The Fibre Co. Ingwer PDF -  ()
The Fibre Co. Ingwer PDF -  ()
The Fibre Co. Ingwer PDF -  ()

The Fibre Co. Ingwer PDF

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Looking to spice up your winter wardrobe? Add a dash of slipped stitches, eyelets, and nubbly garter stitch! The mix of textures blend perfectly in Ingwer, which is German for “ginger.” It’s an asymmetrical triangle shawl that features a picot bind off, and can be knit up in a generously snuggly size to keep you toasty. Pick your favorite vibrant shade of The Fiber Co. Cumbria Fingering, a slightly heathered yarn with a plush rustic touch and feel.

This pattern is available as a PDF download.

Finished measurements: 83” wingspan along top edge and 24” width
Yarn: The Fibre Co. Cumbria Fingering (60% merino wool, 30% brown masham wool, 10% mohair; 300m (328yds) per 100g hank); shown in Buttermere; 3 hanks
Needles: US 4 (3.5mm) circular needles
Gauge: 12 sts x 18 rows = 2” x 2” in garter stitch

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Summer Challenge Finished Beautifully!


from Mount Vernon, Ohio


  • Beautiful
  • New Techniques Learned
  • No Mistakes In Pattern
  • Pattern Easy To Follow


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      Comments about THE FIBRE CO. Ingwer PDF:

      I used Berroco Vintage DK Yarn making it slightly heavier than fingering yarn.Ohio winters! This takes a LOT of yarn. Make sure to buy plenty. I used 3 skeins of 100gms and I only had 20 inches let and had to spread out the picot edging so I had enough yarn. Also wish the pattern mentioned that the stripes would turn out wavy,not very obvious in the pictures, thought I was doing something wrong! Otherwise I enjoyed my time knitting this and the jealousy of my friends because I made this one for ME!

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