West 7th Wool Shawl by Petra Breakstone

West 7th Wool Shawl

July 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
in Garter stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
890 - 920 yards (814 - 841 m)
One size
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West 7th Wool KAL, a shawl…

I created the shawl as the first KAL for Amy and her beautiful new knit shop “West 7th Wool” in Fort Worth, Texas, hence the name.

This crescent shawl starts out with a garter stitch section and is worked top down. The lacy top edge constantly increases right up to the wonderful upside down tree of life edge. There are many different individual stitch sequences used to keep you interested and engaged while knitting. Several lace sections are part of the knitting fun as well.

With lots of stitch markers, this shawl is a pure delight to knit.

Written and charted pattern.
The shawls size, a generous 98” by 21”.

Level of expertise needed:
Adventurous Advanced Beginner / Intermediate

Version 1 in one color
Two skeins of High Wire 3 ply (490 yards each) a Texas dyed fingering weight yarn by Yarn Carnival. The color way is called “Role Playing Gamer”. Actual yardage used, about 900 yards. A delight to knit with! Yarn can be ordered via West 7th Wool.

Yardage for the 2 color shawl:
Main color (top section and bottom border) 390 yards.
Contrasting color for the lower lace section 560 yards.

This pattern was graciously translated into a German PDF by laincreativ Thank you so much Uta!

This pattern is part of Shawl-ing, an e-book with 3 shawl patterns.

Shawl has been tech edited and test knitted~