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Pretty in Misti Shrug

Looking for a beach wrap pattern? This Pretty Misti Shrug is a perfect way to inspire those around you to learn how to knit with its lightweight and interesting yarn. It's perfect for all sizes and the pretty scallop crochet pattern highlights a beautiful neckline. This shrug pattern really shows how crochet can be used to embellish knitting, to the advantage of the pattern.


Knitting Needle Size10.5 or 6.5 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

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

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This is a beautiful Shawl. I can't wait to get started on it.

@ttraineratc 8426947, I'm sorry to hear you are having difficulties with the pattern. We have two suggestions: You could try posting your inquiry on our Facebook site; perhaps a fellow knitter might be able to assist you. Here is the link: You can also try contacting the designer (Jimmy Beans Wool) for help with this specific project. You can find the name in the byline of the article. Here is a link to their contact info: --Editor of AllFreeKnitting

I am still having trouble with this pattern. I get it started, but for some reason I can not wrap my brain around the knit the knit and perl the perl instructions.......

Knit the knit and purl the purl is pretty standard in knitting-if the stitch you are about to do was a knit on the previous row, then you knit it, if it was purl then you purl is, you also purl the yo's-it sounds complicated, but's just not. Hope this helps.

@ttraineratc 8426947: I think I see the confusion. In that first row, you start with K1 M1, repeat the lace pattern 3 times, and then M1 P1 M1 K1. It is only in the following rows that you begin with K2 and end with P2 K2. Hope this helps! -- Editor of AllFreeKnitting

I am knitting the XS-S size. Done the rib fine, done first row of lace pattern and got the required 40 stitches. But when I get to row 3, if I do the same edge stitches as on row 1 I seem to end up with extra stitches (due to the M1 at each end I think). What are the correct edge stitches for rows 3, 5, 7 please. Would appreciate your help !

I have worked lace patterns before, I can't seem to get this one right. I am working the XL Is this correct for the first row k2 k1 m1 p2 k k2t k2t yo k yo k yo k yo ssk ssk k3 p2 k2 k2t k2t yo k yo k yo k yo kssk ssk k3 p2 k k2t k2t yo k yo k yo k yo ssk ssk k3 m1 p m1 k1 p2 k2? HELP!!!

No, you appear to have your knits and purls reversed here.

Hi giftdlr 7985656, M1 means Make 1. This means to increase a stitch. You can find more knitting resource info here: Hope this helps! -The editors of AllFreeKnitting

Question-- Pardon my ignorance, but, in the instructions, what does "M1" mean?

The pattern is there - when you get to the page with 3 images of the shrug in a row, click on one of them. Or, even easier,

I found the pattern. Click on the green lettering that says "Click here for knitting pattern" and then click on the link for the .pdf which is found on the left side of the article.

There is NO pattern here - just list of supplies needed! Also, no correction has been posted as yet for the dragon skin wrap - is multiple of 30 stitches, not 26 - have made baby blanket and prayer shawl out of "pattern"


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