Joyful shawl by Matilda Kruse

Joyful shawl

by Matilda Kruse
Knitting
September 2017
Sport (12 wpi) ?
23 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch
US 4 - 3.5 mm
930 - 1039 yards (850 - 950 m)
one size
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PATTERN DETAILS

Joyful is a shawl full of joy. Joy for all the good things in life and for the small moments of knitting. If you like it and will spread even more joy, please share a picture on your project with #joyfulshawl.

Size: One size. 200 cm wingspan along top edge and 57 cm from top edge to bottom tip.

Yarn: Three skeins á 100 g in three different colors of Cheeky Merino Joy from Rosy Green Wool (100 g = 320 m). Color A (mustard yellow): ”Honey Pie”, 93 g used for sample. Color B (white): ”Edelweiss”, 80 g used for sample (including tassles). Color C (grey):”Cornish Slate”, 80 g used for sample.

You can also use any other sports weight yarn with at least 320 m per 100 g.

Gauge (after blocking): 22 stitches and 36 rows is 10 cm in garter stitch after blocking. Gauge is not crucial for this project but a different gauge will affect meterage and finished size.

Needles: 100 cm circular needle 3.5 mm or the size you need to get matching gauge.

THANK YOU ❤

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 hashtags #joyfulshawl and #matildakrusedesign to share them with me.

Warm wishes,
Matilda Kruse