Curvette Shawl


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  • This is a PDF knitting pattern.

    Curvette combines simple stitches with yarn over eyelets to unveil an easy to knit fabric with divine drape. Choose four colors of fingering weight wool as the main garter stitch colors and accent them with one shade of lace weight mohair silk. The fluffy mohair adds a delicate and lightweight touch to the fabric. A subtle wavy border finishes the semi-circular shape with a flourish. Instructions include video tutorials showing you how to work the I-cord cast on and how to finish the I-cord corner at the end of the project. This pattern is suitable for adventurous beginners as well as seasoned knitters of Westknits shawls.

  • Finished Measurements
    76″ / 193cm wingspan length, 30″ / 76cm from CO to BO edge measured along the center of the shawl. Measurements taken after blocking.

    Fingering weight and a lace weight mohair pop

    Color A - 200yds / 183m
    Color B - 380yds / 347m
    Color C - 380yds / 347m
    Color D - 380yds / 347m
    Color E - 350yds / 320m

    US 4 / 3.5mm in 40″ / 100cm length or size needed to obtain gauge

    2 stitch markers, tapestry needle

    18 sts & 40 rows = 4″ / 10cm in pattern (garter stitch + eyelets)

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  • Mominoki Sock Fine 4ply
    Color A - Silver
    Color C - Safran
    Color D - Kohaku
    Color E - Sabi

    West Wool Glowhair
    Color B - Canal House

    Color B is the mohair accent color featured in the eyelet rows. I recommend using colors A, C, D, & E from light to dark. Start with the lightest color as color A or use your colors in any order you like.