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Little House Shawl

Knitting
September 2011
Light Fingering / 3 ply ?
22 stitches = 4 inches in garter stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
440 - 480 yards (402 - 439 m)
child, adult
This pattern is available for free.

The Hungarian Translation of this pattern is available on our blog. Many thanks to Roxxandra for providing the translation.

The Slovak Translation of this pattern is available on our blog. Many thanks to Hana for providing the translation.

The Korean Translation of this pattern is available online here. Many thanks to Okminpark for providing the translation.

This pattern was originally published in the beautiful online magazine, Rhythm of the Home.

Inspired by the wonderful series of books written by Laura Ingalls Wilder, I decided to design a lace shawl for our daughter, who recently started reading the books on her own. This surprisingly simple shawl is knit from the hem up, using very basic lace and shaping techniques. It makes for a great first lace or shawl project, as the only techniques needed to knit the Little House Shawl are: knit, purl, knit 2 together, and yarn over. Although it was designed specifically to fit the shoulders of a child, I was pleasantly surprised to find it makes a lovely shawlette for an adult, too, so I quickly cast on and made a second one for myself!

August 2012: The original pattern included instructions for a child’s size shawl. In August, 2012, I reposted the pattern on my website with updated instructions for how to knit this shawl in an adult size by using a heavier yarn and larger needle size. I did not change any of the actual written instructions, so both versions of the pattern itself are identical. Happy Knitting!