As a knitter you could say that there is just something extra special about the cooler weather; some of us plan for it all year. Do we love it just because we can pull out all our cozy knits? Or is it more than that? Is it just woven in us simply because we are knitters? The Woven Shawl is a top-down triangle shawl designed with a simple texture and an added accent color with mini bobbles and classic ribbing. This is one project that will keep you knitting just one more row. It is the perfect cozy knit that you will reach for time after time all season long.
Miss Babs Tarte
75% Superwash Merino Wool, 15% Nylon, 10% Tencel; 500 yd/4.3 oz (457 m/122 g) skeins
2 skeins in main color, shown in Watercolor Memories and 1 skein in contrasting color, shown in Frangula
Or 940 yards/860 meters of fingering weight yarn in main color and 440 yards/403 meters in contrasting color.
Wingspan/Length: 66”/165 cm
Depth: 35”/87.5 cm
US 3 (3.25 m)] circular needle, 40”/100 cm long, or size to obtain gauge
Blocked: 24 stitches and 40 rows = 4”/10 cm square in Double Basket Weave stitch, used in Section One, see Special Techniques for repeat.
Four stitch markers
Waste yarn for cast on
US D (3.25 mm) crochet hook for cast on