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Mountain Peaks Shawl

By: Elaine Phillips from ABC Knitting Patterns

With a little patience, you can capture all the colors of a beautiful mountain sunrise in this pretty knit shawl pattern. The Mountain Peaks Shawl features majestic shades of purple, bright oranges, deep reds, and mossy greens all knit together in a gorgeous lace design. This light shawl is a great, year-round layering piece that looks lovely over a long sleeved shirt or draped over a dress. The Mountain Peaks Shawl is a great example of how knitting can capture the natural beauty of our surroundings.


Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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As of row 61 my shawl is only 12 inches long. From 61 on I am having problems as the pattern does not explain what yo2 means. I did yo K2 but the second half of the row does not work. Please help. I am using Norco (as specified) and the tension works so why is my shawl so short. Is there an update. Please help as I am stuck. I am rating this low as I cannot finish the shawl. Cessie

yo2 means that you wrap the yarn twice around the needle, this will give you an elongated stitch on the next row, adding to the length of the stitch and pattern itself. Not sure why you are asking this on this particular pattern, there is no yo2 in the pattern that I can see, mind you its been several years since I made this, so I may just be missing it.

too bad there isnt a crochet pattern for this shawl...

I see that the pattern has not been corrected and you have posted it again!!! Still missing row 16 in the download here. Where is corrected update mentioned in comments from 2012? I would love to knit it when complete pattern is available!

The pattern is complete as written, what appears to be "missing" is your reading skills to complete the pattern. If you go back to the pattern you will see the error you refer to in Row 2 of the pattern. You don't appear to have the time to read the pattern in its entirety, but you seem to have plenty of time to leave all sorts of critical and scathing comments on here, it's too bad that you go out of your way to try to ruin it for the rest of us. Happy knitting.


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