Cromulent Shawl by Emma Wilkinson

Cromulent Shawl

October 2017
Sport (12 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 15 rows = 4 inches
4.5 mm
547 - 766 yards (500 - 700 m)
one size
both US and UK
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Cromulent is one of my favourite made up words… Although aren’t all words made up? Cromulent came from ‘The Simpsons’ and is a very fancy sounding word that means ‘adequate’ . The rather simple pattern of just two repeating rows, with a built in puff edging, is perfectly cromulent. This is an easy rated pattern, written in both UK and US terms. (separate PDFs avaliable)

Finished Measurements:
Width (at final row): 50cm (19.7inches)
Length: 154 cm (60 inches)

Pattern can be increased or decreased in length to personal tastes, and would look lovely in any favourite fibre.
520 m of Scheepjes stonewashed used in example,
aswell as 700m of Garnmanufaktur Lola

Puff Decrease method is detailed in Abbreviations section.

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By: Emma Wilkinson©

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