Oregon Lupine Shawl pattern - by Kat Archer
The Oregon Lupine Shawl is a triangular, neck-down shawl with a center lace panel inspired by Kincaid’s Lupine - the unique, endangered species of lupine that grows wild in western Oregon. Its generous size makes it versatile to wear and helps it stay put on your shoulders or around your neck. Knit it, wear it, and think of flowers and butterflies.
This pattern was originally published as Twisted’s contribution to the 2016 Rose City Yarn Crawl in Portland, Oregon.
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Fingering weight version: Approximately 810 yards/740 meters meters fingering weight yarn. Shown in Blue Moon Fiber Arts Socks That Rock Lightweight (100% Superwash Merino Wool; 405 yards/370 meters per 5.15 ounce/146 gram skein), Blue 4 Ewe.
Sport weight version: Approximately 660 yards/604 meters sport weight yarn. Shown in Blue Moon Fiber Arts Silky Victoria (85% Polwarth, 15% Silk; 695 yards/636 meters per 8.50 ounce/241 gram skein), Leaping Lupine.
Fingering weight: US #4/3.5 mm (or size to obtain gauge) for working flat
Sport weight: US #6/4.0mm (or size to obtain gauge) for working fla
Fingering weight: 24 stitches = 4”/10 cm in stockinette stitch, after blocking
Sport weight: 20 stitches = 4”/10 cm in stockinette stitch, after blocking
Width: 68”/173 cm from tip to tip. Length: 21”/53 cm at center. Measured after blocking.
Advanced beginner (picking up stitches, basic lace)