Ruffle My Feathers shawl

This pattern is available for wholesale. Please email me at karako17@gmail.com if interested in acquiring this pattern for your shop.

I saw this yarn at my LYS and thought that I had to make a shawl using garter stitch. The rest flowed from there. This is a top down shawl with two cast on options: either a garter tab cast on for more advanced knitters or an ordinary cast on for beginners to lace. The pattern is both written and charted and it provides a stitch count chart at the end to keep track of rows; the stitch count chart provides the number of stitches between each stitch marker as well. Additionally a number of points are noted where the knitter can start the edging so that yarn usage can be maximized. Approximately 65% of yarn is needed for edging.

Thank you to all my test knitters for your invaluable information, hard work and beautiful pictures.

Skill Level: Intermediate

Sizes: Scarf version and Shawl version.

Yarn: 400-600 yards of fingering weight yarn. Used in photos – String Theory Hand Dyed Yarn Caper Sock (Colorway: Blue Hill)

Final measurements: Approx. 40in/102cm (48in/122cm) across and 12.5in/32cm (14in/36cm) in length.

Materials:

  • Size 4mm (US 6) circular needles (at least 32”/80cm long)
  • Crochet Hook (size G/4mm)
  • Scrap yarn
  • Stitch markers (approx. 6 for shawl body and up to 21 for edging)
  • Tapestry needle

Price: $5.00 US

5 responses to “Ruffle My Feathers shawl

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  3. evie carrero

    i got this pattern & yarn at the hartford show and now I’m haveing a hard ttime understanding- the (Ruffled Feather and Fan Edgind) the part the says that the edging begins over repeat of 16sts. please call me i like someone to tell me how this is done thank you (631-758-6056) Please

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