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Diamond Creek Shawl -- PDF knitting pattern

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Diamond-shaped leaves drift along one side of this texture-filled shawl. Rows of garter stitch interspersed with lines of ribbing add to its sense of flow and direction.

This asymmetrical shawl is worked from one tip to the opposite edge. It increases three stitches every four rows along the top edge. The shawl begins with garter rib. After about half of the total rows are worked, the diamond lace pattern is introduced along the bottom edge of the shawl. Each pattern repeat adds another section of diamonds until they are worked across the entire length of the rows by the end of the shawl.

Pattern instructions are both written and charted and include notes on how to customize the length of the shawl.

Gauge is not critical for this pattern, but using a different yarn weight or needle size will affect the size of the finished shawl.

58” / 147 cm in length and 29” / 74 cm deep at deepest point

Approximately 900 yds / 823 m of fingering weight yarn
Sample shown in Northbound Knitting Merino/Nylon Fingering (460 yds / 421 m per 100 g; 75% superwash merino, 25% nylon) in Saffron (2 skeins)

US size 4 / 3.5 mm circular needles, at least 40” /100 cm in length

24 sts x 40 rows per 4” / 10 cm in Garter Stitch after blocking 24 sts x 38 rows per 4” / 10 cm in Diamond Lace after blocking Exact gauge is not critical but will affect the size of the finished shawl and the amount of yarn needed.

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