Eckert Street Triangular Shawl by Crystal Hiatt | Factory Girl Design

Eckert Street Triangular Shawl

Knitting
September 2020
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
See below
US 6 - 4.0 mm
400 - 1253 yards (366 - 1146 m)
42.5" w x 20.5" d (62 cm x 33 cm)/ 62" w x 33" d (157.5 cm x 84 cm)
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These triangular shawls includes soothing garter combined with sections of eyelets and brioche while knitting the shape you love the best. Pattern includes instructions for a shawlette and oversized shawl.

The pattern is available individually or as part of a collection of four shawls using the same stitch patterns to create a squishy accessory to wrap up in. Choose the style that suits you best - shawlette, triangular, asymmetrical or a rectangular shawl.

Eckert Street is in a neighborhood in my town where a number of friends live. It is a street where families congregate in each others yards or on the sidewalk as the young kiddos cruise the block on their bikes or chase each other into exhaustion. It’s where the adults enjoy their beverage of choice and share stories from their day and week. A place where many laughs are shared, along with a few tears every once in awhile.

The friends who live in this special neighborhood are ones I do not see often. We find ourselves running in different paths, but when they converge, sweet memories and moments are had.

finished sizes
Shawlette: 42.5” wide x 20.5” deep / 62 cm x 33 cm
Triangular Shawl: 62” wide x 33” deep / 157.5 cm x 84 cm

yarn
Designed for fingering weight yarn.
Total yardage:
• Shawlette: 400 yd / 366 m
• Triangular Shawl: 1253 yd / 1146 m

samples
Knit in The Fibre Co. Cumbria Fingering (60% Merino Wool, 30% Masham Wool, 10% Goat Mohair, 328 yd / 300 m, 100 g)
• Shawlette knit in Castlerigg
• Triangular Shawl knit in Buttermere

gauge
19.5 sts x 40 rows (20 ridges) = 4” / 10 cm in garter stitch flat, unblocked
19.5 sts x 24 rows = 4” / 10 cm in brioche stitch flat, unblocked
20 sts x 28 rows = 4” / 10 cm in eyelet stitch flat, unblocked

needles
US 6 / 4.0 mm 40” / 100 cm circular needle

tools
stitch markers (Qty 2 or 4), tapestry needle

difficulty level
advanced beginner to intermediate

Many thanks to my tech editor Melissa Metzbower and to my amazing test knitters. And to my niece and amazing friends for having fun with the photos!