Garter stripes and wheat-inspired lace ribs dance across this shawl. Luna Sol is an unusual parallelogram shape that’s easy to work. Depending on how you wrap it, you can play with the two sections, showing more of one colour or the other, making it twice as fun in your wardrobe. Knit from tip-to-tip, the parallelogram-shaped shawl is easy to customize for length. Directions include a note on where to stop and check yarn usage so that you can add/subtract length as needed.
Luna Sol is part of the Flatlands Collection featured at the 2017 Manitoba Fibre Festival. Join us on Ravelry, Facebook, and Instagram (using the hashtag #flatlandscollection) for a KAL. Official FO posts can be made on the Manitoba Fibre Festival forum to qualify for a prize.
- 75″/190cm tip to tip
- 22″/56cm deep
•knit and purl
Lace instructions are both charted and written. A checklist helps you track your progress and lets you know if you’ve worked a section the right number of times. You can check off the boxes as you work in the Adobe Acrobat app on iOS devices. On paper, of course, you can do that, too. :-)
Colour 1: 1 skein Matrix, Hilori’s Magical Yarnorium (420 yd. / 384m per 115g skein); colour shown: After Midnight
Colour 2: 1 skein Matrix, Hilori’s Magical Yarnorium (420 yd. / 384m per 115g skein); colour shown: Harvest Moon
Colour 3: 1 skein Matrix, Hilori’s Magical Yarnorium (420 yd. / 384m per 115g skein); colour shown: Stormin’ the Castle
Approximate Yardage Fingering Weight:
(with a 10% buffer)
Colour 1: 420 yd. / 384m
Colour 2: 420 yd. / 384m
Colour 3: 420 yd. / 384m
after light blocking (soaked and laid flat to dry)
26 sts and 32 rows = 4” / 10cm stockinette
23 sts and 44 rows = 4” / 10cm garter
I’d love to see your progress shots and your final finished wrap! Use #imaginedlandscapesknits and #flatlandscollection on Instagram.
This pattern has been tech edited and test knit.