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Sparkleberry Shawl

By: Friends & Fiberworks

This glittery, gauzy shawl is a beautiful knit accessory you'll love wearing. The Sparkleberry Shawl is a delicate, open knit shawl pattern featuring sparkly white yarn and shimmering beaded accents. The shawl has a basic square shape construction with a simple garter tab. The Sparkleberry Shawl looks great knotted in front or draped loosely over your shoulders. However you choose to style it, you'll look like a snow angel this holiday season wearing this pretty, feminine shawl.


Knitting Needle Size5 or 3.75 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)


  • Yarn: 2 hanks of Interlacements Sparkley
  • Needles: Size 5 US 40" Circular Needles
  • 1 pkg. Crystal Beads (Size 6)
  • Small crochet hook to add beads

K – Knit 
yo – yarn over
pm – Place marker
sts - stitches
sm – slip marker

PB – Place Bead
K2tog – knit two together
RS – right Side
WS – Wrong Side
K1 – center stitch
Using one of the five basic shawl shapes (square) the shawl begins with a basic garter tab.

On size 5 needles, cast on 2 stitches.
Knit 10 rows.
Turn the piece 90 degrees and pick up and knit 3 stitches in the garter bumps along the edge.
Turn the piece 90 degrees and pick up and knit the two cast on stitches. (A total of 7 stitches)

Row 1 (RS): K2, pm, yo, pm, K1, pm, yo, pm, K1, pm, yo, pm, K1, pm, yo, pm, K2.
Row 2 and all even rows (WS): K2, purl to last 2 stitches, slipping markers as you go, K2. 
Row 3 (RS): K2, sm, yo, K1, yo, sm, K1, sm, yo, K1, yo, sm, K1 (Center Stitch- use a different color marker before and after the center stitch), sm, yo, K1, yo, sm, K1, sm, yo, K1, yo, sm, K2. (19 stitches)

Row 5 and all odd rows (WS): K2, sm, *yo, K2tog*, repeat from * to * across row to 1 stitch before the next marker, yo, K1, yo, sm, K1, sm, *yo, K2tog*, repeat from * to * across row to 1 stitch before the next marker, yo, K1, yo, sm, K1, sm,  yo, K1, yo, (K2tog, yo) repeat from (to) across row to next marker, sm, K1, sm, yo, K1, yo, (K2tog, yo) repeat from (to) across row to next marker, sm, K2

Repeat Rows 2 and 5, until you have 137 stitches in each Section, ending with a Row 2 (WS row).

You will be increasing 2 sts in each of the 4 Sections between the single knit stitches on each knit row.)

Beaded Border row:
K2, *yo, PB,* Repeat from * to * slipping markers to the last 2 stitches, yo, sm, K2

PB instructions:
1) Impale the bead onto a crochet hook small enough to fit through the hole of your bead.
2) Insert the hook into the stitch loop where the bead will sit, making sure that the hook is facing you.
3) Pull the loop through the bead.
4) Replace the stitch loop onto the left needle and knit.

Lace Bind off:
Step 1: Knit together the first two stitches on the left needle through the back loop.
Step 2: Slip the new stitch on the right needle back to the left needle.
Step 3: Repeat 1 and 2 until all stitches are bound off.

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I just bound off Sparkleberry. What do I do in blocking to create those graceful scallops?

There is no indication in the pattern to block this piece, and the yarn used to make it is man made so blocking it doesn't actually work. I know there are people on the internet that will say it can be steam blocked, but the truth is they are just stretching the yarn, which damages the fibre and there is no way to repair it after it is done. If you are determined to block it, wash it in lukewarm water, squeeze out the excess water and hang it to dry.


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