Cold Spring Harbor Hooded Shawl by Rosann Fleischauer

Cold Spring Harbor Hooded Shawl

June 2023
both are used in this pattern
DK (11 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette, blocked in Dona
US 8 - 5.0 mm
830 - 910 yards (759 - 832 m)
One size fits all
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Written to present you with different options, this shawl will do a lot for your wardrobe what ever the weather may bring. Wear it with the hood tucked behind the shawl for a warmer weather look and flip it around to deploy the hood as needed.

An excerpt from the book….
There is a small inlet near the Cold Spring Harbor Fish Hatchery on the north shore of Long Island, which is one of my favorite spots to sit by the water’s edge and read on a winter day. With a delicious slice of chocolate chip pie on the picnic table and a cup of coffee from Sweetie Pies on Main, I can always catch a refreshing break from the toils of modern life, knitting in hand right here. If your travels cross mine, feel free to bring your project bag along and join me for a few rows over a cup. At this time of the year it’s helpful to have a hood, thus the reason
I created this version of my striped shawl, coupling a self-striping yarn with a superwash DK. This version is more compact than the Ocean Beach Sunset Poncho, just the right size to roll up and tuck behind the seat of my roadster and yes, before you ask, I do drive it with the top down year-round—makes it easier to spot in any parking lot.