The Rainier Shawl is the second pattern in the series inspired by the Pendleton National Park blankets. It’s a Worsted weight top-down triangle shawl. This shawl echoes the bright colors of the blanket and has such a soft fabric courtesy of our oh-so-squishy-and-soft Tod Worsted. Let this fun pattern take you away to Mount Rainier National Park. Happy knitting!
Finished Measurements: 70”/175cm wingspan X 27”/ 67.5cm deep at center spine
Materials: The Lamb & Kid Tod Worsted (65% Yak / 35% Cashmere; 114 yards per 50 grams) 3 skeins MC and 1 skein each of colors CC1 through CC3
Or Worsted/Aran weight yarn in the following amounts: MC: 336 yds/298m CC1: 68 yds/62m CC2: 83 yds/75m CC3: 107 yds/97m
Gauge: 14 stitches and 22 rows=4”/10 cm using Gauge Needle in stockinette stitch, blocked
Suggested Needles: Needles listed are suggested. Always take time to swatch. Gauge Needle: Size US 10, 32” circular needle or longer—or size necessary to obtain gauge Optional: Crochet Hook for finishing in size 6mm/J