One Row Crescent by Natasha Sills

One Row Crescent

Knitting
June 2019
Any gauge - designed for any gauge ?
US 6 - 4.0 mm
400 - 2000 yards (366 - 1829 m)
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The One Row Crescent is a deceptively simple crescent shaped scarf/shawl that can be made with any yarn, any gauge, any size.

The sample shawl uses 1 ball of Nom yarn in the color Bingpot and a US 6 (4 mm) needle, and it’s about 72” wide, 12” deep at the center. Gauge is unimportant. Judge the way the fabric looks and feels, and adjust your needle size as necessary. Start with a minimum of 100 grams of yarn. For a larger shawl, use 200-300 grams.

To substitute yarn, choose a needle a bit larger than recommended:
Lace weight—US 4 (3.5 mm)
Fingering weight—US 6 (4 mm)
Sport weight—US 8 (5 mm)
Worsted Weight—US 9-10 (5.5-6 mm)

️‍️I am donating 100% of the money I make from the sale of this pattern to charities that support the LGBTQ community.


First donation 6/29/19: $200 to The Tegan & Sara Foundation
Second donation 7/1/19: $200 to The Montrose Center
Third donation 7/10/19: $150 to The Trevor Project
Fourth donation 8/1/19: $200 to GLAD