With Arms Outstretched Shawl - Knitting Pattern
While gauge is not usually important with shawls, it is for this design. I intentionally designed it to use as much of each color as possible, so it is important to check your gauge!
A special thank you to MadelineTosh for providing yarn support for this design, and to Wendy Bernard for her amazing stitch dictionary where I found this great mosaic pattern.
MadelineTosh, Tosh Sock (100% Superwash Merino, 395y/100g); in the colorways Moonglow, Flashdance and Star Scatter.
Or any other fingering/sport weight yarn with which you can achieve gauge.
Color A - Flashdance used approximately 375y/109g.
Color B - Moonglow used approximately 372y/108g.
Color C - Star Scatter used approximately 384y/111g.
Please note these are estimates only, and adjustments to the pattern and gauge may alter these numbers.
Tools, Gauge & Finished Measurements:
US size 6 (4.00mm) 40” (100cm) circular needle, the long cable will accommodate your shawl as it grows.
Use the needle size that gives you gauge with the yarn that you are using.
Locking stitch marker to indicate the right side of your fabric.
A darning needle to weave in ends.
22 stitches by 56 rows is equal to 4” (10cm) in garter stitch after blocking.
Shawl measures 84” (213cm) long by 20” (51cm) deep after blocking.
This pattern has been tech edited and test knit and should be error free. Should you have a question or a comment, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This listing is for a digital download of a PDF knitting pattern.