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Attic Magic Shawl

By: Ratcha Chambers from Learn Knitting Stitches

This bright and beautiful knit shawl is a whimsical knit accessory perfect for curling up with a hot cup of cocoa or watching an old movie on the couch. The Attic Magic Shawl is a triangular knit shawl pattern with a whimsical eyelet lace edge. This pattern would look great with self-patterning yarn (as shown in the picture), but would look lovely with solid color yarn as well. Have fun with this easy knitting pattern - it's a great way to learn the basic shawl structure.

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Knitting Needle Size9 or 5.5 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

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

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I like that! I don't know whether it's all the combined colors or the shape, but I really like it. I was disappointed that I couldn't find written instructions. Not everyone wants to watch a video to see how to do things. I probably won't be making this even though I do like the looks of it.

Hi paver2, the written pattern instructions are right on the blog page, sort of in the middle, above where the video is. The video is just to help people understand how to do the pattern stitches in rows 1 and 2. So you can still make this pretty shawl if you want to without having to sit in front of your computer or phone for the video.

A perfectly knit triangular shawl, this time knit from the top down instead of from the bottom up. This shawl is good for beginning knitters who are anxious to spread their wings and try something more complex. The designer added a pretty border which is knit separately and then sewn on to complete the shawl.

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