Epiphany Shawl #2 & #3 by Jodi Clayton

Epiphany Shawl #2 & #3

September 2020
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in Garter Stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
430 yards (393 m)
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This is the second pattern in my Epiphany series and offers a single pattern worked in two different ways. Knitting always offers me a chance to learn and play, and sometimes there is an epiphany too.

This shawl is worked from the top down, with increases at each side on every row and yarn over increases along the spine every other row. This creates a shawl with a nice wingspan and good shoulder coverage. The lace section is set at the bottom, and you are free to adjust the proportions of the lace to suit your own sense of beauty. In the first version (Epiphany #2), the shawl is worked in garter stitch until the lace panel. The second version (Epiphany #3) is worked in stockinette. Proportions and drape will change depending on which version you knit, but both are designed for approximately 430 yards of fingering weight yarn. As with many shawl patterns, you are welcome to choose heavier yarns, simply note that yardage needs will change.

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

1 skein Eastport from Maine Yarn & Fiber Supply (~430 yards/4 oz, 80% Merino Wool/20% silk, fingering weight)
1 U.S. size 5 or 6 circular needle for the body, 32-49”
1 U.S. size 8 for the bindoff (optional)
4 Stitch markers
Darning needle or crochet hook for weaving ends

20 sts & 32 rows per 4”, Garter Stitch
20 sts & 30 rows per 4”, Stockinette Stitch


CO: Cast on
K: Knit
P: Purl
Stst: Stockinette Stitch
St(s): Stitch(es)
KFB: Knit front & back
K2tog: Knit 2 together
YO: Yarn over
BO: Bind off
M: Marker
SM: Slip marker
Sl1: Slip 1 stitch
WS: Wrong side
RS: Right Side