The Hinterlands Shawl recalls wide open spaces, unexplored forests, and far off horizons. It is a generous triangle shawl, knit in three colours. The Hinterlands Shawl is an expansive and absorbing project: not at all difficult, but offering an impressive result. A body of textures and simple stitches opens out into graphic slipped stitches and stripes with a deep ribbed border.
The Hinterland means “the land behind.” And when we leave everything else behind us, this is where we arrive. This is Bush Country. The wilderness. The way-out-there. It’s just far enough away from everything safe and familiar to remind us of our own inner wildness. Out here, we are free from expectations. Free to roam, as long as we come prepared. The harsh beauty of the Hinterland demands our respect and our attention. In return, it whispers to us that we are not quite tame. Not quite yet.
142cm (56”) diameter across top edge
66cm (26”) neck to bottom edge
Miss Click Clack Centre Place Single 100% Superwash merino; 360m/394yds per 100g skein, 3 x 100g skeins
Colour A: Cream Tan
Colour B: None of Your Beeswax
Colour C: Melbourne Black
Louie & Lola BFL Nylon Fingering 80% Superwash Bluefaced Leicester, 20% Nylon; 365m/400yds per 100gm skein, 3 x 100g skeins
Colour A: Sunrise Over South
Colour B: Bronte
Colour C: Woodland
Approximate yardage of fingering weight yarn used:
Colour A: 65g or 234m/256yds
Colour B: 65g or 234m/256yds
Colour C: 60g or 216m/237yds
4mm (US 6), 100cm (40”) long circular needles (or size to obtain gauge)
1 Stitch marker
Removable stitch marker
25 sts/30 rows = 10cm (4”) in stockinette stitch after blocking
Exact gauge is not critical but may affect the amount of yarn needed if different.