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Rustic Open Weave Shawl

By: Craftown Design Team
Rustic Open Weave Shawl

This beautiful knit shawl pattern is the perfect way to add a unique look to your outfit. The Rustic Open Weave Shawl is a light and lacy shawl knit with fingering weight yarn. The beauty of this shawl lies in its simplicity. The loose stitch work is adorned with a neat row of fringe along the edges. The Rustic Open Weave Shawl is great for year-round wear, as it looks great layered over a thick sweater or draped over a lightweight summer dress.

Beginner

Knitting Needle Size10.5 or 6.5 mm

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

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This is lovely. I like how simple but light and airy this is. Achieves the drapey look of lace without all the work. Love it!

This is a simple garter stitch shawl that can be knit by beginners. You will learn how to use stitch markers and to make an increase. My simple trick for knowing which side to make the increase is to use a safety pin with a piece of ribbon tied to it on the right side (or increase side) of the project. I use the safety pin so I can move the marker up the project as I progress. If you are on the side with the ribbon make the increase. It certainly simplifies things for me.

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