PDF knitting pattern scarf, shawl, garter stitch, lace reversible shawl: Breaking Dawn
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Breaking Dawn is worked sideways starting at the tip. It is worked in a multi-coloured yarn and a matching semi-solid to show how great multi coloured yarns can look when worked up in knitted fabric. The shape is basically a narrow triangle formed by slowly increasing on one side. To add some interest, I added lace on both sides of the shawl which come together in the last section of the shawl.
easy to adapt in size by continuing to work charts B1 and B2
this shawl also looks great when worked completely in a single colour or a multi-coloured yarn.
C1: 382 yds/350 m fingering weight yarn.
C2: 382 yds/350 m fingering weight yarn.
Sample is shown in Dutch Knitting Design's Krokus. (382 yds/350 m per 100gr) Colourways; C1: OOAK; C2: Bright Day.
Needles: 1 US 5/3.75mm circular of length 40 in/100 cm.
Stitch markers: 3
18 sts and 40 rows = 4 in /10 cm in Garter Stitch.
Directions are given for 1 size: 33.5 in/ 85 cm on the widest point and a wingspan of 84.5 in/215 cm wide.
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