Mazama Shawl

This shawl was originally published as part of Twisted’s Shawlette Club in November 2011. Now it’s available to everyone either in our shop or on our webstore!

Designed by Chrissy Gardiner of Gardiner Yarn Works.

This nature-inspired shawlette features three different lace leaf motifs and is named after Mt. Mazama, the ancient mountain that exploded to form southwestern Oregon’s spectacular Crater Lake. Your finished object will be just as stunning!

This design has several fun details: a knit-on border, a subtle swallowtail shape with two points at the bottom edge instead of one, and a small peak at the back of the neck. Worked as written, this petite shawlette uses a single skein of sock yarn. However, it can easily be expanded into a full-size shawl with extra yarn simply by adding additional pattern repeats.

Yarn: 400 yards fingering weight yarn. Sample shown in one skein of Black Trillium Fibre Studios BFL Sock Yarn (100% superwash merino wool; 400 yards/366 meters per 115 gram skein), colorway Portland Rose.
Gauge: 24 st = 4” in stockinette. 24 sts/38 rows = 4″ in body pattern un-blocked.
Needles: US #5/3.75mm circular needle, 24” or longer.
Notions: Stitch markers, tapestry needle.
Skill level: Intermediate.
Size/Finished measurements: 20″ tall x 44″ wide, measured after blocking.

Buy your copy today either in our shop or from our web store for $6.