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Enfolded Shawlette, a Comfort Shawl

Knitting
December 2012
Worsted / 10 ply (9 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 20 rows = 4 inches in Stockinette Stitch
420 - 460 yards (384 - 421 m)
One size, but you may continue pattern for a larger shawl if desired.
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Enfolded Shawlette is a top down wrap which showcases the beauty of tonal yarns. Beginning with stockinette stitch, the shawl develops into a striking, yet simple, lace pattern. This shawlette’s unique shape is loosely based on the traditional Faroese style shawl.

Enfolded is knitted in worsted weight yarn and is recommended for experienced beginner to intermediate knitters. After blocking, it measures approximately 65”/165 cm wide by 22”/56 cm deep.

This nine page pattern includes both written and charted instructions. Experienced beginner to intermediate knitters will enjoy this pattern, and advanced knitters will knit it up quickly! Because it’s knitted in worsted weight, you will find it to be a fast project, ideal for comfort shawls or gifts.

100% of the proceeds of this pattern will be donated to Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières! This is the price you pay less PayPal and Ravelry fees. If you’d like to read about how I chose this charity, please visit the Tinyknitters Group, where we worked on this together! Made the last donation for 2013, and we re up to $332 and am hoping that 2014 will be another great year for contributions. Thanks all!

As with all Tinyknit patterns, you are welcome to sell the finished shawls you create with this pattern. It’s my hope that many of these shawls will be donated or given to loved ones who could used the comfort of being enfolded in a warm shawlette!

Questions? Feel free to send me a PM or ask at Tinyknitters. Thanks!

At the bottom of the photos, you can see the receipts for our donations sent to Doctors Without Borders!

The earliest versions of this pattern had an error on Chart 4. The written instructions were correct. The final version is dated February 2, 2013.