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Okeeffe Shawl


Product Description

Short Description: This asymmetrical triangle shaped shawl features five colors of yarn worked into a beautiful angular gradated motif through the use of short rows and stripes. The shawl is worked in easy, elegant garter stitch, and features rows of eyelets between color changes, adding a bit of rhythm and interest. The pattern changes with every new section of color, making this a fun, irresistible knit that you won’t want to put down.

This design honors artist Georgia O’keeffe (1887-1986), the “Mother of American Modernism”, and is inspired by her iconic simplified landscapes and floral painting. The beautiful gradient yarn colorway used in this pattern is a collaboration with Alice O'Reilly, talented yarn dyer and owner of Backyard Fiberworks, where kits are available for purchase.

Gauge: Blocked: 17 sts and 42 rows = 4” in garter stitch Pre-blocked: 24 sts and 44 rows = 4” in garter stitch

Finished Measurements: Approximately 79” at widest point, and 33” length

Materials Used: Fingering (#1 superfine) Backyard Fiberworks Sock (100% superwash merino wool; 200yd/50g hank):

  • Color A Teal, 1 hank, about 19 yards
  • Color B Aqua, 1 hank, about 73 yards
  • Color C Cream, 1 hank, about 134 yards
  • Color D Peach, 1 hank, about 192 yards
  • Color E Pink, 1 hank, about 128 yards

Needle Size: U.S. Size 6 (4 mm) (suggest at least 24” circular needles to accommodate large number of stitches)

Pattern Includes: Written directions, links for pattern support and video tutorials that explain basic techniques, 4 pictures

Skill Level: Intermediate

Other Details: Original design by Alexis Winslow

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Minimum Purchase:
3 unit(s)

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