Ammon Shawl Pattern by Julie Knits in Paris

Ammon Shawl Pattern by Julie Knits in Paris

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The Ammon Shawl by Julie Knits in Paris is an exceptional knit design using 3 colors of Sport weight yarn. Named for the Ancient Egyptian King of the gods, Ammon, this shawl is a regal beauty and the mesmerizing swirls pay homage to the beauty of the curves... Read More

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The Ammon Shawl by Julie Knits in Paris is an exceptional knit design using 3 colors of Sport weight yarn. Named for the Ancient Egyptian King of the gods, Ammon, this shawl is a regal beauty and the mesmerizing swirls pay homage to the beauty of the curves and lines of ram horns. This lovely shawl will look glorious wrapped around you this winter to ward off the cold winds. Grab your US 6 needles and choose from our selection of Sport weight yarn to knit yourself this wondrous shawl. 

See our selection of Sport weight yarn HERE.

Try our Malabrigo Susurro or Dos Tierras for a heavenly, hand-dyed shawl.

This is an instantly downloadable pattern. You will receive a link to download and print the PDF file for the Ammon pattern by Julie Dubreux of Julie Knits in Paris.

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Note from the designer: 

“Ammon was revered in Ancient Egypt as King of the gods. He was represented in human form with a ram’s head.

The shawl’s outstanding swirl is a homage to the graphic beauty of the curves and lines of ram horns.

Wear it with pride, dignity and determination, as Ammon wore his ram attributes.” -Julie Dubreux

Pattern details:

Size: One Size

  • Top edge: 175 cm/69”
  • Bottom edge: 280 cm/ 110”
  • Deepest point: 50 cm/20”

Yarn weight: Sport

Yardage in sample: 3 skeins x 328 yds each

Yarn used: 1 skein each in 3 colors of Aubrey Sport by Martin’s Lab (55% Bluefaced Leicester, 45% silk; 300m/328y per 100g). Shown in colorways Anthracite, C1; Lappato, C2; Honeycomb, C3.

Needles: US 6 - 4.0 mm or size needed for gauge; 100 cm/40” long circular needle

Notions: 14 stitch markers, tapestry needle

Gauge:

  • 17 sts and 36 rows = 10 cm/4” in garter stitch worked flat, after blocking.
  • 12 sts and 24 rows = 10 cm/4” in two-colour brioche stitch worked flat, after blocking.

The gauge isn’t crucial on this project, but differences will affect the finished size as well as the required yardage.