Taj Rectangular Shawl by Iris Schreier
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Taj Rectangular Shawl

Knitting
November 2015
DK (11 wpi) ?
5 stitches and 6 rows = 1 inch
in Stockinette
US 7 - 4.5 mm
800 yards (732 m)
80" Long and 15" Wide adjustable length

5/23/16: Now available in French and German as well as English, with new charts added.

If you are a yarn shop owner interested in offering Taj Kits to your customers, please contact us at sales@artyarns.com

Available online here:

http://www.yarn.com/product/artyarns-taj-shawl-kit-yarn/

http://www.patternworks.com/taj-rectangular-shawl-knitting-kit

http://www.fabulousyarn.com/artyarns_kits-tajsquare.shtml

http://www.artyarns.com/patterns/taj-kit/

http://www.monttricot.ca/catalog/7004097/taj-rectangular-shawl-kit

http://www.jannettesrareyarns.co.uk/artyarns-to-order/artyarns-taj-rectangular-shawl-kit.html

Contact your favorite Artyarns re-seller for more information.

Each piece is knitted from the bottom up, using an interesting Feather and Fan pattern, that adds lots of structure to the soft soft yarn. The two identical pieces are joined seamlessly through the center to create the dramatic join along the back. The design keeps the shawl very wide, and it does not collapse in on itself as rectangular shawls in soft yarn tend to do.

The entire pattern is written out step by step, and consists of standard stitches. Generally it is much easier than it looks. The pattern starts with an i-cord tab and continues with an i-cord edging throughout to keep it neat and hide yarn changes. For more details on the edging check out our blog instructions here: http://www.artyarns.com/category/blog/

The pattern is available as a kit with Ensemble Light purchase of 2 skeins, contrasting skeins recommended to best showcase this design.

Errata: The legend for the chart includes a purl symbol (centered dot) which is actually a knit, and a knit symbol (open square) which is actually a purl on wrong side rows.