Spread Your Wings Pattern - Digital Download
by Sharyn Anhalt, GingerSnap Designs and Beverly Mazzarella
The inspiration for this shawl was to provide a clean, simple design ripe for your personal interpretation, while also giving you a few ideas on how to make the design your own. The result is two patterns; the first (shown in teal/green/gold) for those who like clean, simple design and instruction (and a bit of mindless knitting) and the second (shown in tan with jewel tones) for those who are ready to spread your wings and add a little personality to your shawl. Of course, you could pick and choose details to incorporate as you like, too. No matter what you do, the Berroco yarns chosen for this design will result in gorgeous color and soft fabric with plenty of drape.
The versions are written out separately as two patterns so they are easier to follow, but they are identical in size and shaping. The differences lie in how color is used, the addition of eyelet rows for a lace effect, and a picot edge bind off. Suitable for beginner to intermediate knitters.Finished size for both versions is 21” deep and 76” wide. Pattern requires 1 ball of Berroco Remix Light and 2 balls of Berroco Medina. A link to download this pattern will be emailed to you after completing checkout.
Yarn A: Berroco Remix Light, one 100 gram ball (sample shown in color Pool 6977 (teal version) or color Almond 6903 (tan version).
Yarn B: Berroco Medina, two 50 gram balls (sample shown in color Sousse 4769 (teal version) or color Oran 4767 (tan version).
Circular needle, 32” US size 7, or size needed for gauge
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