Mint Fringed Shawl Pattern


Mint Fringed Shawl Pattern

This fringed shawl knitting pattern is easy to knit and makes a great gift!


Mint Fringed Shawl Pattern
Mint Fringed Shawl Pattern

It's easy to become obsessed with this Mint Fringed Shawl. Not only is the color happening and trendy, but the fringes give it a unique, summery vibe that's almost impossible to get over. We love this shawl paired with a tank top and white shorts for the spring or summertime, but this easy knit shawl pattern is cozy enough to wear in any season. For those beginning knitting, this is a great first pattern to learn how to read a knitting chart with. You might just impress yourself!


Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm, 8 or 5 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

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

Gauge1 stitches, 2 rows, 3 inches. stockinette stitch

Finished SizeUpper edge = 44“ [112cm], about 24“ [60cm] long (without tassels).

Materials List

  • Schachenmayr original Favorito, 300g #00070 petrol
  • One long US 6-8 [4-5mm] circular needle, or size to obtain gauge
  • One big crochet hook for the tassels


Chain selvage stitch:
Wyif at beg of RS row slip selvage st pwise; bring yarn to front of work before last st and slip selvage st pwise. On WS rows K selvage st tbl at beg of row; at end of row K selvage st.
Cast on 3 sts and P 1 WS row, then cont with Lace Patt foll Chart. From 5th row 2 sts are inc by the yo on every RS row.
After 18th row cont in patt.
When work measures 22“ [56cm], after 157th row, there are 159 sts on the needle.
Cont with Rib Patt; on 1st WS row start with chain selvage, K1, and end in reverse.
When work measures about 23½“ [60cm] bind off all sts.
Block piece to measurements, cover with a damp cloth and allow to dry.
Knot 1 tassel into each chain selvage across the diagonal side edges of shawl incl side edges of Rib Patt as foll: cut threads about 18“ [35cm] long. Fold 2 threads tog in half, bring loop through garment with the crochet hook, then bring the loose ends through the loop and pull up firmly.


rev st-st
reversed stocking stitch
through back of loop

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"Cont with Rib Patt" ... what's the Rib pattern? I only see chart for Lace Pattern.

Hi there! It looks like the rib pattern begins after the lace pattern ends, and it is as follows: "on 1st WS row start with chain selvage, K1, and end in reverse." Unfortunately we don't have a chart to demonstrate the ribbing, but I hope the written text helps!

This shawl is totally stunning. It looks a little tricky, but I'm sure I can figure it out. Casting on ASAP!

It's not obvious from the chart or pattern are wrong side rows (other than row 1 ws) knitted or purled?

when it says to cast on 3 sts then purl 1 st (WS)...Means after cast on of the 3 stitches you turn and purl thuse a marker to mis is your wrong side k this side to help you keep track of the WS. Hope this helps

You are correct, it's not obvious from this poorly written pattern but wrong side rows are purl.

Knitting patterns that are charted usually only show right side rows on the chart and the directions for wrong side rows are written in the patterns directions. This is the usual format for charted patterns and it is exactly what they did here.

I'm confused as well. Is the chart RS or WS? What happens on the other rows? Need the piece of the puzzle in order to continue.

I also find it confusing not knowing what the WS row is supposed to be. I'm an avid/experienced knitter and can't figure this one out! I don' t understand how I'm supposed to M1TBL and then knit 1 on the 3rd row... I end up having to M1 in the st i'm supposed to be knitting.... Help please!

Cast on 3 sts and P 1 WS row This is the only mention of wrong side rows and the chart only gives right side rows. I assume that all wrongs side rows are purled.


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