This pattern is designed for use with 3 skeins of our Superwash Dewy Dk yarn in colorway: Cocoa Black. Choose any color you like, though. Gauge is critical on this pattern and the sample used 748 of 750 yards. If in doubt, order a 4th skein just to be safe.
You'll need US Size 7 (4.50 mm) needles.
Notes From the Designer:
•Everyone has that favorite place where they hang out. Maybe yours is where you read, knit, or enjoy a cup of joe. I do all of the above at a coffee shop on West King Street, hence the name of this pattern.
•Enjoy the shifting textures and simple lace while you knit your own West King Shawl and wear it to all of your favorite haunts!
•An intermediate pattern you're going to love wearing. The shape wraps perfectly around your shoulders.
Designed by Emily Walton.
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Enjoy your knitting!
I had the awesome opportunity of being a test knitter for this pattern. It is absolutely stunning! The lace side looks really unique, and then the other side has the ever-changing detail that keeps you interested. Definitely recommend this pattern!!
Looking forward to making this.
I have not had a chance to cast on this project yet, but I am looking forward to it soon.
I just used this yarn. It works up so beautifully. It has great draping.
Pattern is easy to follow, I think it will be awesome once it's finished.
pattern is easy to follow - haven't started but planning to soon - love it!
Too many "UFO's". Haven't started it yet, but, it looks pretty straight forward.
I have not started this project yet, but the directions seem clear and I love the simplicity of the design.
Pattern is super easy to follow. Love th subtle texture of the pattern
I have not started this pattern yet, and even though I am usually not a fan of stoles, I think I will be making this one.