Saeth is a triangular shawl composed of textured sections and finished with a lace border. Saeth means “arrow”, referencing the many different arrow and chevron motifs that are incorporated into the design. The finished product is cosy enough to act as a blanket scarf in the winter yet light enough to be used as a shawl on cool summer evenings. The shawl is knit flat and works up quickly in bulky weight yarn. The pattern is simple enough for a confident beginner but varied enough to keep more advanced knitters happy! The chevron and lace sections can be worked from either written instructions or charts.
Blocked dimensions: 178cm x 81cm (70” x 32”)
Yarn: 462m / 505yds bulky weight
[Sample shown used exactly 3 balls of We Are Knitters The Petite Wool in Grey, 10% extra yardage has been added to allow for different tensions]
Needles: One 100cm / 40″ circular needle in size needed to obtain gauge listed
Suggested Size: 8 mm / US 11
Other materials: Stitch markers (minimum of 4), tapestry needle, blocking materials (please note that blocking is important in order to open up the lace section and achieve stated dimensions).
Skills needed: knit, purl, increases and decreases, slipping stitches, basic lace, garter tab cast on, sewn bind off.