbl ribbing after blocking lightly
Other Materials:
--tapestry needle to weave in ends
--cable needle (optional)

Questions? Comments? Suggestions? Reach out! I’ll do my best to respond back as quickly as I can. If I don’t get back to you right away, please forgive me! I probably have my nose buried in a book for grad school.

I’d like to give Artisanthropy a special shout-out for providing the yarn for the design! If you are ever in Cobourg, Ontario, check out this cute little shop downtown. They have a great selection of yarn, including the Black Lamb brand shown here.