Taj Mahal Shawlette

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Taj Mahal Shawlette Pattern


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Knitting: Taj Mahal  Shawlette
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit garter stitch, increase by knitting front and back, instructions included for i-cord edging (finishing), knitting in the round for tassels (optional)

Pattern Description:

This quick heart-shaped shawlette is the perfect size and shape for a touch of warmth and a classy accent to wear at your neck.

Bring out the beauty in a single skein of hand painted or other special yarn by combining it with a hardworking standard like Knitpicks Palette.

A small amount of a third accent color finishes off the look.

The optional flirty tassel embellishments make this an eye catcher that is also fun to wear.


5.5" and 11 rows per inch on size 6(4mm) needles. Exact gauge is not critical but may affect finished size and yardage required.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • As written finished size is 41" across top and 11" deep, excluding embellshment


  • 225 yds Main Color, 100yds Contrast Color B, and 50 yds Contrast Color C all in fingering weight yarn, size 6 ndl (straight or circular) /dpn for tassels, yarn needle, small amount of fiberfill stuffing for tassels
  • size 6 ndl (straight or circular) /dpn for tassels

Suggested yarn:

375 yards of Fingering weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

any fingeringweight yarn is suitable

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I love to take an idea and translate it into knitting. If it pushes the boundaries of what has been done, that is even better. Modular knitting is probably my favorite knitting as the individual pieces are easy to remember and you can put it down and pick it back up and not have to spend much time thinking about where you are in the pattern.

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