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Rocks Beneath the Water Shawl

By: Vanessa Ewing from
Rocks Beneath the Water Shawl
Rocks Beneath the Water Shawl

"A top down shawl with murky ripples, a closer look and you’ll see life growing on rocks. Enjoy this new take on a top down medium-sized shawl. With the help of a striping-effect yarn, you will see undulating lace fan out over the center of the shawl. Enveloping waves reveal color changes in an almost effortless fashion. Designed by Vanessa Ewing, Published in Knotions Magazine January 2018 and available for free. I hope you all enjoy my new shawl design!"


Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • Feederbrook Farms Milk and Honey- 3 skeins (740 yards total)

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I copy the patterns including the charts into my WORD program/make a document of them. Then you can "right click" on the chart to enlarge it. And then SAVE the doc to my computer in MOMS KNIT folder I created. Good luck.

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Please see my comment above regarding saving to WORD document.

Beautiful shawl. I like the detail as well. I really have to practice my charts so this would be a good pattern to try. It is not a boring pattern and needs a bit of attention. However it is so difficult that you can not follow it. This will go on my list because you can't have too many shawls. Thank you.


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