Skyhawk by Mary-Ann Lammers


August 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
28 stitches and 42 rows = 4 inches
in Stocking stitch, before blocking.
US 3 - 3.25 mm
1504 - 1509 yards (1375 - 1380 m)
Wingspan 72" , Depth 35"
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Yes, you can knit a triangle in the round (with the right math it’s easy).

I love clean, classic, simple lines and when I saw the “Birdie” packs from Wollmeise yarns I knew I had to design something unique with them.

I thought it would be fun and different to start the triangle design in the centre on double pointed needles. (Magic loop or 2 circulars work well too). From there I spread outwards with simple stitches so that the colours would be the flowing beauty of the design. To keep the feeling of flight and grace I separated the design into wings (flat knitting)…..and Skyhawk was born.

It’s simple enough to adapt this design to any range of colours and any amount of colours. I do suggest 100% wool for the ease of blocking. Any fingering weight can be substituted for the yarns I used. It can affect size and yardage but this is a very adaptable design.

For another version of this design Skyhawk II

Yarns Used:
These yarns can be purchased directly from their site Their prices include VAT so if you are outside of Europe they will take the VAT off at checkout.

You can purchase these yarns at The Loopy Ewe

Wollmeise Pure: 100% Wool, 150 grams /5 oz. 525 m/ 574 yds. Fingering (14 wpi)
-1 skein Natural.

Wollmeise Birdie Pack: 100% Wool , 8 skeins, 30 gr/1 oz. each. 105 m/115 yds. Fingering (14 wpi)
-1 pack Men Knit In Black.
Colours in pack:
Natural, Gloire de Dijon, 13 Al, Mont Blanc, 12 Mg, Im Jahr der Ratte, Maus alt, Schwarz.
You can substitute with other yarn with similar gauge and yardage but it can affect size and yardage required.

4 double pointed needles 3.25 mm/ US 3
3.25 mm/US 3 circular needles up to 100 cm/ 40” in length.
Extra cable or long stitch holder.
1 clip on marker.
3 stitch markers, one being a different colour.
Tapestry needle.

With heartfelt thanks to my fabulous test knitters!*