Pattern for a chunky warm xlarge shawl worked sideways, starting with 1 single stitch in the bottom ‘point’.
The pattern is divided in 3 knitting parts : the first part is the increasing section, followed by the straight second part. In the third part stitches are decreased, ending with 1 stitch again.
The shawl is finished with a lovely (optional) crochet border around the entire shawl.
Fully written pattern, with small chart for the optional crochet border.
This design is part of ‘Reasons to knit : part 1 : 1 stitch’.
Great patterns for beginners and more advanced knitters who want to make a relaxing shawl design without stress. You start with 1 single stitch (so no casting on fuss)
My shawl measures : 190cm/75in wide and 53cm/21in wide.
Yarn : Durable Chunky, 100 % wol, 1 ball = 100g = 70m. Shade : Pebble. (5,5 balls needed)
Knitting Needles : 12 mm (straight needles or circulars)
Crochet hook: 10 mm
Skill level : suitable for all skill levels