A shawl is a many splendored thing: Short, long, triangular, rectangular, or crescent; light and lacy or substantial and cozy. Heriot belongs in the latter category. This generous, crescent-shaped shawl is worked from a garter tab that runs from the the neck to the ribbed border. Stone Wool Corriedale is perfect for this kind of shawl. Its plush and round strand loves garter stitch, rib variations, any and all knit-and-purl textures.
84” [213.5 cm] wingspan and 14½” [37 cm] deep at center
Stone Wool Corriedale
(100% Corriedale wool; approx 165 yds [150 m] / 113 g skein)
3 skeins Rye 02
Approx 495 yd [455 m]
40” circular needle in size US 10½ [6.5 mm]
• Locking stitch marker or safety pin
• Tapestry needle
13 sts and 28 rows = 4” [10 cm] in garter stitch
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