Baby shawl, knitted in a 2 ply baby wool. Pattern only. This sale does not include any finished articles.
This pattern was published by Patons and Baldwins in Australia, I believe in the late 1940's, however there is no date on the pattern book. The title of this book is - Patons Knitting Book, No. 173.
Measurements for the finished shawl are 53 x 53 inches.
The wool used for the original pattern was Patons Scotch Fingering Wool, 2 ply. Needles required are 1 pair No. 9 My research has found that the current needle sizes are: Size 9- ( AUS -3.75mm), ( UK -9), (USA -3)
This file is in a PDF format with original pattern pages in 1 file. Please let me know if you have any problems downloading or reading the pattern.
VERY IMPORTANT In order for your work to be the same size as the original I strongly suggest that you check your tension as this is an old pattern and today's wool will knit up differently.
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My most frequently asked question relates to 'scratchy' wool. I use high quality wool. This is usually Shepherd merino baby wool. Definitely not a 'scratchy' wool.