- Pattern Type
- All Knitted
- Shawls and Wraps
This shoulder shawl has a fun shape â€“ it consists of 5 wedge-shaped sections. On each even-numbered round, you are increasing 10 stitches, so your work widens dramatically as you knit. If you wish, you can experiment â€“ knit fewer or more wedges to make a shawlette that is narrower or wider. You will, of course, have to adjust the amount of yarn you are using should you alter the pattern.
The unblocked shawl measures 14â€ down the long edge of each triangle. Blocked it measures 23â€ down the long edge of each triangle. These measurements are approximate because they depend on how severely you block your piece.
Shawl in photo made using 2 skeins of The Loopy Ewe Solid Series in the â€œHydrangeaâ€ colorway with 17 grams left over.
Yarn: 400-440 yards of fingering weight, such as the Loopy Ewe Solid Series line.
Gauge: 5 sts = 1" in stockinette
Needles: US 6 (4mm)