Routes des Vignes


Route des Vignes (Vineyard Pathway) is an asymmetrical crescent shaped shawl that uses stitch patterns and short rows to take advantage of two mini-skein gradient kits. The project is worked top-down and flat, with ever increasing rows.

Finished with a sideways lace border and optional afterthought bobbles to decorate the edging and use up all of the leftover yarn.

This pattern also includes a French Translation. (Description française ci-dessous.)

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2 x Color Bundle by Artfil
80% Superwash Merino Wool, 20% Nylon
120 g (3.53 oz) = 354 meters (444 yards)
1 Bundle shown in Gravity
1 Bundle shown in Fusion

1 x Artfil Belle
80% Superwash Merino Wool, 20% Nylon
100 g (4.23 oz) = 406 metres (387 yards)
1 skein shown in Antique Gold

4.00mm (US6) 32” or longer circular needles

Note About Choosing Colours
Find two Colour Bundles that contain one shade that is the same or a very close match. These two mini skeins should become Colours H and I.

Arrange the rest of the colours outward from this point to create a pleasing blend, labeling the first colour to be used as A, and labeling each one sequentially through to L.

Pick a colour of Artfil Belle that will work next to the last of the colours you’ll use from the two bundles (Colour L). This will be Colour M, and is for the large border at the bottom of the shawl.