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Solus is a “one-skein wonder” for those larger, single skeins of sport, dk or worsted weight that seem to linger in my stash. I find that I can’t resist the color, (especially those one-of-a-kind colorways), so I’ll end up with one lone skein that’s too little yardage for a sweater and too much for a shawl. This pattern is a quick-knit and is easily adjusted based upon available yardage. The modified knit one, purl one stitch pattern coupled with simple garter stitch makes for a lovely textured and cozy shawl, and a touch of lace adds elegance and drape. The lace section is both written and charted. The resulting fabric works with both variegated and semi-solid skeins and is reversible. So dig in your stash, pick your skein and knit away!

Finished Measurements
Yowza Shawl: 21” at deepest point by 70” along neckline
Brigantia Shawl: 23” at deepest point by 78” along neckline

21 sts and 40 rows = 4” in Garter Stitch
The gauge provided is based on light worsted weight yarn using a US 6.00 needle. A slight variance in gauge is acceptable when using a lighter weight yarn.

Minimum of 525 yards of sport, dk or worsted weight.

Red-Variegated Shawl shown in Miss Babs’ Yowza in the Wild Iris colorway Hugs and Kisses.

Violet Shawl shown in Spirit Trail Fiberworks Brigantia in the colorway Elizabeth’s Eyes.

One US 6 (4.00 mm) 32-inch circular needle

Tapestry needle
You will get a PDF (683KB) file

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