Cornish Thrift Shawl Printed Pattern
This is a Printed Pattern
The Cornish Thrift Shawl looks fabulous in two shades of hand dyed yarn, highlighting all the subtle changes in colour. There is the option for a two or three skein version.
The shawl starts with just three stitches and increases are made on the wrong side along one edge. Place a locking stitch marker on the wrong side of the work early on to identify on which side increases are made.
A larger needle and contrasting yarn are used to work the Thrift pattern. To help you keep track of when to increase, note one stitch is increased for every garter ridge or stripe of Thrift cluster stitches.
To make the most of your yarn if you have any remaining you can continue in pattern for the final sections of Thrift Stitch and Garter Stitch.
If using the recommended yarn, the shawl can be wet blocked to open up the texture stitches and give you the largest size possible.
3 skein Shawl
Wingspan: 194cm (761⁄2 in) Depth: 96cm (373⁄4 in)
2 skein Shawl
Wingspan: 144cm (561⁄2 in) Depth: 89cm (35 in)
Ainsworth & Prin Merino and Silk Single (4ply weight; 70% superwash Merino wool, 30% Silk; 400m/437yds per 100g skein) yarn available here
3 skien shawl
MC: Cinnabar; 2 x 100g skeins CC: Mrs Dalloway 1 x 100g skein
2 skein shawl
MC: Winter in Narnia; 1 x 100g skein CC: Feather 1 x 100g skein
22sts and 40 rows to 10cm worked over garter stitch using 3.5mm needles.
22sts and 32 rows to 10cm worked over Thrift Pattern using 4.5mm needles.
Measure stretched and after blocking. You may need smaller or larger needles to match tension.
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