Bonfire Shawl ~ Handspun Hope Edition Pattern
Meet the Bonfire Shawl, a forever favorite pattern designed by Annie Lupton back in 2018! In this updated version, lighter gauge yarns are used with a slightly different stitch pattern. The vibe is still the same even with a few small changes. This is such a beautiful shawl, exhibiting the most perfect crescent shape and drape when worn!
We have long been fans of Handspun Hope, a collective that provides holistic support to women in Rwanda through job creation, community building and counseling. We are excited to bring you this special collab featuring their naturally-dyed worsted Merino yarn! Scoop up their yarn on the Handspun Hope Website here.
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Skill Level: Beginner to Intermediate Knitter
Center Depth - 15” / 37.5 cm
Length (from center point to widest part/edge) - 25” / 62.5 cm
9 sts and 19 rows = 4” / 10 cm in MC1, wet blocked
8 sts and 12 rows = 4” / 10 cm in MC2, wet blocked
Note: The gauges of each yarn will vary slightly and that is ok.
Main Color 1 (MC1): 2 skeins Handspun Hope Organic Merino Wool Worsted (100% wool; approx. 123 yds (121 m) / 100 g)
Main Color 2 (MC2): 1 skein Knit Collage Serenity (85% wool / 15% nylon; approx. 123 yds (121 m) / 100 g)
Contrast Color (CC): 2 skeins Knit Collage Daisy Chain (95% wool / 4% silk / 1% polyester; approx. 60 yds (55 m) / 100 g)
Sample 1 is shown in Handspun Hope Logwood, Serenity Ice Green, and Daisy Chain Sea Siren
Sample 2 is shown in Handspun Hope Voca Peach, Serenity Parchment Heather, and Daisy Chain Peony Pink.
Pattern Designer: Annie Lupton of Boho Chic Fiber Co
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