ew[e]ye – eye of a sheep

This shawl design is another reiteration of my ever-growing family of exaggerated slip-stitch patterns. Closely related to KORO-KORO this shawl however features an asymmetrical elongated shape, which some will find easier to style and customize! Three color stripes are arranged to create 6 distinct fabric sequences to appeal to every level of taste and preference. Once again rhythmic and easy to follow pattern which becomes enjoyable and fun as you see it emerge!


Woolfolk “TOV DK” (100% Ultimate® Merino wool); ; approx. 160 yds (146 m) / 1.76 oz (50 g);
Color A – TDK01 (grey) – 3 skeins
Color B – TDK00 (cream) – 3 skeins
Color C – TDK09 (charcoal) – 3 skeins

OR approx. 480 yds / 438 m color A, 480 yds / 438 m color B and 500 yds / 457 m color C in any other DK weight yarn.
This shawl is easily adaptable to make it larger or smaller. Please account for extra yardage that might be required.


US 6 (4 mm) 24” / 60 cm circular
OR use size to obtain gauge


22 sts and 32 rows = 4” / 10 cm in St st worked flat, measured once dry after washing and blocking.
(This gauge is provided to get the correct yarn weight to create the right fabric for this stitch pattern)
One 12-sts and 24-rows of main pattern = 2¼” / 5.5 cm wide and 2” / 5 cm long, measured once dry after washing and blocking


Wingspan approx. 108” / 274.5 cm
Depth (at the widest point) approx. 21” / 53.5 cm
Both measurements were taken once the shawl was dry after washing and blocking.