Leoma shawl knitting pattern
The Leoma shawl is a small but substantial shawl that’s perfect for layering up in transitional weather or cooler evenings. The shadowy, slightly irregular stripes are inspired by sunlight slanting through a canopy of trees.
A small number of stitches is cast on to start at one point, and increases are worked along one edge for a triangular shawl. The shawl is designed to use two 50 gram skeins of the main colour, and one skein of the contrast colour. The Fibre Co. Luma is a soft DK yarn with amazing drape that perfectly highlights the textured stitches. A yarn with good weight and drape allows the shawl to sit nicely on the shoulders.
Hypotenuse: 142 cm / 56”, shortest edge: 90 cm / 36”, other edge: 112 cm / 44”
Yarn: The Fibre Company Luma (DK weight; 50% Merino wool 25% cotton 15% linen 10% silk; 125 m / 137 yds per 50 g skein)
MC: 2 skeins (shown in Blue Dusk) 100 g – 250 m / 274 yds
CC: 1 skein (shown in Goldenmosa) 50 g – 125 m / 137 yds
Note: yarn requirements do not include buffer amounts. At the end of the pattern you can work more or fewer rows to accommodate the amount of yarn you have left.
Gauge: 18 sts and 28 rows = 10 cm / 4” in moss stitch, worked flat, after blocking
4 mm / US 6 circular needle, 80 cm / 32” length (or size required to obtain correct gauge)
Notions: Darning needle for sewing in ends.