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So Simple Shawl

By: Christine Ceecees Stringer from ceeceescrafts.com
So Simple Shawl
So Simple Shawl
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"Lot's of my friends have asked for an easy shawl in garter stitch. Here it is. For the more advanced knitter, why not use the increase yarn over to add a fringe or a lace boarder. Pattern can be knit in any weight yarn."

Now that you have this super simple shawl pattern, check out the video below for some great tips and tricks for how to construct a shawl and get started! 

Beginner

Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm

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

Materials List

  • 4mm circular neddles (used straight)
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I think I have found my favorite shawl! As a "senior citizen" I get cold in the winter so I like to use shawls rather than turn up the thermostat. While she calls this a beginner shawl, it's a really good way to make a shawl without spending extra money. My colors would be more random because I am going to just use what I have on hand.

any yarn it says -- now this is a stash buster of the highest order! It takes three 100 gm balls or 720 metres of DK yarn -- in other words that basket full of multicolour yarn, all of which seem to be in multiples of three have a purpose!! For that matter, my 13-year-old who wants to knit 'something real' can do this, because it is in garter stitch. Brilliant brilliant idea.

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