My motto for this knit triangle shawl is “The weather will get colder, eventually”. I created this shawl with the beautiful Gazzal Viking yarn for those cold days when you just have to put something over your shoulders, even if you are inside.
Simple stitches that create an elegant and timeless design. The yarn itself is a pleasure to work with as it is very soft and thick enough to make the rows fly by. I hope you will have as much fun as I did when making this shawl.
The pattern can be very easily memorized and you can watch your favorite show while keeping your hands busy. Any advanced beginner that can make an increase in knitting will be able to complete this project. Let’s see what are you going to need.
- 6-Super bulky yarn (I used Gazzal Viking)
- US 11/8.0 mm circular needles, or size needed to obtain gauge, and 120 cm (47″) cable
- Yarn needle
m1r: make one right
m1l: make one left
PM: place marker
SM: slip marker
142 cm (56″) wide and 71 cm (28″) long at tip
9 sts and 16 rows is 4″ in stockinette
Approximately 400 m (430 yds)
m1r: Increase stitch. Pick up the bar between the last stitch you knit and the one you’re about to knit, bringing the needle from the back to the front. Then knit into the front of this stitch.
m1l: Increase stitch. Pick up the bar between the last stitch you knit and the one you’re about to knit, bringing the needle from the front to the back. Then knit into the back of this stitch.
Garter tab cast on: Cast on 3 sts. Knit 6 rows. Knit one more row, turn your right hand needle 90 degrees to the right and pick 3 more sts. Knit these 3 sts. Turn your right hand needle 90 degrees to the right again and pick up 3 more sts. Knit these 3 sts. You now have 9 sts on your needles.
Knit shawl pattern
Garter tab cast on (9 sts)
R1: k3, m1r, k1, m1r, PM, k1, m1l, k1, m1l, k3 (13)
R2: k3, p until 3 sts left, k3 Remember to slip the marker in every row
R3: k3, m1r, k until marker, m1r, SM, k1, m1l, k until 3 sts left, m1l, k3
R4: k3, p until 3 sts left, k3
R5-7: repeat rows 3 and 4
R8: k all sts
One repeat made. Make the 8 row repeat nine (9) more times using the instructions below. At the end of the 10th repeat (including the first one) you will have 80 rows and 133 stitches.
R9-15: repeat rows 3 and 4
R16: repeat row 8
R17-80: repeat R9-16
R81: k3, m1r, k until marker, m1r, SM, k1, m1l, k until 3 sts left, m1l, k3
R82: k all sts
R83-94: repeat rows 81 and 82 six (6) more times BO loosely
That’s it! Enjoy your new shawl!
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