Great Hall Shawl by Emily O'Brien

Great Hall Shawl

August 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
25 stitches = 4 inches
in Slipped Stitch Background (included in pattern)
US 4 - 3.5 mm
830 - 926 yards (759 - 847 m)
Wingspan 60” (154cm), Depth 42” (93cm)
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In honor of Harry Potter’s Birthday, TeenyButton Studio has kits available including the pattern, yarn, and even an option for a totally adorable HP inspired bag! These kits will release at 5pm CT on 7/31! The pattern is included in the kit so if you’re wanting a kit, don’t buy the pattern separately! We will also be running a Knit Along for the pattern with prizes starting September 1st just in time for the Hogwarts Express to head back to the castle!

Conjure up some warmth with this sideways triangle shawl inspired by the Great Hall of a certain wizarding school. Rows of archways mimic the gothic architecture of the famous castle and are formed by fun and easy mosaic knitting. This pattern is easy to memorize once you get going so get ready for an engaging knit and magical finished piece. Both fully written and charted instructions are provided so you can knit from your preferred instructional format. There is also a Stitch Count Tracker/Checklist to keep track of your progress included.

Finished Dimensions:
Wingspan 60” (154cm), Depth 42” (93cm)

US 4 (3.5mm) 37” (93cm) circular needle

Fingering Weight 926 yds (847m)

Yarn in photos is from Teeny Button Studio
MC: The Boy Who Lived
CC: Philosopher

Darning Needle for weaving in ends
Stitch Markers

25 sts/4” garter stitch in Slip Background

There are Maximize Yarn Usage instructions in the main pattern. They will allow you to knit until you run out of yarn. This will make your final set of Archways taller. Please note that the sample shawl in the photos and listed dimensions does not use these instructions and is the basic pattern as written. Also if you choose to make the pattern with a yarn that has less yardage than my sample, instructions are provided so you will not be playing yarn chicken.

The fifth photo shows what the wrong side looks like if you’re curious!