Cloverdale by Ellen Kapusniak


June 2015
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette Stitch, before blocking
US 6 - 4.0 mm
460 yards (421 m)
Width: 160 cm (63 inches), Depth: 40.5 cm (16 inches)
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Cloverdale is a rustic and simple little crescent shawl.

The design is easy to work and features earthy furrows interspersed with stretches of clover lace patterning rolling into a gently textured waved lace border.

This small shawl is worked flat and knit from the top-down, all in one piece, increasing in size as it is worked, and continuing on into the border.

There are both written and charted instructions for the stitch patterns used. The pattern also contains a page of tables with stitch counts for each row and each step of the shawl, to help keep track as it grows.

Finished Size
Width: 160 cm (63 in.) Depth: 40. 5 cm (16 in.). A larger shawl may be made by adapting gauge with a larger needle (allow more yarn).

Editor: Deann Wilson
Link to test knit thread