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Pattern Details

A large shawl with a beautiful dropped stitch pattern. The pattern was inspired by the soft light reflecting on waves of the sea. Knitted with Sparrow, the shawl is light enough for protection from the summer sun, while still enjoying the sea breezes. YARN Sport weight yarn Approx 820 yards, 750 m. 5 skeins of Quince & Co. Sparrow (100% organic linen; 168 yards / 154 m, 50g) Sample shown in 202 Birch. NEEDLES A US 3 (3.25 mm) 24”/ 60 cm (or longer) circular needle OR pair of straight needles A US 4 (3.5 mm) 24”/ 60 cm (or longer) circular needle OR pair of straight needles or needle to obtain gauge GAUGE (after blocking) 16 sts and 30 rows = 4” / 10cm in Body Chart with US 3 (3.25 mm) needle SIZES Finished Measurements: 61” / 155 cm long x 231⁄4” / 59 cm wide TOOLS Stitch markers (4+), tapestry needle NOTE Stole is knit flat from end to end. Stitches are increased and then dropped within the fabric to create pattern. Stole is edged on all sides by garter stitch. SKILL 2/5

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Bristol Ivy Designs
Bristol Ivy Designs
Bristol Ivy is mad for fiber and she has been since she was 17! A popular designer, she spends most of her time dreaming up new patterns or teaching knitting around the world. You can find her designs in variety of sought-after publications such as Quince & Co., Twist Collective and Brooklyn Tweed's Wool People. When she's not designing new knitwear, Bristol travels the globe teaching workshops. She loves experiencing the unique creativity each knitter brings to even the most basic of projects, and she tries to encourage that creativity by exploring the "what if" moments of every technique.