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Castle Peak Shawl -- PDF knitting pattern

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Castle Peak combines mosaic diamonds with dotted stripes and pebbly texture for a shawl that’s fun to make and to wear. This shawl has an asymmetrical triangular shape. It begins with a few stitches and is worked on the bias to grow toward the opposite edge. Stripes of color divide two sections of mosaic diamonds from bands of garter stitch dashes and plain stockinette. Both sizes begin and end with the same patterning, but differ in the arrangement of the middle section.

This pattern uses mosaic knitting to create its colorful patterns. Mosaic knitting uses only one color of yarn at a time and alternates colors every two rows.

Gauge is not critical for this pattern, but using a different weight yarn or needle size will affect the size of the finished shawl.

53 (60)” / 134.5 (152.5) cm in length and 24 (27)” / 61 (68.5) cm deep at its deepest point

Approximately 840 (955) yds / 768 (873) m of fingering weight yarn in total
MC: 600 (680) yds / 549 (622) m
CC1: 105 (120) yds / 96 (110) m
CC2: 135 (155) yds / 123.5 (142) m

Sample shown in the larger size in Hazel Knits Blueprint (440 yds / 402 m per 100 g; 80% superwash merino, 20% nylon) in Silica (MC), Hoppy Blonde (CC1), and Low Tide (CC2)

US size 3 / 3.25 mm circular needles, at least 40” /100 cm in length

27 sts x 37 rows per 4” / 10 cm in Stockinette Stitch after blocking Exact gauge is not critical but will affect the size of the finished shawl and the amount of yarn needed.

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