Stollen Shawlen by Victoria Myers

Stollen Shawlen

December 2020
both are used in this pattern
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
21 stitches = 4 inches
in Slip stitch pattern. Exact gauge is relatively unimportant for this shawl
US 10 - 6.0 mm
580 - 1000 yards (530 - 914 m)
Small 60” Wingspan x 24” maximum depth, blocked, Large 74” Wingspan x 30” maximum depth, blocked
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Happy New Year! Our newest kit - the Stollen Shawlen was accidentally inspired by watching WAY too many hours of Bake-off. As I was knitting this, I looked up and saw Kate’s New Year’s Stollen - then looked down and realized I was kind of knitting it! I’m sure it won’t be as tasty as hers, but the combo of the yarns and the fun, easy stitch pattern is certainly yummy!

The Stollen Shawlen uses Juniper Moon Stargazer Brushed which give the shawl a light, super soft feel and Noro Kureopatora with its gorgeous long color repeats for a perfect blend! Both of these yarns also have incredible yardage so that you can actually get a reasonable size shawl out of just 1 of each (the small kit) which should measure 60” wingspan and 24” at its maximum depth. You can also choose the large kit and get two balls of each and have a big, snuggly wrap up in 74” (or longer) wingspan!

This pattern will be free for the first 1000 downloads with code FREESTOLL and free with purchase of any of my other patterns (put both into your cart before using the code)and code FREESTOLLEN for one week.

1 (2) Ball Juniper Moon Farm Stargazer Brushed (100 grams, 284 yards) – find kits at = C1
1 (2) Ball Noro Kureopatora (100 grams, 295 yards) – find kits at = C2
Size US 10 (6mm) 32” Circular
Darning needle for weaving in ends

21 sts = 4”, slip stitch pattern, exact gauge is relatively unimportant for this shawl, but your shawl may be slightly bigger or smaller if your gauge is different

Small 60” Wingspan x 24” maximum depth, blocked
Large 74” Wingspan x 30” maximum depth, blocked