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Bryce Canyon Shawl


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  • Cables

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Bryce Canyon is probably my favorite of the national parks. Growing up my family would go on annual camping trips all over the place and Bryce was always one of my favorite stops. A shawl inspired by this beautiful place had to be first on my list. :) This shawl is worked in one piece and features a cable and lace pattern that is worked in a center panel bordered by stockinette side panels. The whole shawl is finished off in a cable/lace border. This is the first shawl in my new four-shawl collection that will be released one at a time between November 2012 and January 2013. There will be four shawls inspired by U.S. National Parks that I visited growing up. This collection is going to cost 1 dollar more than my other collection because 1 dollar from each sale will be donated to The collection is available for purchase via my blog at or via Ravlery, only individual patterns will be available on Craftsy. All shawl patterns in the collection will include both charted and written instructions. Schematics of measurements can be viewed in the pattern photos on the pattern profiles. NOTE: If you buy the patterns individually they will be $4.50 each, you will not get discounts or credits given towards the eBook purchase price after purchasing individual patterns. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY basic cables picking up stitches increases/decreases SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS see schematic in the photos for my project page for this SUGGESTED YARN 400 yards of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Dream in Color Smooshy with Cashmere COLORWAY Chinatown Apple

Supplies Needed

  • 1 skein fingering weight sock yarn
  • US size 6 needles

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Verybusymonkey Designs
I've been crafting since forever, knitting fanatically since about 2006 and designing since 2008. When not knitting, I teach university students about primates and play with my horses.