Anghymesur Shawl Digital Knitting Pattern
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This shawl materialized from the question of ‘what do I do with one skein of Gradient Sock Yarn if I’m not making socks?’
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This asymmetrical, triangular shawl is knit flat, using either a set of long straight needles or circular needles. It uses a lace pattern, with purled wrong side rows, as well as two stitch cables. The instructions are both charted and written. The pattern is written for one size, but is easily adjustable to the amount of yarn you have.
The sample was knit using Dragon Strings Phoenix Wings Gradient, which is 75% merino wool, and 25% nylon. If you are substituting yarn, any Merino/Nylon or wool Sock Yarn will work up well. This pattern is designed for single skein gradient/obmbre yarns, but it will work up well in just about any fingering weight yarn.
Note that gauge and yarn weight are both flexible for this pattern, though it will change the appearance and/or size of the finished object. Also, the sample was knit using almost all of the skein of recommended yarn. Please note that if you are a loose knitter, or are enlarging the pattern in any way, you may require an additional skein of recommended yarn.
This pattern has written instructions available as a secondary download, and the stitch pattern is both written and charted. This pattern also has an accessible large print option that is compatible with screen-reading software. This option includes only the written instruction.
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Sizes Available: One (adjustable). Sample shown with a wingspan of 64 inches (162.5 cm), and depth of 13 inches (33 cm)
463 yards (423 meters) of fingering/sock yarn or lace-weight yarn. Sample is knit in Dragon Strings Phoenix Wings Gradient in "Dark Crystal."(75% Superwash Merino 25% Nylon)
3 mm (US 1.5) circular or long straight needles suitable for a large number of stitches.
Gauge for Pattern:
34 sts and 40 rows = 4 inches (10 cm square) in stocking stitch
30 sts and 40 rows = 4 inches (10 cm square) in lace pattern, unstretched.
decreases: k2tog; k2togtbl; ssk; p2tog; k3tog; s1, k2tog, psso
working small cables without a cable needle
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Photo Credit: Stephanie Wallace
1) A knit lace shawl done in sock-weight yarn. The shawl is an asymmetrical triangle, with a gradient colour progression. The shawl is hanging against an iron fence.
2) A woman with a gradient sock yarn shawl over one shoulder. The end is caught in the wind and behind her.
3) Close up of knitted lace done in gradient sock yarn
4) Someone with a knit lace shawl wrapped around their shoulders. The shawl is a rainbow gradient from purple to red.