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Merrow Berries Shawl

My Merrow Berries triangular shawl is inspired by small details of the natural world that catch my eye during walks near my house. The stitch pattern is based on branches and berries in the rain! The shawl is knitted as a long right-angled triangle with a series of stitch patterns that are gradually extended as the shawl grows. I love the asymmetric design element that is created when the shawl is worn with the long side wrapped around the shoulders!

The Merrow Berries shawl is worked as a right angled triangle, knitted from tip to wide cast off. The outer shawl edges are knitted in garter stitch with the cast off edge worked in a picot pattern. The stitch pattern begins with a wrap stitch, which is knitted by drawing a loop of yarn through from the back of the work to the front, creating a small diagonal knitted line. In the second pattern section, this is extended with a large double-eyelet. The third pattern section includes textured garter stitch rows. All three sections of the shawl are visually linked by using the wrap-stitch throughout.

Rico Superba Premium Mouliné 4ply Yarn (75% wool, 25% polyamide, approx 380m/415yd per 100g ball)
Shade (006) Coral-Pink; 1 × 100g balls

25 (24, 20)sts × 26 (24, 29) rows to 10cm × 10cm over patterns A (B, C), using 4mm needles

This one-ball shawl pattern can be knitted in any 4ply yarn with similar or greater meterage/ yardage. (Please note that knitting with a different yarn and/or pattern tension will result in a different shawl size.)

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