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Ripple Effect Shawl

by Reywa Fibers

This lovely wrap celebrates the timeless beauty of gorgeous fiber and traditional knitting. We have a thing for traditional lace patterns here at Reywa, and fell instantly in love with the classic Shetland stitching used in this pattern. The lace panel is knit first like a scarf, then shaped into a shawl with short rows.

(Photo Credit: Karisa Joy Photography)

Yarn: Two skeins Reywa Fibers’ Harmony (50% yak down, 50% wool). Sample shown in Slipper Orchid.

Needles: US 4 or size needed for desired effect.

Gauge: Not critical as long as you like the effect of your own gauge! Gauge in sample was 10 stitches / 2 inches in stockinette.

 
 Photo Credit: Karisa Joy Photography

Photo Credit: Karisa Joy Photography

 Photo Credit: Karisa Joy Photography

Photo Credit: Karisa Joy Photography

 Photo Credit: Karisa Joy Photography

Photo Credit: Karisa Joy Photography

 Photo Credit: Karisa Joy Photography

Photo Credit: Karisa Joy Photography