Half a Granny Square Shawl by Churchmouse Yarns and Teas

Half a Granny Square Shawl

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November 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
5 stitches = 4 inches
in Granny Square
3.75 mm (F)
688 yards (629 m)
Scarf/Kerchief: Approx. 46"/117cm, Shawl: Approx. 64"/163cm along long edge
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Discontinued. This digital pattern is no longer available online.

“Rustic, modern, and wearable!”
When is a granny square not a square? When it’s half a square, or a triangle! Familiar yet current in Brooklyn Tweed Loft, a soft spun 2-ply fingering weight yarn that’s woolly and light, the ample 64”/163 cm wingspan of this shawl wraps you up warmly. Over a tee or tucked inside your jacket, just a pop of rustic fun!

The free pattern includes instructions for the ‘half-granny stitch’, as well as dimensions for a sized down kerchief version. Five skeins of Loft is enough for either size.

Scarf/Kerchief: Approx. 46”/117cm along long edge of triangle x 23”/58cm deep at center, after blocking.
Shawl: Approx. 64”/163cm along long edge of triangle x 31”/79cm deep at center, after blocking.

For a smaller triangle, stop sooner (our small window valance measured 26”/66cm along the long edge); for a larger triangle, just keep going—and adjust yarn amounts accordingly.

5 skeins Brooklyn Tweed Loft (275 yds/251m each); one skein each of 5 colors (We used Truffle Hunt, Tallow, Faded Quilt, Sap, and Embers).
Or approx. 688 yds/629m (scarf) 1375 yds/1257m (shawl) of an equivalent fingering- weight yarn. Note: Ten 3dc/ch1 clusters uses approx. 4½ yds/4m of yarn.

Please note: Our sample utilized color Tallow which has been retired and is no longer available.

US F/5 (3.75mm) crochet hook, or size to obtain gauge.
Locking stitch marker.
Darning needle.

Approx. 5½ 3dc/ch1 clusters = 4”/10cm, after blocking.