Yowza Weigh It Shawl 3
The Yowza Weigh It Shawl 3 was once again created in the spirit of dreamy simplicity. The third time is definitely a charm.
I cast on 9 stitches to start and never counted the stitches again. The versatile triangle-shape shawl with a light ribbed ruffle is another favorite shawl shape of mine. I was inspired by a recent shawl knitalong I hosted where a couple of participants put gorgeous ribbed-ruffle edgings on their Yowza shawls. So I added a ribbed edge in version 3. You could also continue in garter stitch to the very end if preferred. Both options are in the pattern.
Using one 8 oz. Yowza skein by the talented dyer Miss Babs and your trusty kitchen scale you will simply fly through the knitting of this shawl. It is another of the most addicting, fast and simple top-down shawl designs with a two-row repeat (and one of the rows is all knit) for the body of the shawl. The border is a light-ruffle. The outcome is a wearable and simple shawl to love. There are only two places you need to weigh your yarn in the pattern. I had 4 grams remaining at the end.
Away we go with Yowza Weigh It 3!
Finished measurements for the triangular shawl:
Wingspan: 62-inches after blocking
Depth: 20-inches including the ribbed ruffle after blocking
Yarn: Miss Babs Yowza (100% Superwash Merino Wool, a light worsted weight; 560 yards/ 8 ounces), 1 skein (The pattern is based specifically on the Yowza 8 ounce skein but other yarns could be substituted.)
The sample is knit in the Berlin colorway. Yowza can be found on: www.missbabs.com
Needles: US size 8, 40-inch circulars or size to obtain gauge
Gauge: 4 ½ stitches per inch in stockinette stitch before blocking
2 ring stitch markers, 1 detachable stitch marker
A kitchen scale that weighs in ounces and grams
Yarn needle and scissors