This is the pattern that started it all. The original. The first. The crazy idea that exploded into a series of four patterns. This new version of Traveling Woman contains instructions for 11 different sizes in 5 yarn weights: lace (medium, xlarge), fingering (xsmall, small, medium, large), sport/dk (xsmall, small, xlarge), and worsted (large, xlarge). Instructions are divided up based on yarn weights. Yarn informa- tion, gauge, and needle sizes are provided with each in- dividual set of instructions. All of the instructions use the same charts except for lace weight. Lace weight instructions have their own charts.
If you wish to do custom sizing, there is a section at the end of the pattern with information and formulas. A special section for adding eyelets to the body of the shawl is included in this section.
The Traveling Woman pattern is part of the Traveling Woman Collection. You can purchase the pattern individually for $6, or as a part of the collection for $20. Information about the free version can be found here.
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So to break it down: you get 11 sizes in 5 yarn weights with row-by-row stitch counts, written and charted instructions, instructions for adding eyelets, and instructions for custom sizes. For $6. That’s more than I know what to do with to be honest.
Sizes: Medium (470 yards), XLarge (570 yards)
XLarge knit in Little Red Bicycle Penny Farthing Lace (shown in Seaglass) < 1 skein
Sizes: XSmall (310 yards), Small (380 yards), Medium (440 yards), Large (600 yards)
XSmall knit in The Plucky Knitter Merino Cashmere Nylon Fingering Weight (shown in Queensway) < 1 skein
Sport sizes: XSmall (250 yards), Small (335 yards)
DK sizes: XLarge (520 yards)
XLarge DK knit in Femme Fatale Fibers Lilith DK (shown in Mystic) 2 skeins
Sizes: Large (390 yards), XLarge (500 yards)
Large knit in Malabrigo Rios (shown in Pearl Ten) < 2 skeins
Information about the free version can be found here.