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Northern Lights Shawl

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Bring the colors of autumn to life with the Northern Lights Shawl. Made with subtle increases and basic yarn overs, this free knit shawl pattern is the perfect companion for chilly weather. Forget boring, bland designs - make this classic pattern today!

Northern Lights Shawl
Northern Lights Shawl
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Intermediate

Knitting Needle Size: 8 or 5 mm

Yarn Weight: (1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

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Aug 29, 2014

Why is this knitting pattern on a crotchet web site /(email)

 

Aug 11, 2014

Has anyone found the Libby pattern...cardigan for a girl My needles are waiting because school begins in a few weeks. Rosemary

 

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Aug 11, 2014

I really wish this was a written pattern.

 

Oct 7, 2013

the English version was very difficult to locate--took lots of "seek and ye shall find" to get the pattern I could read--how about labeling them with the language they are written in? If you've downloaded the pattern using Adobe, there is an icon for printing on the toolbar. I always copy the pattern into a word processor so there are so many pages and the charts can be enlarged for easier reading!

 

Oct 7, 2013

why not post an English version-I've looked at all the patterns, none are in English--even a diagram would have been helpful with a few English translated directions.

 

Aug 17, 2013

Looks soooo beautiful, but how do you make it???

 

Aug 13, 2013

Gorgeous details in this pattern, and thank you for providing it in several different languages to choose from.

 

Aug 12, 2013

I could log into the English directions let me say one thing they aren't very good. The Directions don't tell you how many stitches, or how many types of stitches to use to create the pattern. You kneed someone to write out the directions so that they are translated into English so everyone could knit the article. Otherwise why do you post knitted items that no one can understand?

 

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