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Urban Festival - A Pattern from Yarnison Designs

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This listing is for a digital pattern download of the Urban Festival pattern from Yarnison Designs.

About The Pattern, In The Designer's Words
This shawl is a mash-up of Louise Tilbrook’s Fuss Free Festival Shawl (FFFS) and Yarnison’s Urban Hero Shawl.

The pattern is super simple, very memorable, and can harness the wildest colours. You’ll use a couple of techniques to create the wedges and the edging – German short rows and i-cords. The pattern talks you through both and they are very easy to learn. As with the FFFS, you can keep knitting as long as you want, saving enough yarn for the edging as instructed, and it will easily adapt to any gauge or weight that takes your fancy.

You will need two contrasting skeins, and to achieve the dimensions of the sample, these would be 100g skeins of fingering/4ply yarn (approximately 420m/460yd each).

Needles and Notions
4mm (US size 6) circular needles (at least 60cm / 24in cable)
4mm double pointed needles (only 2 needed)
Stitch markers (optional)

Gauge is not important for this shawl, but the sample is 23 sts x 24 rows = 10cm/4in over stocking stitch, blocked.
The size will vary depending on available yardage and yarn weight, but the sample measures
Inner edge: 188cm / 74in Outer edge: 292cm / 115in Bind off edge: 79cm / 31in

This pattern has been tech edited by James Bartley and test knitted by Catherine Aspinall, Louise Tilbrook and Heather Eyre


    How It Works
    The pattern will be sent to your email address that you use to place your order. 

    About The Designer

    I’m Jane and I am a knitwear designer based in Manchester, UK. I believe that knitting is a creative collaboration between maker, designer and yarn dyer. I have released several successful patterns which adhere to this ethos. I spend the rest of my time working as a user experience designer for charities and social enterprises.