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Country Club Shawl

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Make this long vintage shawl for your next outing in order to add a vintage flair to your wardrobe. The Country Club Shawl features a simple lace pattern that most knitters will be able to easily master. By using U.S. size 10 knitting needles, this shawl will knit up quickly. Whether paired with casual attire or a fancy dress, this shawl is a classic design that will always be in style.

This image courtesy of www.freevintageknitting.com

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Knitting Needle Size: 10 or 6 mm

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Ok, tell me if I read your answer to my question correctly, after you purl 3 together, you (k1, p1, and k1) into the next stitch? I guess I don't know how to do that, could you explain that part in more detail? If I did not read your response correctly, please let me know and help me understand it more clearly. Thanks!

You purl 3 together and then you k1, p1, k1 into 1 stitch which makes up for the purl 3 together. So everytime you purl 3 together, the next one makes up for those that you purled together....k1, p1, k1 into 1 stitch.

I did the k1, p1, k1 into the next stitch after the purl3 together but if I follow that pattern throughout the row, the shawl still keeps getting smaller and smaller. What am I doing wrong? I was also purling across the entire 2nd and 4th rows as it says.

I really was looking forward to this pattern and I cant figure it out - there is a piece missing to the puzzsle - it just got smaller and smaller - help me!!!!

You're missing the k1,p1,k1 into the next stitch-you are replacing the lost stitches in the very next stitch. I've made this and the pattern is correct as written. hope this helps.

I assume you must do some yarn-overs to compensate for the P3 together.The pattern is flawed.

The pattern is not flawed-it is being read incorrectly-after the p3, k1,p1,k1 into the same stitch-this recovers the used stitches and allows you to carry on with the pattern.

There is something missing in the instructions. One line says to purl three stitches together across the row, but there is no line to put those stitches back. You can't keep decreasing and end up with a shawl. Help!

The pattern is p3, k1,p1,k1 into the next stitch-you are replacing the used stitches in the next stitch.

@suemontgomery 7880179: Simply knit the next stitch. You should read this direction as "K1" -- Editors of AllFreeKnitting

What does K1 into next stitch mean? How is that done?

k1 simply means knit 1 into the next stitch.

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