Vertically Biased Shawl

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Vertically Biased Shawl

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This simple sideways ribbed boomerang shawl combines easy shaping, simplicity and reversibility. Using color repeating yarns adds a gently plaid effect without much effort but it would also look smashing in speckled, tweed or variegated yarn.

This shawl is adjustable - you can make it with 400 yards of any fingering weight yarn or go on as long as you have enough yarn to bind off!

This listing is for PDF digital download, not the finished item.

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SIZE
800 yards sample measured 90” (230 cm) wingspan and 20” (51 cm) depth

YARN
The shawl is knit with fingering weight yarn
The shawl was specifically designed for long repeat yarn, but can be worked in speckled or semi-solid colors as well. You will need 400 - 800 yards.

SUGGESTED YARN
Kauni Wool 8/2 Effektgarn

SUGGESTED NEEDLES
Size US6/4.00 mm (24”/60 cm circular needle)

NOTIONS
Markers, Tapestry needle for weaving in ends

GAUGE
24 sts/28 rows = 4”/10 cm in Stockinette stitch blocked

TECHNIQUES USED
Casting on and Binding off, Bias knitting, Increases/Decreases

This product is a digital PDF download. Upon pattern purchase, you will receive a unique link to download your pattern. The link expires so please make sure you download you pattern.

Patterns are for personal use only and are protected by international copyright law. Distributing the pattern is strictly prohibited.