Amphora Shawlette by Petra Breakstone

Amphora Shawlette

Knitting
April 2024
Lace ?
16 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
268 yards (245 m)
51" in length and 14" in middle height
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Enjoy my Amphora shawlette pattern. I’d love it if you added the pattern to your faves and wish you happy knitting. If you want to knit yours from a knit kit as I did, they available in my online yarn shop Yarnz2go.

The Amphora is a petite shawl, knitted from the top down in a tru crescent shape. I incorporated build in vents to make sure that the final shape does not have that familiar middle bump.

You can wear it as a shawl, cowl, scarf or as kerchief. We all love multiple options, don’t we? Simple eyelets grow the shawl all along the edges and a lovely lace pattern gets repeated along the bottom edge with a thick and thin textured yarn as shown here to add more personality.

The pattern is fully written and includes a chart for the lace as well.
The blocked piece measures 55“ in overall length and 14“ in middle height.

The yarn used here
A skein of Lightly, perfectly arranged with a fingering weight and 6 portions of lace weight. Each skein holds 238 yards.
A mini skein of a thick and thin cotton yarn, 30 yards.
The knit kits are available at Yarnz2go.

Notions needed
US size 6 (4 mm) circular needle 36” (91 cm) in length.
Stitch markers.
Tapestry needle or crochet hook for finishing.

Gauge: 16 sts and 24 rows in 4” of stockinette stitch.

Techniques applied: Knitting and purling flat, increasing, eyelets, lace knitting, binding off, weaving in ends and blocking.

Enjoy your pretty shawl and be sure to make a project page, your shawl may actually get featured.