Seymour Shawlette

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Seymour Shawlette Pattern

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Knitting: Seymour Shawlette
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Knitting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized

Item:

Shawl

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit
  • purl
  • yarn over
  • sssk
  • k3tog
  • make 3 from 1
  • double yarn overs
  • make 3 from 3
  • provisional cast on

Pattern Description:

Seymour Shawlette
is the third piece in a series of shawls
and wraps inspired by the lives of the
six wives of Henry VIII.
This shawlette is designed with three
triangles made of solid stripes of
stockinette stitch interrupted by a lace
stripe that evokes tiny forget-me-nots
and crowns, flowing into overlapping
ovals and hearts at the bottom edges.
This is a perfect project for hand-dyed
lace-weight yarn, and a lovely lightweight
accessory for summer or any
time.

Gauge:

not important as this is light and airy and knitted above recommended gauge on yarn label.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 18" deep x 30" wide at each of 3 triangular panels

Materials:

  • 440 yards laceweight
  • US 7 circular needles, at least 40" long
  • crochet hook in size close to working needle size (for provisional cast on only)

You Will Also Need:

  • 6 stitch markers
  • smooth yarn for provisional cast on
  • blocking supplies

About Designer

About Designer

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My name is Deborah, and I design under the name ObliviousKnits. I've been making things my whole life, mostly self-taught. I taught myself to knit about 9 years ago? I got obsessed!
I also crochet, bead, paint, draw, play with fiber and drop spindle, all while watching disgusting amounts of tv. My husband and I play guitar and write songs, but mostly I like playing with YARN.

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