Furrow (noun): a narrow groove made in the ground, especially by a plow.
The Furrow shawl is worked from the top to the bottom, increasing along the way to form a half circle shape. A simple ridge pattern is added in 4 places, to break up the garter stitch structure a bit.
It's suitable as a shawl, but can also be used as a neckerchief/scarf.
Sizes given are a small and a bigger version (using 1 or 2 skeins of fingering weight yarn).
Gauge is not crucial, as you will be working with the amount of yarn you have.
The Ridges e-book
This shawl is published as a part of the Ridges e-book. Patterns for this e-book will be released during the coming months.
Apart from this shawl, patterns to be included in the e-book will be: socks, fingerless mitts, a hat, a cowl/scarf, and a cardigan.
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