Golden Valley Shawl Knitting Pattern PDF

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This triangular lace shawl is knit from the top down using either fingering weight or sport weight yarn and a long circular needle. The pattern provides complete instructions for both the garter stitch tab cast-on and picot bind-off. Stitch patterns are provided in charts only.

Finished (Blocked) Measurements (sport weight version):
64 inches/163 cm wide across top edge and 29 inches/74 cm long from center of top edge to bottom point

Finished (Blocked) Measurements (fingering weight version):
62 inches/158 cm wide across top edge and 28 inches/71 cm long from center of top edge to bottom point

Materials (sport weight version):
--635 yards/580 m sportweight wool; sample was knit with Anzula Ava [80% superwash merino, 10% cashmere, 10% nylon; 330 yds/301 m per 110g skein]; Toffee, 2 skeins.
--US #5/3.75mm 24-inch or 32-inch circular needle OR SIZE NEEDED TO OBTAIN GAUGE
--US #6/4.00mm 24-inch or 32-inch circular needle

Materials (fingering weight version):
--525 yards/480 m sportweight wool; sample (the blue shawl in the photos) was knit with Anzula Squishy [80% superwash merino, 10% cashmere, 10% nylon; 385 yds/352 m per 114g skein]; Hippo, 2 skeins.
--US #4/3.5mm 24-inch or 32-inch circular needle OR SIZE NEEDED TO OBTAIN GAUGE
--US #5/3.75mm 24-inch or 32-inch circular needle

Notions:
--Smooth scrap yarn and size G/4.00mm crochet hook for garter stitch tab cast-on, stitch markers, tapestry needle, stainless steel T-pins, blocking wires (optional)

Gauge (sport weight):
17 sts/34 rows = 4”/10 cm in stockinette stitch using smaller needle, after blocking
To save time, check gauge.

Gauge (fingering weight):
18 sts/32 rows = 4”/10 cm in stockinette stitch using smaller needle, after blocking
To save time, check gauge.

Golden Valley is named after a verse in Woody Guthrie’s famous song, “This Land Is Your Land.”

“As I was walking that ribbon of highway,
I saw above me that endless skyway:
I saw below me that golden valley:
This land was made for you and me.”