Creekside Shawl by Chrissy Graham

Creekside Shawl

Knitting
August 2017
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
12 stitches and 16 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette Stitch (Heavily Blocked)
US 10½ - 6.5 mm
450 - 478 yards (411 - 437 m)
One Size (80 inch / 203 centimeter wingspan)
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Fully tech edited and test knit, this bulky weight asymmetrical triangular shawl pattern includes instructions for how to adapt it for other gauges (like those used with fingering weight yarn), including several different stitch counts and tips.

This shawl is the third in the series, with Brookdale and Fleurs de Paris already released.

This cozy shawl begins with a garter tab cast on and increases out until the lace border at the far edge. The large stockinette and eyelet portion of the shawl make it a great take along project that works up quickly.

Yarn
478 yards (437 meters) and 250 grams (8.82oz) bulky weight yarn.
Shown in Cascade Ecological Wool (Bulky weight); 100% Natural Peruvian Wool; 478 yards (437 meters) and 250 grams (8.82 oz),1 skein, 8010 Ecru

Needles
US10.5 (6.5mm) 32 inch circular needle
Adjust needle size for correct gauge

Notions
tapestry needle

Gauge
12 stitches and 16 rows over 4 inches/ 10 centimeters in stockinette stitch after blocking

To Fit
One size

Finished Measurements
80 inch / 203 centimeter wingspan and 32 inches / 81 centimeters long after blocking

Abbreviations
CO – cast on
K – knit
K2Tog – knit two together
M1R – make one right
P – purl
P2SSO – pass two slipped sts over
RS - right side of work
SL2 – slip two sts knitwise at the same time
SSK – slip, slip, knit
ST(S) – stitch(es)
WS - wrong side of work
YO – yarn over