Sugar on Snow Shawl


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Introducing the Sugar on Snow Shawl knitting pattern. There’s nothing I love more than a squishy, springy, cozy shawl in the middle of winter! I knew I wanted this asymmetrical, triangular shawl to have loads of texture and that’s exactly what it has! There are three sections, each with a fun new pattern so you never get bored. A choice of 3 bind off/edgings from simple to advanced adds just a little excitement.

I named the shawl, “Sugar on Snow” because I’m a Vermont girl who grew up eating this yummy confection. The creamy white and cinnamon brown yarns reminded me of snow and of the delicious taste of Vermont maple syrup during sugaring season. (And the pink version, reminded me of pink sugar of course!!)

Tan + Cream Version:
Color 1- 2 skeins Abundant Earth Fibers Josef + Anni
color: Cinnamon
360 yds/3.5 oz (330 m/100 g):
(or ~ 720 y/360 m of any [sport weight] yarn)

Color 2- 1 skein JaggerSpun Green Line Organic Wool
color: Alabaster
332 yds/3.5 oz (304 m/100 g):
Total yarn needed: 1,050 yds/960 m

Pink + Cream Version:
Color 1- 2 skeins The Autumn Acorn Naturally Dyed
color: Pinky Peach
328 yds/3.5 oz (300 m/100 g):

Color 2- 1 skein The Autumn Acorn Naturally Dyed color: Peachy Pink
328 yds/3.5 oz (300 m/100 g) or any sport weight yarn.
Total yarn needed: 980 yds/896 m

US #5, 32-inch circular knitting needle or size needed to obtain gauge.