Wraparound Eyelet Shawlette

from Tess Young

Wraparound Eyelet Shawlette Pattern

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Knitting: Wraparound Eyelet Shawlette
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women, Men

Item:

Shawl

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knit, Purl, yarn over

Pattern Description:

This is a shawl originally designed for using up sock yarn leftovers. It requires 330m of the main colour and 150m of contrast yarns - the pattern gives a breakdown of the lengths of yarn required for each contrast section.

It's a quick and easy knit using Knit, Purl and Yarn Overs to create the pattern, and an optional picot cast off which combines casting on and off to create a pretty edge.

The finished shawl is crescent shaped so will wrap around your shoulders in a hug and it tends to stay put without a shawl pin. It will also hang nicely at the front if you prefer.

This can be knit from lace to 4 ply yarns, and double knit yarns using a larger needle. There are examples of shawls made with different yarn weights can be seen on Ravelry.

Gauge:

19.5 st x 48rows = 4 inches x 4 inches/10cm x 10cm knitted in pattern

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Wingspan - 58 inches / 148cm
  • Depth from centre back to botton edge - 15 inches / 38cm

Materials:

  • US6 - 4mm needles
  • 330m of main yarn
  • 150m of contrast yarns in total - individual yarndages are given for each contrast section

Suggested yarn:

525 yards of Fingering weight

About Designer

About Designer

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Tess Young lives in the north west of England with her partner, 2 rescue dogs and 2 rescue cats. These companions enrich her life immeasurably, bringing great joy and plenty of exasperation; she’ll leave you to decide which brings which. For their part they often see Tess disappearing into her stash of yarn, vintage patterns, textiles and haberdashery, often to the sound of ‘ah’ ‘ooh’ and ‘argh’ ...

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