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Sunflower Field Shawl

from Natalie Servant Designs
(6) Name: 'Knitting : Sunflower Field Shawl
Sunflower Field Shawl
Sunflower Field Shawl
Sunflower Field Shawl
Sunflower Field Shawl

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit
  • purl
  • increase (yo, m1)
  • decrease (ssk, k2tog, sssk, k3tog, ssssk, k4tog)

Pattern Description:

This triangular shawl was inspired by sunflower fields. It has a center panel of leaves and triangular panels with sunflowers. The border mimics the shape of the petals.

It is a charted and written lace design, with lace knitting on every other row. This shawl can be knit in anything from lace weight on up and has been test knit in lace, fingering, and sport weight yarn. A small shawl has 3 leaves in the center panel and a large has 4.

The shawl takes from 425 - 750 yards of yarn, depending on the size knit and the yarn weight.

The shawl is knit from the top centre out, beginning with a long tab cast on. The pattern includes stitches like yo, single decreases (ssk, k2tog) and double decreases (sssk, k3tog), and triple decreases (ssssk, k4tog).

Gauge:

loose enough to make the lace visible when the shawl is blocked

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Lace: small 55"x21", large 60"x26"
  • Fingering: small 57"x23", large 60"x28"
  • Sport: small 75"x25", large 85"x34"

Materials:

  • Lace weight: small 450yds/412m, large 625yds/572m
  • Fingering weight: small 425yds/389m, large 600yds/549m
  • Sport weight: small 550yds/503m, large 725yds/663m

You Will Also Need:

  • needles appropriate for your yarn weight (e.g., US6/4mm for fingering, US8/5mm for sport)
  • darning needle
  • stitch markers
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$6.00

Intermediate
Knitting
Accessory
Women, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized
Shawl
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I'm a lifelong crafter, but settled on knitting in university when I wanted sweaters but couldn't afford to buy them. My first knitting love was lace. I'm sure I'll keep returning to lace, but there ...

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