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Cute Knit Shawlette


Updated May 07, 2014
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Looking for some fun and free online knitting patterns? Take a look at this Cute Knit Shawlette pattern! To make it you will need some U.S. size 6 needles.

Cute Knit Shawlette
Cute Knit Shawlette
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Knitting Needle Size: 6 or 4 mm

Yarn Weight: (3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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Lovely pattern, easy to follow instructions, and it turned out like the picture. The drape is nice--easy to wear unlike some shawl designs. Love it! -)

Why does it say "Easy" and when you get to the pattern it says "Experienced"(difficult!) Uuuggghh!!!

Don't be so hard on yourself,please. Just wanted to share my experience. I was a very new knitter,saw a lace pattern I liked. I didn't even know it was lace (I'm serious). I looked at all the stitches the pattern called for and realized I could do them. (we only have knit & purl,the rest was explained) So I bought the book with the pattern in it and started by myself. It wasn't until I got to my knitting guild that I was told I was doing 'lace' knitting..I still didn't realize what I was doing, I was just happy they told me I was doing it correctly! LOL. I really love lace, I think it is the variety for me. I immediately wanted to knit this Shawlette when I saw it.. I will have to look at the pattern and add it to my stack. Oh, I always keep track of my rows on a tablet and I never put down my knitting until I have finished the row. And I never wear anything I have knitted around my mishap was enough!

it says easy....go to the pattern and experienced....get it right....ty for the free patterns though as I do like them...this is too hard....

I think it is beautiful and hopefully one day I will have the skill to do it. right now I consider myself to be below that skill level.

I'm confused. The pattern shows as rated "Easy". However on the site where the pattern actually is, it shows as "Experienced". Looks to be the latter - I'm saving the pattern anyway because I really like it. It is above my experience level for now though! LOL!

did that also....easy? did not think so :)

I downloaded the pattern and started it. Unfortunately, I read the yarn name wrong and ordered Elann Bamboo/Cotton blend which is a beautiful yarn but not the right yarn to get the stitch definition that the real yarn did. I also recommend using markers quite frequently when you get to the leaf rows. I did not and relied on counting stitches in each repeat and kept messing my count up. I would be okay on one row and then managed to add or lose stitches in the next row somewhere. I finally gave up and ripped out the 4 inches or more that I had already done. Some day, I will get the right yarn and make it again. It does knit up fast and even with the mistakes, it looked okay and you could not really see the mistakes but if anyone saw the picture after looking at my version they would see that it was nothing like the original due to all of my mistakes. Putting it mildly, I did not do justice to this pattern at all. Next time, though, it will look like hers.


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