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Carla Wolff

Rossland in the Springtime Shawl - Knitting Pattern

Rossland in the Springtime Shawl - Knitting Pattern

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This is a digital download version of the pattern, a printed copy is not included. This pattern is also available bundled with curated yarn sets for extra savings—have a look here.

About the Pattern

By Carla Wolff

This pattern is for a large shawl but can be made smaller by simply stopping at the desired size.

Finished Size: 213 cm (84”) wingspan and 81 cm (32”) at its deepest.

Yarn:       Sport weight (CYC Fine). Requires 4 skeins: 2 of main colour and 1 each of secondary colours. Use Fingering weight (CYC Super Fine) for a lighter shawl or DK weight (CYC Light) for a heavier knit.

Needles: 4 mm  (US Size 6), 100 cm (40”) Circular needles.
Notions: Stitch markers, tapestry needle, blocking tools.

Needles can be found in our Knitting & Crochet section if you don’t have the right ones!



About the Shawl

Carla, originally from Saskatoon and currently living in the Ottawa area, settled on Rossland in the Springtime as the name for this shawl for two reasons. Firstly, it is reflective of the natural beauty of the mountains, the glaciers, the waters feeding from those glaciers and the ecosystem that rises up because of that fresh water. Secondly, Rossland has come up in so many conversations over the years with friends in Saskatchewan, who always speak of the great skiing and the beautiful camping in Rossland/Red Mountain. This led to Carla and her husband making a pact with their friends to retire in Rossland. Carla’s husband still has an important job in Ottawa and their friends haven't yet fully committed to their empty nest status, so the pact is yet to be fulfilled!.

Rossland in the Springtime is a three-colour, triangle-shaped shawl, worked from the bottom up. It incorporates textures and stripes. This is a simple knit, with limitless colour combinations as variable as the mountain landscape itself.

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