Slipped Stitch Shawl by Kristen Finlay

Slipped Stitch Shawl

January 2013
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
US 6 - 4.0 mm
437 yards (400 m)
Size can be adjusted
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This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

Simple slipped stitches create a wonderful fabric which highlights heavily variegated yarns. This is a basic shawl pattern knit from end to end: nothing difficult, just cast on, knit and relax.

The Slipped Stitch Shawl can be made as big or as little as you like. Knit in pattern until you’re just about out of yarn then bind off OR attach another skein and keep knitting until you reach the desired size. You can also make the shawl larger by using a heavier weight yarn.

Sample shawl was knit using one skein.

Measurements after blocking (for a one skein shawl);

130 cm / 51” across top of shawl, 42 cm / 16.5” from top to end point. Shawl shape is an asymmetrical triangle.

This is a free pattern!