Diagonal rib stitching contrasted with ribboned stockinette creates a dynamic texture throughout the Compass Shawl. Knit in Hinterland Range, the fabric shows off a subtle contrast in two tones, creating lines and patterns that resemble crests of waves. This shawl is an engaging knit, resulting in a light but cozy layer.
Hinterland Range, [50% Canadian Rambouillet & 50% Alpaca), 198yds/181m, 112g/3.95oz per skein], worsted
2 skeins in MC, shown in Honey, or approx 396yds/362m of worsted weight yarn
1 skein in CC, shown in Snow, or approx 198yds/181m of worsted weight yarn
Note: If using a different yarn than listed above you may require extra yardage. This is due to the uniqueness of the fiber and
5.5mm / US 9 long circular needle
Or size needed to obtain gauge.
15 sts and 27 rows = 4in/10cm in St st
Stitch Markers - 9
Blocking Wires (optional, but recommended)
Approx 80in/203cm wingspan and 35in/89cm deep after blocking.