Flight Delay Shawl - PDF knitting pattern
I used a silk noil yarn that loves to lay flat, so I leaned into the rustic vibe and did no treatment for the edges.The corner-to-corner construction of this one means you can maximize yarn usage, play around with sizing, play with how many colours you use, and mess around with how thick the stripes are.
I dreamed it up as my perfect travel knitting project this year. No matter what came at me, this project was always the right knitting. Jet lag? Conversations in my second language? Snatching a row here and there in the middle of a day of sightseeing? It’s simple and easy to pick up, and it’s more than enough knitting, no matter how long the flight delay!
•knit and purl
Width: 47” / 119.5 cm Depth: 54” / 137 cm
4 cones ITO Kinu (100% silk); 465 yd. / 425 m per cone
C1: 384 Snow Gray
C2: 386 Gray
C3: 385 Light Gray
C4: 358 Lemon
This pattern has been tech edited and test knit.
(Technically, this isn’t a square. Stockinette is a rectangular stitch (unlike garter, which is square), so while blocking will really help square it up, you probably will end up with something very nearly a square but not quite, just as I did.)