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        Accidental Island

        This is the Slow Yarn Crawl 2022 knit pattern for Seattle Yarn! Have a Slow Yarn Crawl download code? Use it at one of the links below. Want to learn more? Check out www.slowcrawl.com

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        West Seattle is its own, lovely village-within-a-city; it’s a place where people know one another, know the shopkeepers, and even know several generations within families. In 2020, the West Seattle Bridge was shut down as unsafe, and so, with the Puget Sound on one side, and the Duwamish River on the other, some residents of West Seattle have started calling the area “The Accidental Island.” (We don’t actually have to take a boat to get here…there are still roads!) The colorwork of this cozy cowl is inspired by the span of the West Seattle Bridge, a hopeful meditation on our neighborhood, and the repairs that will bring us that much closer to our fellow Seattlites.

        Size: One size (height: 11.5”/29 cm; circumference: 29.25”/74 cm)

        Kits available! Click HERE

        SUGGESTED YARN

        PLYMOUTH GALWAY SPORT; 100% Highland Wool; 151 yards (105 m)/50 g in six colors. Pattern shown in Sand Heather (A), Concord Grape (B), Tulipwood Heather (C), Cabernet (D), Lichen Heather (E), Navy (F)

        SUGGESTED NEEDLES: 24” circular needles; US 4/3.5 mm and US 5/3.75 mm or whatever size you need to achieve gauge.

        Echo Lake Road

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        This swooping triangle shawl is worked in DK weight and garter stitch to create a big, beautiful, and cozy wrap. Sections of simple lace and mosaic and mosaic stitch motifs keep the knitting interesting and show off two contrasting colors.

        Echo Lake Road kits are available here

        SUGGESTED YARN

        Indigodragonfly DK Matter, 100% superwash merino wool, 280 yards (256 m), 100g. Sample shown in "Bait is Enough" and "Claw and Order."

        Yarn substitution notes: Choose a DK weight yarn with similar yardage and weight as the pattern. As written, the sample used approximately 188g/526 yards of color A, and 150g/420 yards of color B. Colors with strong contrast will show the mosaic elements of the pattern best.

        Sandhurst Circle

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        This cozy, breezy accessory combines towering double treble crochets with half double crochets worked in a combination of ways to create a richly textured fabric. Simple shaping drapes easily around your shoulders. Worked in one, two or even multiple colours, the possibilities for this accessory are endless!

        Sizing: 6 sizes: 1 (2, 3, 4, 5, 6), to fit bust sizes 28-36" (34-42", 40-48", 46-54", 52-60", 58-66")
        Yardage needed: MC: 320 (371, 514, 571, 685, 750) yards /293 (339, 470, 522, 626, 686) meters; CC: 310 (357, 494, 549, 659, 720) yards /280 (326, 452, 502, 603, 658) meters

        Sandhurst Circle kits are available here

        SUGGESTED YARN
        Indigodragonfly DK Matter, 100% superwash merino wool, 280 yards (256 m), 100g. Sample shown in "Bait is Enough" and "Claw and Order."

        A note about yarn/yardage: Indigodragonfly DK Matter skeins are often generous in weight/yardage - the designer used only 1 skein of each color for size 1, as her skeins were more than 100g. For our kits, we have weighed the yarn, so kits for sizes 1 and 4 have 1 or 2 skeins of each color, respectively. If you are using any other DK yarn, the yardage information listed should be your guide when choosing how much you need.

        Yorisou

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        Yorisou means “snuggle up” in Japanese, which perfectly describes what this cozy brioche shawl makes you want to do. It uses two-color brioche stitch, with an i-cord edge and bind-off to give it a clean finish.

        SUGGESTED YARN
        Blue Sky Fibers Woolstok Worsted, 100% wool, 123 yards (112 meters), 50g; sample shown in “Storm Cloud” (A, 150 g), “Cast Iron” (B, 150 g), and “Spun Gold” (C, 100 g).

        Yorisou kits in Woolstok are available here

        OR
        Indigodragonfly Wingenhooven DK, 60% superwash merino/20% yak/20% mulberry silk, 250 yards (228 meters), 100g; sample shown in “Scotch Eggs and Hamish” (A, 150 g), “I Can Haz Berry?” (B, 150 g), “The Teal-Tale Heart” (C, 100 g).

        Yorisou kits in Wingenhooven DK are available here

        Power and Parallels

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        A triangle shawl with a graphic, slipped stitch pattern evoking two powerful forces – maps and waterways – both of which have shaped the history of the Duwamish Territory.

        This was created as a collaboration with the Log House Museum in the Alki neighborhood of West Seattle, inspired by their exhibit, “Between the Lines: the Power and Parallels of the West Seattle Annexation.”

        SUGGESTED YARN
        Berroco Ultra Wool Fine, 100% superwash wool, 400 yards (366 meters), 100g; two skeins in contrasting colors; sample shown in “Sunflower” and “Verbena”

        Lakes to Sound

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        In Seattle, we are surrounded by water, whether it be the Puget Sound, the Duwamish River, or the various lakes, big and small. This lace and garter wrap has a lace pattern inspired by the circular ripples and glints of light we see on the water, especially in summer.

        Lakes to Sound by Destiny Itano was the Seattle Yarn knit pattern for the 2019 Puget Sound LYS Tour.

        SUGGESTED YARN
        Indigodragonfly Chameleon Sock; 63% extra fine superwash merino/20% cashmere/17% silk; 400 yards (366 m)/100 g; sample shown in “Could You Be More Pacific?”
        Scarf uses 1 skein; Wrap uses 2 skeins

        Genus Tulipa

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        A wavy stitch pattern that whispers of blooming tulips. A cabled look without making cables. Just interesting enough to keep your attention, but easy enough to let you relax as you knit.

        SUGGESTED YARN
        Sweet Georgia Superwash DK; 100% Superwash Merino Wool; 256 yards (234 m)/115 g (shown in Wisteria colorway)
        OR
        Loved Ones Ol’ Reliable DK; 100% Superwash Merino Wool; 231 yards (212 m)/100 g (shown in Scarecrow colorway)