Ghost of the Moon Mystery KAL by Meghan Jones

Ghost of the Moon Mystery KAL

Knitting
October 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
17 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
US 6 - 4.0 mm
1700 yards (1554 m)
One size
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This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

Clues release at 12 noon Eastern time, join anytime!

See below for links to the clues on the Plymouth Blog with accompanying tutorial The clues are also available for download from Ravelry, click ‘free download’.

FORUMS
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Welcome to the Ghost of the Moon Shawl Mystery Knit along, hosted by Plymouth Yarn Company and Meghan Jones of Little NutMeg Productions. Join me (Meghan) for weekly clues, spooky poems, and helpful tutorials on how to make this beautiful autumn accessory!

Materials Needed:
4-100g skeins of Plymouth Yarn Electra-Lite, sample and tutorials used color #0002 Silver, (this pattern uses a few yards more than 3 skeins, 4 skeins are recommended)

Needles:
1 set US size 6/4mm 32” circular needle (pattern is worked flat, circular needle is required to accommodate the large number of stitches). 6 stitch markers. Tapestry needle, scissors, dpns are optional but nice to have handy.

Gauge:
17 sts / 26 rows = 4 inches after blocking, gauge is not critical but can affect yardage.

Location:
Clues will be available for free on the Plymouth Yarn Magazine and Ravelry as a free download starting October 1st

2019 CLUE SCHEDULE:
CLUE 1: October 1st Darkest Night is now available with a tutorial on the Plymouth Yarn Magazine

In the darkest moment of the night the stage is set for autumn fright! Enjoy this quiet peaceful moment, as soon begins your spooky torment…

CLUE 2: October 8th Starlit Specter is now available with a tutorial on the Plymouth Yarn Magazine

A wraith glides silent on the wind, starlight sparkles through its skin. Are you worried? Did you fright? Keep knitting through this creepy night…

CLUE 3: October 15th Racing Clouds is now available with a tutorial on the Plymouth Yarn Magazine

Now clouds race across the sky, wispy grey and moving high. Blotting out the shining moon, ever darker bringing gloom…

CLUE 4: October 22nd
CLUE 5: October 29th
CLUE 6: November 5th
WRAP UP: November 12th

Update: A great question was posed on Facebook “Does the pattern need 1 color or multi colors” this pattern uses 4 skeins of a single color and works best in a solid like the Electra Lite it was designed in.