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Tuesday Lunchtime Shawl

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A knitting pattern for a shawl. A long and skinny triangular shawl, worked in a fun reversible cable pattern. It’s one-by-one ribbing, essentially, but the cables bring a clever and interesting honeycomb effect.

Never done reversible cables? Now’s your chance! Wanting to try cabling without a cable needle? This would be a super project. Suitable for kntiters confident with increasing and decreasing, and chart reading. Cable experience not required.

As shown, it’s worked in a DK weight. In a chunkier yarn, this is a quick knit and a good way to use up a smaller quantity – sweater leftovers, perhaps? In a finer yarn – a skein of something too good for socks, maybe? – this would be a great all-season accessory, a nice accent with a light jacket.

Suggested Yardage by Yarn Weight:
Chunky – 14-16 sts over 4 inches/10 cm in St st: 250 yds/230 m
Aran/Worsted – 18-20 sts over 4 inches/10 cm in St st: 300-350 yds/275-325m
DK/Sport – 22-26 sts over 4 inches/10 cm in St st: 350-450 yds/325-410 m
Fingering – 28+ sts over 4 inches/10 cm in St st: 400-500 yds/365-455 m
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