This elegant shawl is a great addition to your autumn wardrobe and shows off your kettle dyed yarns and yarns with long colour changes perfectly. The lacy edging is a
great finish for these falling leaves. You can knit this shawl in any size and any yarn quality.
Sizes vary also depending on which yarn quality you use. I recommend knitting more pattern repeats when using fingering yarns to achieve a better width. My shawls are made from Hearthside Fibers Yarn Extravagance, DK, Spice (orange), Anishinaabe (dark blue) und Delphinarium (bright blue) needles 4mm and have a wing span of 200cm/79in (orange) and 240/95in (blue).
Techniques used are:
- Knits and purls,
- yarn overs and
- simple decreases.
Knit the set with matching mittens
What you need:
– 2 skeins Extravagance from Hearthside
Fibers, 280 yards (256 meters)/100g OR
– 1 skein Crystal by Hearthside Fibers, 412
yards (377 meters) /100g
– A cable needle (at least 80cm/30in) in an
appropriate size (I used 3mm for fingering,
4mm for DK)
– Tapestry needle to weave in ends
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This pattern includes two PDF files for the English version and the German version.