The Scappoose-Vernonia Highway between Twisted and Blue Moon is a long and winding road, in a beautiful part of Oregon. You travel past farms and homesteads and up and down rolling hills. It's really quite refreshing and inspiring. The idea for this shawlette first came to me as I drove that road, heading home with one of the first skeins of BFL Fingering that Tina dyed. Once I stopped driving and got started knitting, this simple yet geometric pattern just kind of knitted itself. The asymmetric shawlette is very wearable, and it's an easy pattern to adjust, size-wise.
24 stitches = 4" in stockinette stitch.
400 yards of Fingering weight
I'm a local yarn shop owner, mother of two and all around crafty chica in Portland, Oregon. Check out my shop, Twisted, in person and online (www.twistedpdx.com), and make sure to check out our pattern line, as well.