Washington Park Shawl by Debbi Stone
Washington Park is an iconic place in the city of Portland. Within the boundaries of the park there are many wonderful things including The Hoyt Arboretum, The Japanese Garden, The International Rose Test Gardens, The World Forestry Center and many more. Travel with the designer, as through knitting stitches, you’ll explore this fascinating place.
This year’s mystery shawl was worked in two colors in a half pi shape, worked from the center neck down. The finished shawl measures (approximately) 60” wide by 17” deep.
Yarn: Two coordinating colors, 400 yards each.
Rose Trellis Shawlette by Darla J. Fanton
This lovely crescent shaped shawlette is worked vertically, starting at the center back. Whether you decide to work the body of the shawlette in a two-color stripe pattern or all in one color, you’re sure to enjoy creating this lightweight lace wrap.
Version 1: 445 yards main color; 285 yards contrast color.
Version 2: 405 yards in each of two colors.