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On the Wings of a Prayer Shawl


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On the Wings of a Prayer Shawl
On the Wings of a Prayer Shawl
This image courtesy of Jessica Anderson

Have you ever wanted to help a loved one in need but didn't know how?  Well, with this On the Wings of a Prayer Shawl, you can create a beautiful and stunning knit shawl that is perfect for giving anyone a bit of comfort.  Acting like a warm hug and filled with healing prayers and loving thoughts, this knit shawl is sure to be appreciated by your loved one.  This shawl is also great to make for a charity or church group.  As you work on this intermediate knit shawl pattern, send loving thoughts to someone who could use them and you'll find that every stitch you make is also quite healing for you, as well.

Work up this beginner-friendly knit shawl pattern and donate it to the Prayer Shawls for Rush Charity Drive! We are accepting donations now through December 5th.


Knitting Needle Size: 8 or 5 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

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

Gauge: 20 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch

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Perfect - I was looking for a prayer shawl pattern. I've joined a prayer shawl knitting group at my place of worship and was looking for something pretty, colorful and easy. This is different from the k3,p3 pattern of a traditional prayer shawl, too. Love the variegated yarn, too.

I am pretty sure that the remove marker in row 26 is simply a typo. I would go ahead and slip the marker until you complete row 30.

This pattern is beautiful. I am almost finished it but have a question. On row 26 it says rm two times which means remove markers. However, on row 30 it also says rm. I do not see where markers were put back on after they were removed on row 26. Please clarify. Thank you.

I have read the pattern and your question about row 26 30 and the rm in them. Did you ever receive an answer to clear this up. I want to make the shawl and feel I should find the answer to your question before I start. Please let me know. Thank you.

Also waiting for a solution to the rows 26/30 problem

quanahs 5032097 said 'I am pretty sure that the remove marker in row 26 is simply a typo. I would go ahead and slip the marker until you complete row 30'


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