Firebranch by Liz Washburn


July 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
26 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 3 - 3.25 mm
800 - 1000 yards (732 - 914 m)
one size
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This colorful shawl, knit from the top down, is made up of sections of stockinette, mosaic, and lace. The edging is created by working a simple k2tog, yo repeat and then several rows of stockinette. The edge is then folded at the k2tog, yo row and sewn in place with a simple whip stitch.

The pattern includes instructions for a five-color or three-color shawl.
There are charted instructions for the mosaic and lace sections and written instructions provided for the remaining sections.

Five-Color Shawl
1 Braid - Yarn and Soul Superfine 400 Braids - 1,000 yards Peacock Colorway (contains 5 skeins—200 yards/50 grams each—of Coral, Magenta, Emerald, Tropical Ocean, and Cobalt), 250 grams, 100% Alpaca or 1,000 yards total of fingering weight yarn in five different colors with approximately 200 yards of each color.

Three-Color Shawl
One skein each of Fyberspates Vivacious 4-ply | 365 metres (399 yards) per 100g skein, 100% Merino in 616 Crocus, 624 Heavenly, 620 Grape or 1,000 yards total of fingering weight yarn in three colors.
Note: You will use nearly all of two of the colors but only about 40 grams of the Heavenly colorway.

48” across top of shawl
26” from neck to bottom edge