Issue 5 | Stripes: Slow Exposure Shawl

About the Pattern: 

This is a deceptively simple knit – soothing stocking stitch, with bursts of a moss stitch stripe adding a little excitement. It’s a perfect knit for holidays, knit-nights and long train journeys, and for those times when a spot of comfort-knitting is called for.

The contrast of the purple pop in mohair as particularly effective, or you could use it to showcase that perfect mini skein set, or to make something amazing with all those ends of sock yarn!

𝗗𝗲𝘀𝗶𝗴𝗻𝗲𝗿: Marna Gilligan
𝗣𝗵𝗼𝘁𝗼𝗴𝗿𝗮𝗽𝗵𝘆: Dave Denby Photography

Yarn Used:

  • MC: Banshee Yarns Silky singles: 70% superwash merino wool, 30% silk, 200g/800m – Mist
  • CC: Banshee Yarns Mohair Lace: 72% Kid mohair, 28% silk. 50g/420m – Villanelle

Tools and Notions: 80 cm, or longer circular needle in 4 mm (US 6), or size to obtain gauge, yarn needle.

Finished Measurements: Model shown has a wingspan of 98.5”/250 cm and a depth of 23.5” / 60 cm

​Issue 5 of yarnpeople is available to pre-order on Ravelry for instant download when it goes live. In this issue, celebrating Stripes, you can read the articles in the main ​magazine as well as 12 individual patterns.⁣

We have gone physical with a Print version of the magazine available to be sent direct to your door, with worldwide delivery options.

As always, Happy Crafting!

Babs 

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