Sugar Creek Shawl by Ama Marie

Sugar Creek Shawl

July 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
25 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
in pattern stitch
US 4 - 3.5 mm
800 - 950 yards (732 - 869 m)
60" / 152 cm across the top, 40" / 101 cm down each side
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Sugar Creek is a fast 90-mile river, edged with sugar maples, and is generally thought to be the most beautiful stream in Indiana. Mimicking its namesake’s current, the Sugar Creek Shawl is a top down triangle, knit with waves of texture that hit against coastal garter bands with a clean I-cord edge. Beautiful worked in 1 color or 2, and with solid or painted yarns.

60” / 152 cm across the top
40” / 101 cm down each side

750-950 yards of fingering weight, depending on your yarn.

Sugar Creek was inspired by and originally created using 950 yards of Sweet Fiber Yarn’s 100% merino singles Sweet Merino Lite in ‘West Coast Wonder’.

Tester created 2 color version using a total of 750 yards (MC: 500 yards, CC: 250 yards) in ColourMart’s Cashmere/Merino 3/15NM fingering wt 10/90 and 4 ply extra fine merino.

25 sts and 26 rows per 4” / 10 cm in pattern stitch. Gauge is not too important for a successful project, but will affect final yardage and size.

Pattern Notes
Pattern has been tested, is fully charted along with written instructions, and includes links to videos explaining necessary techniques.

This pattern has been tech edited and test knit.