Hundred Acre Wood Shawl


Published in Read.Knit.Remember | vol. 2


The Hundred Acre Wood is a place of friendship, adventures and simple pleasures, like a jar full of honey. Designer Helen Stewart of Curious Handmade has infused some of that sweetness into the Hundred Acre Wood Shawl, created for Little Skein in the Big Wool and with gentle nods to the beloved childhood story of Winnie the Pooh by A.A. Milne. Pooh’s ardent love of the sweet stuff is reflected in the subtle bee and honeycomb symbols of the lace.

Small (1 skein; 55” wingspan and 15” deep)
Large striped (2 skeins; 72” wingspan and 18” deep)
Large gradient (5 color gradient, 250g; 72” wingspan and 18” deep).

Yarn: Designed for 1 skein, 2 skeins, or a 250g 5 color gradient set) of Wooly Wonka Aerten Sock, a particularly generous fingering weight MCN blend.

Skills needed: Perfect for adventurous beginners as well as more advanced knitters. The pattern is written in Helen Stewart’s percentage checklist™ style.

To knit Hundred Acre Wood, you will need to be able to:

Cast on, knit, purl, and bind off
Increase stitches
Decrease stitches
This pattern has been tech-edited and test knit.

Kits are often available in these exclusive, Winnie-the-Pooh inspired colorways from Little Skein in the Big Wool. The pictured shawl pin is also available from Little Skein.

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