Down The Road and Back Again Shawl by Megan Williams
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Down The Road and Back Again Shawl

Knitting
June 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in garter
US 5 - 3.75 mm
600 - 900 yards (549 - 823 m)
Wingspan: 60 inches, Depth:16 inches.
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No matter the distance between them, nothing can stop friends from getting together. Much like the iconic Golden Girls’ theme song proclaims. we “travel down the road and back again” to gather with our friends. For annual knitting events, we travel over and over again, year after year, to be with our tribe.

This shawl is inspired by the travels that bring friends together. The design features an easy 4-row repeat creating interlocking arrows. A growing and shrinking garter section creates a biased, crescent U-shape that easily wraps around your shoulders, and stays put. It’s like a hug from a friend at the end of a long trip!

So grab 2 colors, and enjoy the journey as you travel down the road and back again! Or knit one for a special someone to thank them for being a friend!

This pattern is weight-based and can be as large or as small as you decide, based on the amount of yarn used.

FINISHED SIZE:
Size will vary based on amount of yarn used.
Samples used 2 colors in 100g of each color
Wingspan -length along arrow edge: 60 inches
Depth at deepest point: 16 inches.

YARN:
Customize your journey with this weight-based pattern.
Fingering-weight yarn (approximately 400 yards per 100 grams) in 2 colors.

YARN COLORS:
I recommend pairing a solid or tonal colorway with a mini-skein set, variegated, tonal, self-striping, gradient or magic cake!

SKILLS USED: Increases, Decreases, Slipped stitches

This pattern was technically edited and test knit.

PLEASE NOTE: The instructions very conservatively list the turn around point at 40-45% of the yarn used for the risk adverse. You can go as close to 50% as you dare if you enjoy playing yarn chicken! =o)