Grateful by Matilda Kruse


November 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 3 - 3.25 mm
656 yards (600 m)
195 cm wide and 56 cm top down
Flag of English English Swedish
This pattern is available for kr.61.32 SEK buy it now

Do you like my designs? Get a 25% coupon to use in my Ravelry Store by signing up to my email list. You’ll receive a message from me 1-2 times a month and I’ll share with you my designs, thoughts and dreams. Sign up here!

What are you grateful for in your life? Our focus is often on things we do not have. Goals we want to achieve. Dreams we want fulfilled. Or even material things we don’t think we can live happily without. The grateful shawl is all about gratitude. To acknowledge what we do have. Big or small. Relations? Memories? Skills? Pets? A beautiful old vase? There are so much to be grateful for, don’t let us forget.

This pattern includes a five day gratitude challenge. Please check out the #grateful_shawl_challenge hashtag on Instagram if you are curious.*


Size: Size is easily adjustable, my shawl is 195 cm along the top edge and 56 cm from top down

Yarn: This shawl could be knitted in many different yarns and weights. I used Manx Merino Fine from Rosy Green Wool (200m/50g). Three skeins (600m and 150g) is enough for a shawl in my size. Add one skein for a larger shawl!

Needles: circular needles, 3.25 mm and 80-100 cm, you will also need four stitch markers

Gauge (after blockning): 24 stitches and 32 rows is 10x10 cm in stockinette


My name is Matilda and I am the designer of this pattern. When buying my patterns you support me as an independent knitwear designer. It means the world to me. Thank you!

I am currently working on new pattern designs. If you want to follow my creative process and everyday (knitting) life please follow me on Instagram: @organicknitters. All my patterns are published here on Ravelry.

It is an amazing feeling to see my design on your needles! I would love to see your work in progress and finished project! Use the hashtag #matildakrusedesign to share them with me.

Warm wishes,
Matilda Kruse