Ewin by Melody Hoffmann

Ewin

Knitting
March 2019
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
15 stitches and 21 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette after blocking
US 10 - 6.0 mm
750 yards (686 m)
one size
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Ewin is a simple triangular-shaped shawl that features, in the first section, simple rows of stockinette and a couple of rows of garter stitch. I really wanted to keep things simple with this design, and enjoy the texture of the yarn between my fingers. Less is more!

The second section on the other-hand will require a little bit more attention as the colorwork part is worked on both the right side and the wrong side of the fabric. But there’s nothing complicated here.

Finally a couple more rows of garter stitch, and a very relaxed picot- bind off edging.

That’s it!

As for the yarn, I have used Eco View Fiber Mill’s Haley base, which is 65% Merino, 25% Alpaca and 10% mohair, chunky goodness.

Working with Eco View Fiber Mill has been a wonderful experience as a designer. I have been really touched by their story, and by all the work that they put into developing yarns that are as I have said, sustainable and locally made (in NC/USA). You can read more about them here if you want to.

Yarn
4 skeins of Ecoview Fiber Mill Haley for the MC (shown here in soft ivory) and 1 skein of Haley for the CC (shown here in Black Diamond)
65% Merino (USA), 25% Alpaca (USA), 10% Mohair (USA, Echoview Farm) 115 grams/ 150 yards (137m)
OR about 750 yards (685m) of chunky weight yarn

Needles
US10 (6mm) circular or straight needles

Gauge
15sts and 21rows: 4” (10cm) in stockinette after blocking

Finished measurements
26” (67cm) deep, 53” (135cm) long