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This is a PDF knitting pattern
I don’t think anyone can have too many shawls so I returned to one of my favorite construction methods to whip up this graphic top-down design. Two colors are worked with increases to form a triangle and then two additional locations of increases are added, which transform the shape into a unique piece of architectural knitting.
The extra fabric formed by the increases causes the shawl to drape beautifully whether it is resting across the shoulders or tossed around the neck.
15.5? / 39cm from CO to BO along center stitch, 58? / 147cm wingspan along top edge stitches. Measurements taken after blocking.
Color A: 270yds / 247m
Color B: 210yds / 192m
24 sts and 36 rows = 4? / 10cm in stockinette stitch
In Section 2 it should read…
Next Row (RS): Using color B, k3,yo, k4, “pm, sl2, M1R, pm, sl2, pm, M1L, sl2, pm,” k to m, slm, sl2, k to m, M1R, slm, sl2, slm, M1L, k to 2 sts before m, sl2, slm, k to last 13 sts, repeat from “ to “, k4, yo, k3
(75% Merino, 15% Silk, 10% Cashmere; 360yds / 329m per 120g skein) Color A: Wren Color B: Boxwood