Summit by Kaitlyn Rowsom
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Summit

Knitting
September 2018
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette stitch, blocked
US 8 - 5.0 mm
700 - 715 yards (640 - 654 m)
Shawl measures approximately 60 in/152.5 cm in wingspan and 34.5 in/87.5 cm in center depth, blocked.
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The landscape of British Columbia’s backcountry is breathtaking, with many glacial lakes hidden amongst the mountains. SUMMIT was inspired by backcountry hiking, featuring a unique slipped-stitch mountain range and dropped stitch textures. This cozy triangle shawl is a knit that is both eye catching and one that you won’t want to put down.

This pattern has been tech edited by April Ridgeway (@newgrowthknits) and thoroughly tested. Testers have described this pattern as addictive to knit! This pattern has written instructions, but there is also a chart for the mountain section.

MEASUREMENTS
Shawl measures approximately 60 in/152.5 cm in wingspan and 34.5 in/87.5 cm in center depth, blocked.

YARN
Approximately 355.5 yds/325 m of worsted weight yarn in MC (shown in Quince & Co. Owl “Taiga”), 104 yds/95 m in CC1 (shown in Quince & Co. Owl “Abyssinian”), and 246 yds/225 m in CC2 (shown in Quince & Co. Owl “Togian”).

If your gauge is off, you may require additional yarn for the mountains and/or wave sections.

NEEDLES
US 8/5.0 mm 32 in/80 cm (or longer) circular needle. Adjust needle size if needed to obtain gauge.

GAUGE
16 stitches/26 rows = 4 in/10 cm in stockinette stitch, blocked.

NOTIONS
Darning needle, blocking materials, four stitch markers, crochet hook (similar to your needle size), waste yarn for cast on

SOCIAL
Use hashtags #rowsomknits and #summitshawl to share your projects on Instagram! @rowsomknits