Brick Wall Shawl by Lani Stanistreet

Brick Wall Shawl

Knitting
June 2019
Light Fingering ?
20 stitches and 34 rows = 4 inches
in brick pattern (slip-st pattern)
US 5 - 3.75 mm
1422 - 1531 yards (1300 - 1400 m)
One size fits most
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The Brick Wall Shawl is a warm and cozy, large, triangular shawl featuring a simple repeating slip-stitch pattern in four colours. It is finished with a lace border on all edges with a subtle picot bind-off.

Construction is bottom-up, starting at the centre point of the triangle, working upwards to the top edge. The lace border on the top edge is knitted as a continuation of the shawl. The lace border on the remaining sides is added afterwards, picking up the stitches along those edges.

This pattern is worked flat, from written instructions and is suitable for intermediate knitters.

Approximate dimensions of finished garment (AFTER blocking).
Length along top/straight edge: 276cm (108”).
Depth from centre top edge to centre point of triangle: 90cm (35”).

Yarn Malabrigo Sock (100% Superwash Merino).
Approx. 100 g = 402m (440yd).
Although any fingering weight yarn could be used.


Total yarn used: 330 g = 1320m (1443yd).
MC: one skein Cote D’azure 807

CC1: one skein Water Green 083

CC2: one skein Aniversario 005

CC3: one skein Aguas 855

Skill level Intermediate – including slip-stitch patterning, simple lace work, increasing, changing colour, short rows, and picking up stitches.