Country Cottage Shawl
It's a cold, rainy afternoon, and all you want to do is cuddle up on the couch with a hot cup of tea and a good book. The Country Cottage Shawl is made for days like these. This pattern is a great project for the intermediate knitter looking for a rainy day activity, such as the one described above. This cozy knit shawl pattern is both warm and elegant. So, if you do decide to leave the house, you'll already be dressed for the day. The super fine yarn gives this knitted shawl a light and airy look without all the bulk. Whenever you feel a bit chilly and you could use another lightweight layer, reach for this stunning shawl and you'll be all set.
Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm, Circular Knitting Needles
Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)
Gauge21 sts x 28 rows in St st, blocked. Take your time to check for correct gauge.
- Yarn: 4 – 100g/600yd balls, Universal Yarn Swiss Mohair (60% acrylic, 20% mohair, 20% nylon) color 2503 Ram
- US Size 6 (4.0 mm) 24” circular needles OR SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE
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Note: Work all patterns as charted.
WS rows are uncharted: purl all WS rows.
Cast on 360 sts, do not join.
Knit 1 row (WS).
Work even in Garter st for 6 more rows.
Next row (WS): Knit, inc 6 sts evenly across – 366 sts.
Next row (RS): K5, work row 1 of Wysteria Chart to last 5 sts, end K5.
Maint Garter border, work even in patt until piece measures 10” from cast on, ending after a RS row.
Purl 1 WS row, dec 3 sts evenly across —363 sts.
Next row (RS): K5, work row 1 of Climbing Vines Chart, end K5.
Work even in patt as set until piece measures 22”, ending after a WS row.
Next row (RS): K5, work row 1 of Terrace chart, end K5.
Work even in patt as set until piece measures 31 ½”, ending after a WS row.
Next row (RS): Knit.
Work even in Garter st for 7 more rows.
Bind off all sts loosely.
Weave in all ends. Block.
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