Daffodil Days


This shawlette/scarf is worked from the top-down and features bands of eyelet stitch details and monochromatic colorblocking. Knit up in the dk-weight Milo yarn from Manos del Uruguay, the merino/linen blend makes this a versatile accessory for multiple seasons. Visit my Daffodil Days tips page for tips & tutorials on every aspect of making this shawl!

This pattern is part of my Milo 2024 Spring Capsule Collection in collaboration with Fairmount Fibers (the US distributor of Manos del Uruguay yarns). It is available as an individual pattern on their website or you can purchase on Ravelry by clicking the button below.


Finished Measurement:

56” wide across upper edge and 23½” tall from upper edge to lowest point


Manos del Uruguay MILO (65% merino wool, 35% linen; approx. 380 yds/100 g): 1 sk each of A and B. Shown in i2061 Pollen (A) and i2273 Savana (B)

[DK-weight  yarn]

Gauge:21 sts and 35 rows = 4”/10 cm in St st, relaxed after blocking.

Needles & Supplies:

  • US 6/4 mm 32” circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge.
  • Stitch markers
  • Tapestry needle


  • This shawl is worked from the center of the upper edge downwards.
  • The stockinette and eyelet sections are shaped with m1 increases on each side of the center “spine” stitch and yarnover increases inside the 2-stitch side borders.
  • The broken-rib trim continues the shaping with m1 increases.

  Photograph cred: Sarah Chapman