Simply Fringed Shawl by Martina Gardner

Simply Fringed Shawl

September 2016
Cherry Tree
Light Fingering ?
26 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in Stockenette
US 5 - 3.75 mm
1.0 mm
880 - 920 yards (805 - 841 m)
20" x 78"
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This design includes a fun twisted fringe along the bottom edge of this simple shawl. Perfect for this season’s fashion. Don’t be intimidated by the fringe, it is fun and a great way to add a little fun to an outfit, give it a try. I have included step-by-step photo instructions for creating the TFS (twisted fringe stitch) at the beginning of the pattern to help you through. I have also added a little bling with beads, but you can easily knit without.

Skill Level: advanced beginner
Skills needed: k, p, co, bo, twisted fringe stitch, w&t, knitting with beads (optional)

Finished Measurements: 18” wide at the widest point (not including the fringe) x 78” long

Cherry Hill Supersock fingering in teal 440yds (MC), Cherry Hill Supersock fingering in peacock 440yds (CC)
US size 5 3.75 mm straight OR circulars needles
Tapestry needle
9” piece of cardboard (makes approx. 3” fringe)
1mm crochet hook or Super floss (optional for placing beads)
40 grams Toho 6/0 glass beads in Metallic Plum Iris, 6T85-OS

The green shawl was made using Malabrigo sock in Ivy without changing colors and without beads.

The cream shawl was made using Ancient Arts Bamboo/Merino sock in Linen without changing colors and without beads.