Magic Symmetry Shawl by Deb Gemmell

Magic Symmetry Shawl

Knitting
July 2019
Any gauge - designed for any gauge ?
garter stitch
100 - 250 yards (91 - 229 m)
Scarf (small) 56"/143cm wide x 14"/36cm deep; Shawl (large) 70"/178cm wide x 18"/46cm deep
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Dive into your stash and collect some odd balls together and get ready to cast on. 100-200g of yarn will make a scarf or shawl. Start at one point and work in garter stitch, working Magic Rows which will produce a shawl with tails of equal length. Yes, it’s symmetrical. Choose 1 of the 3 different Magic Rows to work with. The Magic Rows are set up so you can easily know when to work them. Gotta love that.

Do you have a suggestion for a different stitch pattern in the Magic Rows?

Suggestion 1: by me, work the Daisy Stitch which makes a little cluster of stitches:
Magic Row 1: With new colour, work increase as set and then knit across row.
Magic Row 2: Knit first set of edge stitches as set, over next 4 stitches work P3tog (do not take sts off needle), YO and P3tog (same 3 sts as before), remove 3 sts from Left needle, P1; repeat from.