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Kirsten has been knitting, sewing and creating for as long as she can remember. She worked for many years as a fashion and then textile designer in NYC. Designing knitting patterns allows her the ...
Kirsten has been knitting, sewing and creating for as long as she can remember. She worked for many years as a fashion and then textile designer in NYC. Designing knitting patterns allows her the opportunity to combine her love of garment construction and surface design.View all patterns by designer (3) »
The top edge of the two color Ziggity shawl curves slightly up at the center back to give added protection to the neck on cold days. The bottom edge has a gentle curve which may be blocked to soft points as shown or with a straight edge.
Simple garter stitch gives way to a lively zig-zag lace pattern. Experiment with color - try working each section of the zig-zag in a different yarn, or work the garter stitch in a variegated yarn and the lace in a solid. The more adventuresome may even want to try two different colorways of self striping yarn. For a more understated look a single solid color will make an elegant shawl for a more formal occasion.
Ziggity may be worn tossed casually around the neck like a scarf, draped over the shoulders as a shawl or even wrapped multiple times around the neck with the ends tied and tucked under as a cowl. Have fun experimenting with multiple ways to style this shape
17 sts & 40 rows = 4" in garter stitch- blocked, always take the time to check gauge