Riley Rose Shawl by Jennifer Lassonde

Riley Rose Shawl

July 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
25 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches
in Garter Stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
610 - 760 yards (558 - 695 m)
One Size
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Riley Rose is a 3-colored shawl worked sideways. You begin on the right tip with an interesting garter-tab cast on with a mock i-cord edging and increase up to the point of the triangle and then decrease for the left side of the shawl. Best of all, the stitch patterns and colors change just often enough to keep you from getting bored!

Skills used in this project: Judy’s Magic Cast-On (could substitute another provisional cast on if you like), basic increasing and decreasing, and kitchener stitch.
A video tutorial for this shawl’s cast on is available here.
A video tutorial for the Judy’s Magic Cast On is available here.

Yarn: One Twisted Tree in the Prime Fingering Base- 460 yards/100 grams
Color A: Seashell (light coral) – 151 yards
Color B: Reef Coral (dark coral) – 254 yards
Color C: Gulf (aqua blue) – 203 yards
Total: 608 yards used (with gauge of 25 stitches of 4 inches in Garter)

Finished Size
Width: 66.5 in / 167.7 cm | Height: 18 in/ 45.7 cm

A Note about Yarn: the One Twisted Tree Prime Fingering yarn used in the sample is a lighter fingering than you may have on hand. If your gauge is different (and likely it will be if you do not swatch), you will use more yarn. Please see notes below for the amount of yarn used when this pattern is knit at different gauges. A special thank you to my test knitters for providing this information.

21 sts/ 4 inches= A: 190 yards | B: 312 yards | C: 252 yards | Total: 754 yards
23 sts/ 4 inches= A: 190 yards | B: 300 yards | C: 250 yards | Total: 740 yards
24 sts/ 4 inches= A: 166 yards | B: 277 yards | C: 175 yards | Total: 618 yards
25 sts/ 4 inches= A: 151 yards | B: 254 yards | C: 203 yards | Total: 608 yards

This pattern has been tech edited & test knit.

Errata in the 2016 version of the pattern Section 16 Row 19: ended with “ktog” instead of “k2tog” this was updated on 12/04/17

This shawl is dedicated to my niece Riley Rose who is a bright, creative, caring girl. Her interests are many and varied, skipping around like the patterns in this ever-changing design. Riley is always one to wrap you in a warm embrace and I hope some of that warmth finds you, too.