Cowgirls get ready to round up those stitches! Worked from the outside in, this design corrals stitches into a fun shawl/ scarf design. So kick off those boots, grab your favorite DK weight yarn, and wrangle some stitchin’ fun.
The tech edited and test knit pattern includes written directions, a work flow schematic, and a chart.
Length along outer edge: 43”/ 109cm. Length along inner edge: 31”/ 79cm. Depth (with picots) 9.25”/ 23.5cm.
495 yds/ 453 m DK weight yarn – see note
US 6/ 4mm circular needles (to accommodate many stitches; piece is worked flat)
1 stitch marker
- Pink sample used 2 skeins of Araucania Ruca Multy
Color: 13 Red, Sky, Beige; 100% sugar cane from socially responsible yarn co.; 263 yds/ 240 m per 100 g/ 3.53 oz
- Cream sample used 3 skeins of Malabrigo Silky Merino
Color: 877 Queguay; 51% silk, 49% merino from eco yarn co.; 150 yds/ 137 m per 50 g/ 1.76 oz
Malabrigo sample knit by Erin Dorn and photographed by Erin Dorn at Meadow View Growers
20 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches.
- Each sampled used exactly 450 yds/ 411 m of DK weight yarn. Recommended materials includes a 10% buffer to prevent yarn chicken situations.
- BOWT is simply a wrapped stitch that slips over the next wrapped stitch to bind off 1 stitch. The wraps remain in place
adding much needed structure to the drapey cellulose yarn and extra firmness to the structured animal-fiber yarn.