$5 from every sale of this pattern will be donated to The Wilderness Society, to help protect this beautiful place.
A couple of years ago I had the pleasure of visiting the gorgeous area known as “Indian Creek” in the Bears Ears National Monument. Such a stunning, wild landscape and a place filled with so much cultural and archeological history.
It breaks my heart to read that this spectacular area gets destroyed by uneducated visitors, and even worse that it could be exploited for mining and energy development. We must protect our natural areas and historical treasures for future generations.
Yarn: Two colors of fingering weight yarn.
Color A: Well-suited to variegated or speckled colors; 440 yds (400m) minimum; here shown in Lana Grossa Meilenweit Stile; shown in 8006 (yarn has been discontinued) (75% superwash wool, 25% nylon); 459yds (420m) 100g
Color B: Best in a solid accent color; 400 yds (365m); here shown in Wayfarer shown in Sand Dune (100% pure wool) 382yds (349m) 100g
Gauge is not critical but will affect size and drape of finished shawl, as well as yardage needed.