I wanted to share this shawl pattern with you. This is knit with my wonderful Silk Camel yarn! So soft, and the drape is amazing.
This is a crescent shaped shawl for the intermediate knitter.
The lace edging is knit first, then stitches are picked up and knit along the edge to work the main body of the shawl.
You will need just 1 hank of my Silk Camel fingering weight yarn, or you may substitute any similar weight yarn. You will also need a US size 10.5 needle; the edging can be knit on a straight needle, but a 32" circular needle is recommended to accommodate the stitches for the body of the shawl.
The shawl measures appx. 46" x 19" after blocking.
The skills required to knit the shawl are:
• Short row shaping
• Pick up and knit
• I-cord bind off
• Knit/K2tog/K2tog tbl/K3tog
• Yarn overs – single/double/beginning of row
• Slip and pass stitches over
There are several ways to get the pattern:
From my Storenvy shop, add the pattern to your cart and checkout. An email will be sent with the download link. CLICK HERE
To download from Ravelry CLICK HERE
From Craftsy, place the pattern in your cart and checkout to download the pattern. CLICK HERE