Wonderful One Row Shawl


Free knitting patterns don't get easier than this. The Wonderful One Row Shawl uses the same simple pattern over and over again. No need to count row on this loop knitting pattern. Because it is so simple, this is a great project to work on when you need to keep your fingers busy and your mind free. It's a super quick knit as well, meaning you can make it wherever and whenever you feel like it. So get your needles ready and start on one of the best easy knitting patterns today.


Knitting Needle Size10.5 or 6.5 mm

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Gauge1 stitches, 2 rows, 3 inches. stockinette stitch

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I had to watch the video to see what the loop is all about. I usually have done a yarn over but this looks as if it will be a better way to increase. You learn something new every day! This will be a great pattern to use some of those left over skeins I have and it will be a nice addition to an outfit. It should work up fast. Thanks.

Love this pattern! A different way of increasing, but if the included instructions aren't enough, the posted video serves. Thanks to all for sharing. I have made oodles of scarves and this pattern is just what I can use right now )

I think this video demonstrates the LOOP increase in the pattern. If she goes to fast for you, change the video settings to play at half speed. https//www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQVmA837rRQ

would be nice if someone could check out the pattern before posting and see it the instruction are complete! What is a LOOP? Very annoying !

The instructions are complete, they give a complete explanation of the loop stitch and a video showing how it's done, not sure what more they could do to complete the instructions for you.

Is the loop the same thing as a YO(yarn over) increase?

While this pattern looks Easy enough, could you include a picture of the LOOP increase

Hi BunyCrochet, as we do not own the rights to the pattern, and we simply host a link to it on our website, you will have better luck asking pattern-specific questions directly to Allison Griffith from ontheneedles dot com. Happy knitting! -The Editors of AllFreeKnitting

There is actually an explanation of the loop in the pattern details Create a loop in the yarn by wrapping the working yarn around your finger front to back. Slip your needle into the back part of the loop from the bottom upwards. Tug lightly to tighten stitch. 1 stitch increase. It may seem faffy to do it this way, rather than a yo, but I believe the designer has created a loop way to increase one stitch without creating the hole that a yo would make. I'm going to try it both ways to see what I like better, wish me luck! Happy knitting.


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