This is such a beautiful colorway by The Plucky Knitter and it inspired me to design this shawl with simple cable and slipped stitch. As usual, it is a bottom up shawl that comes in three different sizes. I like how the unique slipped stitches at the edge turned out to be after blocked.
The edge of this shawl version is in an elegant scallop shape and knitter can also get a cute upside down bat ears edging by pinning out the edge.
This is another very therapeutic cable project for knitters who love cable. I have so much fun with the needle-less cable making and I really like the combination of the cable and wavy slipped stitch.
I can see this shawl knitted up nicely using DK or worsted weight yarn with larger size needles and it will be a thicker garment to use for colder weather.
Small ( 20” deep x 42” wide)
Medium ( 25” deep x 50” wide)
Large ( 30” deep x 58” wide)
This shawl has been test knitted by several test knitters. Thank you all for the wonderful work and effort.
Row 17- Center stitch K is missing. Add a K before the repeat # to #. (error corrected at Cobble.R1 version)
Row 96 - Row 96: K3, # P2, K2, (K4, P2, K2)x 3(6, 9), K4, P2 # , K, repeat # to # , K3
Row 108 - K3, # P, K, P2, K2, (K4, P2, K2)x 1(4, 7), K4, P2, K, P #, K, repeat # to #, K3.