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The Dilemma

Interpretations Vol. 8 is here! This year brings you the charming 8th collaboration between Joji Locatelli and Veera Välimäki. This collection includes six themes, six words with two designs inspired by each word, showing a personal take on each of these themes.

In 2021 we continued to work together virtually. We found this to be a great opportunity to show you a bit of our home countries. We did the photoshoots separately in our respective major cities: Helsinki and Buenos Aires. 


You can read all about our work together here:




A fun, triangular shawl that starts at the border with some modular knitting and ends with easy garter stitch and stripes throughout the body.

It uses two colors of your favorite worsted-weight yarn.




Finished measurements: Finished measurements: 72” [180 cm] wide and 28” [70 cm] at deepest point.



Yarn: 3 skeins of Primo Worsted by The Plucky Knitter (70% Merino / 20% Cashmere / 5% Nylon; 200 yds [183 m] / 115 g), or approx. 2 skeins in color 1 and 1 skein in color 2.

Approx 284 yards [311 m] of worsted-weight yarn in color 1 and approx 117 yards [128 m] of worsted-weight yarn in color 2.

Sample shown in colorways Deep Dish (colour 1, gray) and Cuddle Bug (colour 2, yellow).

Needles: US 8 [5 mm] circular needles, about 40” long. You may want to use a spare needle or a long stitch holder to put your stitches on hold. If you are using spare needle, needle toppers are a great idea to keep stitches from sliding off.

Other: Stitch marker, tapestry needle, blocking pins or wires.



12.5 sts and 30 rows = 4” [10 cm] on US 8 [5 mm] needles in Garter stitch, after blocking.

The Dilemma

  • Prices are in US Dollars. This pattern is available only in English as a digital download. You will automatically receive a pdf file.

  • Please be aware that our website does not hold a log of your purchases. Therefore I am unable to send updates or provide you with a library feature. I am also unable to integrate this purchase with any existing libraries including Ravelry.

    I apologize for this. Warmly, Joji

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