This crocheted, triangular, neck-down shawl celebrates moss - drizzly Oregon’s omnipresent mainstay. A variety of v-stitch patterns combine to emulate the texture of moss and the soft, serene, yet vibrantly alive atmosphere it lends to wooded places on a grey spring day.
Socks That Rock Lightweight is a 3-ply, tightly plied, high grade superwash merino and is dyed by a woman-owned small business in Oregon. It is a well-rounded yarn, which is great for stitch definition, and it has tremendous bounce. Sample shown in colorway Mossy Plaid.
Oregon Moss Crochet Shawl by Megan Parrish for Twisted
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Fingering weight: 17 stitches = 4”/10 cm in double crochet, after blocking. While exact gauge is not vital for this pattern, it will affect finished measurements and yarn usage. Most importantly, aim for a fabric that is open and drapey.
Finished size is largely up to individual preference. As shown it is: Width: 50”/127 cm from tip to tip. Length: 22”/56 cm at center. Measured after blocking.
This shawl is started at the nape of the neck and increased on either side of a central spine to form a triangular shape.
Socks That Rock Lightweight is the fingering-weight version of Blue Moon's signature sock yarn - yep it's as amazing as you've heard. It is a 3-ply, tightly plied, high grade superwash merino and is dyed by a woman-owned small business in Oregon.
The 3-plies make it a well-rounded yarn, which is great for stitch definition, and it has tremendous bounce. BMFA calls it lightweight instead of fingering-weight because of the elasticity, which makes it springier and loftier than your average fingering weight yarn.
Images may show more than one skein to give a sense of color variation and patterning. Ordering a quantity of 1 kit means you will receive 1 hank of yarn.
Fiber: 100% SuperwashMerino Weight: Extra Springy Fingering Length: 405 y / 370 m Put Up: 5.15 oz / 146 ghank Care: Machine wash cold, delicate. Lay flat to dry Dyed in Oregon
This yarn is dyed by hand and will vary from skein to skein and batch to batch. Each one is an unique work of art full of subtle variation and beauty, so your skein will differ from the one pictured. To achieve the most even possible color distribution, consider alternating skeins while working your project.
Please buy enough for your entire project all at once. We will do our best to select skeins from the same dye lot or, if there is no dye lot, skeins that visually match. If you add multiple skeins of the same yarn to your cart you'll be prompted at checkout to select how to proceed if we have concerns about skeins matching.
While colors shown are accurate to the best of our ability, computer monitors and dye lots both vary so the skeins you receive may differ from what is shown.