Knit me a garden shawl by Petra Breakstone

Knit me a garden shawl

March 2020
both are used in this pattern
DK (11 wpi) ?
12 stitches and 21 rows = 4 inches
in Garter stitch in DK weight, unblocked
US 10 - 6.0 mm
387 yards (354 m)
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This is Knit me a garden, a beautiful crescent shaped shawl knitted in colorful and texture rich yarns. It’s worked from the top down in Garter and Stockinette stitch followed by a beautiful lace border. The colors as shown really do remind one of a garden, don’t they?
Aah, I can just smell it….
Take a break and knit a garden for yourself~

The pattern is written, has a lace chart and it was tech edited and test knitted. This test knit had the most ever test knitters! I just couldn’t turn any away, so it simply became the more the merrier….

The shawl measures as shown in wingspan 82“, the height in the middle is 16“ though it can easily be made bigger in the middle section. Remember though that the lace border has a repeat of 9 stitches, so increase in 9 stitch increments as needed in part 3 and 4.
Of course more yarn will be needed….

1 Skein of Yarnology, a variety of textures, colors and yarn weights, in fact 7 changes of 34 yards each make up each skein.
1 skein of Bambon, a DK weight bamboo/cotton blend yarn that is super soft and has incredible stitch definition. 154 yards a skein.
Complete knit kits at 15% off through March 15th are available at use coupon code: Garden

Alternatively use your stash
7 portions of 34 yards each in fingering, sport, DK, worsted and bulky weights in colors of your choice from tone on tone to wild and crazy and anything in between. Have fun!

US size 10 (6 mm) circular needle 40” (101 cm) in length.
24 stitch markers.
Darning needle for finishing.

Gauge:12 sts and 21 rows in 4” of Garter stitch in DK weight, unblocked.

Techniques used:
Knitting flat, purling, increasing, slipping stitches, knitting loosely, lace knitting, blocking, stretchy bind off.

Level of expertise: Intermediate

Enjoy your pretty Knit me a garden shawl and share photos when you get to knit it with #knitmeagardenshawl