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Trellised Shawl

Miriam Felton
A Verb for Keeping Warm
Knitting
October 2011
Lace / 2 ply ?
24 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches in stockinette after blocking
US 4 - 3.5 mm
500 - 525 yards (457 - 480 m)
62 inches (157.5 cm) long, 9 inches (23 cm) wide at widest point. With instructions given for lengthening the piece.
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This pattern was originally released as part of the 2011-2012 Pro-Verbial Club from A Verb For Keeping Warm. It is now also available publicly

This subtly curved shawl uses short rows to create the shaping, with a lovely lace and cable trellised pattern along the edge. The garter stitch edging along the top binds off the stitches and makes the edging continuous across the top of the shawl.

Yarn: 525 yards of laceweight yarn. Show in A Verb For Keeping Warm Reliquary II (80% Superfine Merino/20% Silk), 875 yards per 100 gm skein), in ‘Rustling Leaves’; 23 wpi

Techniques Used: knit, purl, k2tog, ssk, sssk, ssssk, p2tog, p2togtbl, yo, wrap & turn short rows with detailed instructions, various cable stitches with detailed instructions, sl1 k2tog psso, slipped stitches.

The finished length of this piece can be easily changed, and instructions for adjusting are in the notes. When working the Bind off/Edging, it can be helpful to work the ‘sl1, k2′ by knitting backwards. If you’re not familiar with this technique, its a great time to learn! It saves flipping your whole piece over again and again for just a few stitches.

This pattern also requires you to cast on a large number of stitches. Tips for long cast-ons can be found here.