Two of Sticks Kiyo Kiyo Shawl PDF
The Kiyo Kiyo Shawl from Two of Sticks is a great shawl project made for travelling, for picking up anytime, anywhere, with barely any pattern to remember. The instructions are just one row, with another row of eyelets you can add wherever you like for spice, the ultimate form of pattern minimalism. All the shaping takes place at the beginning of the row, making it much easier to remember, and the rest just falls into place. Since it’s knit in worsted weight yarn and large needles, this is a project you could start and finish on even a short vacation, and it'll actually keep your shoulders warm.
Kiyo Kiyo Extra Lacy has the same super simple pattern row as the original, but working the Eyelet row much more often in all sorts of interesting configurations with Plain rows. It goes to show how infinitely variable the rows in Kiyo Kiyo can be. Let it inspire you to experiment with your own configurations!
This pattern is available as a PDF download.
Finished Measurements: 18” deep x 80” across
Yarn Requirements: 5 skeins of Noro Silk Garden, shown in color 84
Needle(s): US size 10 (6mm) 40” circular needles
Gauge: about 3 sts = 1” in garter stitch
Finished Measurements: 18” deep x 60” across
Yarn Requirements: 400 yards of a lace weight yarn such as Valley Yarns Hatfield (100% Baby Alpaca; 50g/437yds)
Needle(s): US size 5 (3.75mm) 32” circular needles
Gauge: about 5 sts = 1” in garter stitch, blocked