Jigsaw Shawl by Katrina Walser

Jigsaw Shawl

Knitting
May 2018
DK (11 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette
US 8 - 5.0 mm
402 - 462 yards (368 - 422 m)
S, L
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Have you ever picked up a skein of yarn and just fallen in love with it? That’s what happened when I found MooRoo’s Moonbeam yarn. It’d been a long day of wandering around the stalls at a fibre arts fair, and I was on the hunt for a skein of something with silk and a bit of shine to it. Finally, right as I was about to give up, there it was. Silk and merino, super squishy with just the right amount of shine, and I was hooked.

It was coming up to summer as I designed this, so making a shawl seemed like a strange thing to do. But I wanted to see what I could make with one skein of the yarn and given how shimmery it is, it seemed like the perfect yarn to make a little kerchief shawl out of for those days where you just want a bit of neck bling. After that, though, I couldn’t resist making it a big sister for the Fall. That way you can make one of each size and use them all year round.

The shawl is a knit using a lace chart and larger needles so it works up quickly. I had a lot of fun making mine and I hope you do too!

Difficulty: Advanced
Small Size: Small: 113cm (44.5”) wide, 46cm (18”) tall
Large Size: 136cm (53.5”) wide, 66cm (26”) tall
Gauge: 16 sts and 28 rows to 10cm (4”) measured in stockinette on size 5mm needles after blocking
Recommended needles: 5 mm (US 8) circular needles
Yarn: MooRoo Yarn DK, 1[2] skeins. 201[402]m (231[462] yds): https://www.etsy.com/shop/MooRooYarn
Usage: You may sell items made from this pattern
Notation: Only charted instructions provided. Units are given in both Australian and US notations.