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Triangle Summer Knit Shawl Pattern

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Triangle Summer Knit Shawl Pattern
Triangle Summer Knit Shawl Pattern
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If you're looking for beginner knitting patterns perfect for summer, this triangle summer knit shawl pattern is your answer. This easy knitting pattern is bright, colorful and will work great with the light colors of summer. The stripes are on trend and the lovely purple and pink colors will look beautiful on any of your neutral summer outfits. This shawl is perfect for throwing on during chilly summer nights when you want to shield the breeze but still remain stylish. You won't regret giving this beginner project a try.

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Knitting Needle Size: 8 or 5 mm

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

 

Materials:

  • Bernat® Super Value Stripes™ (5 oz/142 g; 264 yds/241 m) Wildberry Stripes (73008); 2 balls
  • Size U.S. 8 (5 mm) knitting needles or size needed to obtain gauge.
  • Stitch marker.

 

Measurements:
Approx 11" [28 cm] deep x 62" [157.5 cm] long

 

Abbreviations:
Alt= Alternate(ing)
Approx= Approximately
K= Knit
Kfb= Increase 1 stitch by knitting into front and back of next stitch
K2tog= Knit next 2 stitches together
PM= Place marker
Rep= Repeat(s)
RS= Right side
St(s)= Stitch(es)

 

Gauge:
17 sts and 32 rows = 4" [10 cm] in garter st.

 

Instructions:
Cast on 2 sts.
1st row: (RS). Kfb. K1.
2nd row: K2. Kfb.
3rd row: Kfb. K2tog. K1.
4th and alt rows: Knit to last st. Kfb.
5th row: Kfb. K2tog. K2.
7th row: Kfb. K2tog. K3.
9th row: Kfb. K2tog. K4.
11th row: Kfb. Knit to last 6 sts. Place marker. K2tog. K4.
Note: From this point on, keep marker in position before last 6 sts.
12th row: Knit to last st. Kfb.
13th row: Kfb. Knit to last 6 sts. Slip marker. K2tog. K4.
Rep 12th and 13th rows until work across longer side edge measures 62" [157.5 cm].
Cast off.
 

 

 

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This is a lovely pattern, but I must be missing something. I can't see how to keep the marker in place before the last 6 stitches while we're still increasing and decreasing in the pattern, I will make this and I'll try the marker, but I may have to drop the marker in order to complete it. If anyone sees what I'm missing, please let me know. Happy knitting.

I had the same problem! Seems every time you decrease the marker does not stay at the 6 stitch mark. Got tired of moving it so I just knit that row to the six stitches, k2tog and k to the end. I had to tear out a few rows because I lost track but now am able to look and see which row I need to be.

This yarn choice and picture doesn't give this pattern much credit. I started knitting this in a solid Robin Egg Bernay Sheep(ish) and the stitch pattern is beautiful. Hoping to complete by spring. I will submit a photo later.

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