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Go Your Own Way Shawl

By: Mary Rose from Knotions
Go Your Own Way Shawl
Go Your Own Way Shawl

" No matter how I try, I can’t help myself. Each time I see a new colorway in a self-striping fingering weight yarn I find I have to buy it. But how many pairs of striped socks does one knitter need? This unique shawl pulls the stripes from some self-striping sock yarn in new directions, letting the colors go their own way, with a single stockinette stitch that winds around the wings and then blends in a neutral to really make those colors pop! -Starting with a Mitered Diamond, wings are added to either side of the piece then the Center Body is knit from the outside in. -Gauge, while not critical, will affect final dimensions and yarn usage. "


Knitting Needle Size2 or 2.75 mm

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • Lion Branch Sock Ease Solids
  • Lion Brand Mani Pedi
  • Removable Stitch Marker
  • Large Eyed Tapestry Needle for weaving in ends

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After reading the pattern, I think this pattern is mis-labeled as easy. It is definitely not an easy pattern. It is way ytoo complicated to be easy.

Have to agree with you on that one, it is definitely mis-labelled as easy, when it is in fact an advanced pattern.


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