Stone Ridge Shawl
PDF download for Stone Ridge Shawl knit pattern.
Inspiration for this design is derived from the sense of order that results from stacked stones that highlight the natural contours of a rural landscape. This shawl includes three easy to remember stitch patterns. The orderly eyelet edge borders a gently curved garter stitch main section. This “field” of garter fabric is further contained by a smooth I-cord edge. Knit in rows from tip to tip, increases and decreases not only shape the main body but also create a subtle scalloped edge in the eyelet section. This method of construction allows for yarn weight choice flexibility. Upon reaching the middle, use 51% of the yarn to complete the entire decrease section. Also choose a needle size that is large enough to achieve open eyelets and a drapey fabric.
Dimension (after blocking): approximately 13″ at center and 63″ from tip to tip.
Yarn: approximately 430 yards fingering weight.
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