Rosemary by Matilda Kruse


August 2019
Sport (12 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 10 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette (after harsh blocking)
US 4 - 3.5 mm
984 - 1050 yards (900 - 960 m)
224 cm wingspan along top edge and 44 cm deep
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Rosemary is a crescent shaped shawl with garter ridges and slipped stitches creating horizontal lines. This shawl is a relaxing knit with a bit of challenge when it comes to the interesting edge.

German version only available via Rosy Green Wool - Deutsche Anleitung nur über Rosy Green Wool erhältlich.

Yarn: Cheeky Merino Joy (100g = 320m) from Rosy Green Wool. 200 g of color A (main color) and 100 g of color B (contrast color). For sample shawls colorways “Cedar” (dark) and “Haze” was used.
Size: Approx. 224 cm along the top edge and 44 cm from top down.
Gauge (after blocking): Shawl body: 16 stitches is 10 cm (after quite harsh blocking).
Edge: 20 stitches is 10 cm.
Needles: 100 cm circular needles 3.5 mm, or the size you need to obtain gauge.
Other supplies: Two stitch markers plus one removable stitch marker.

This shawl is a collaboration with Rosy Green Wool, a yarn producer that means a lot to me as a designer and small business owner. My name is Matilda, I am running my online yarn shop since december 2014… but it wasn’t until a few months later it really became Organic Knitters, it was when I found Rosy and Patrick and their beautiful and organically certified yarns. We’ve been working along since then and I eventually started to design my own patterns. Then one day Rosy and Patrick asked me to design a shawl for them in Cheeky Merino Joy. I am so proud and honored to have been asked this question and so excited about the release of “Rosemary shawl”, which I named after Rosy and with Rosemary scent and leafs in mind.


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 #artichoke_sweater and #matildakrusedesign to share them with me.

Warm wishes,
Matilda Kruse