The Weathered Shawl was designed by Tif Neilan (@tifneilan_handknits on Instagram and Ravelry) for our first pattern collection, Handmade: Slow Fashion Inspired by Arizona's Five Cs. Please see below for details.
Weathered is inspired by the natural patina and weathering that copper takes on over time or when exposed to natural elements such as rainwater and salty air. Like a well-loved, vintage hammered copper pot, adorned with patina, the textures of Weathered highlight the color dance in the variety of hues.
US 10 / 6 mm circular needle, 40" / 100 cm length
Always use a needle size that will result in the correct gauge after blocking.
Yarn: Paloma Fingering - 90% Superfine SW Merino, 10% Silk - 463 yards/100 grams
Wingspan: 66" / 165 cm
29" / 72.5 cm deep at center when oriented sideways to be worn
Length from cast-on to bind-off edge: 47" / 117.5 cm
Width along bind-off edge: 51" / 127.5 cm
Set Options: (will ship within 2-3 weeks)
Yarn A: Divination (2 skeins on 757 Sock)
Yarn B: Nightfall (1 skein on 757 Sock)
Yarn A: Love Beach (2 skeins on 757 Sock)
Yarn B: Saguaro (1 skein on 757 Sock)
OR Choose your own Main Color and Contrast Color
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Please indicate your colorway selection in the notes section at checkout. If there is no note with your preferred colorway, we will contact you via email but your set may be delayed.
Note: Pattern is available in our book, Handmade: Slow Fashion Inspired by Arizona's Five Cs (not included in set). Also available as a standalone purchase directly from the designer.
About the Designer:
Tif Neilan (she/her) is a knitwear designer (formerly an interior designer) living in Connecticut with her husband and two daughters. Tif loves to play with color and mixing of textures in her designs and particularly enjoys incorporating herringbone stitch. She strives to design pieces that are engaging and interesting to look at, without necessarily being difficult to make.
When Tif is not knitting or designing, she can often be found horseback riding!
Sample #2 Photo Credit: Tif Neilan