A pattern from our
Indie Designers
Loya by Su Hogl

Loya is a triangle shawl worked bottom up.

It’s a great pattern for handspun and handspun-like yarns.

You start at the bottom and work up to the neck edge.

From there you finish both “wings” separately”.

Material

The shawl requires approx. 350 gr (720 yds / 659 m) of Aran or Bulky Weight Yarn.
Main color is the handspun yarn with an amount of 200 gr (453, yds / 398 m) and Contrast color CC is a matching uni coloured yarn with an amount of 150 gr (285 yds / 261 m)

The sample shown used

2 skeins of Kiso by Noro (Bulky, 70% Wool, 15% Silk, 15% Alpaca, 218 yds / 199 m per 100 gr) col 3 as MC

and

3 skeins of a solid color yarn with a (50% Merino, 25% Alpaca, 25% Rayon, 95 yds / 87 m per 50 gr) blend

One US 8 / 5 mm circular needle (or size to obtain gauge), 32 “/ 80 cm or longer
stitch marker
tapestry needle
kitchen scale
Gauge

14.5 sts x 22 rows = 4 x 4 “/ 10 x 10 cm in stockinette stitch (after blocking)

Finished size after blocking (wingspan x depth)

72 ” / 180 cm x 36 ” / 90 cm

All instructions are fully written out. No charts included.

This design uses
350 g of Noro Kiso #03
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