Available as a single pattern or as part of the Celtic Woodland Collection e-book.
Please download version 0.1 as small corrections to written instructions p.4, thanks.
A lighthearted shawlette or scarf to celebrate spring. What could be lovelier than unexpectedly coming across a carpet of wood anemones in a shady glade? Rows of flowers cascade downwards in this sideways knitted piece to meet the deep garter striped border.
Worked sideways, the size can easily be adjusted for different quantities of yarn. There are endless possibilities for colour combinations should you wish to gather different flowers around you. A fairly easy knit for the intermediate knitter, with just a little concentration needed when making the ‘flowers’. Every knitter needs a little frivolity when spring is in the air!
SIZE: approx. 48” - 59”/ 122 - 150 cm (depending on blocking) x 17”/ 43 cm.
The size is easily adjusted (instructions given) for different sizes and amounts of yarn.
23 sts / 30 rows = 4 ” / 10 cm. Measured over stocking stitch, using fingering weight on 4 mm needles before blocking.
21 sts / 30 rows = 4” / 10 cm. Measured over stocking stitch, using fingering weight on 4 mm needles after blocking.
MATERIALS & TOOLS:
Yarn: Fingering weight, approx. 550 yd (503 m): 437 - 450yd MC, 100 - 110 yd CC.
Needles: 4mm / US #6, 80cm / 32” circular needle, or size for gauge.
Notions: 2 stitch markers, blocking wires & pins.
SKILL LEVEL: intermediate (3 / 5)
SKILLS NEEDED: (all instructions given)
using 2 colours yarn, working bobbles, increasing & decreasing in pattern.
The detailed instructions are fully written as well as charted throughout.The pattern has been fully tech edited and tested.
I’d love to see your progress / finished shawl over in the
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