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Triangular Shawl Half Shells - Knitting pattern 10 pages Download. Triangular shawl with knitting "on the go" border with pattern "Half shells". Detailed description, charts with many photos, links with free knitting videos.
The pattern is for advanced knitters or for tough beginners. You will learn how to...:
The modified triangular shawl has a beautiful border with Half Shells based on a Rib stitch and the middle in Garter stitch. The pattern is fully reversable on both sides. A slightly curved shape lies comfortably around the shoulder and neck.
The Shell edges are knitted simultaneously with the middle part. There is no need to breake yarn. Everything is knitted with only one thread without knots. It gets a little trickier at the corners, which are worked with short rows. Don’t worry: The instructions are written step by step and with many charts.
There is an invisible seam over 13 stitches at the very end. You will also find step-by-step instructions and many links to free videos on how to make Graft in ribbing.
As you can see, this pattern is not for first-time knitters and very beginners. You have to be able to understand it all. But you never become a professional if you don’t dare to do more complicated things. It doesn’t get that difficult either ;)
WOLLEFEIN „SILK MERINO FINE“ 1 ball for a small shawl,
2 balls for a larger one.
Color Fliedergrau (Lilac Gray) (50 % Merino Wool, 50 % Silk, 400 m/100 g); Knitting needles 2.5 mm; Tapestry needle, two markers in different colors.
Gauge - not very important: With Nd 2,5 mm in Garter Stitch 21 st x 44 rows = 10 cm / 4 inches. One Shell repeat: 3 cm x 4 cm in Ribbing pattern.
Small shawl finished: ca. 120 cm x 100 cm x 35 cm.
Larger shawl finished: ca. 145 cm x 125 cm x 45 cm.
Special features: Chain Selvedge, Garter Stitch, Ribbing, Border on the go, stitch increasing and decreasing, short rows (“German short rows wit Double Stitches”). Invisible grafting in Rib Stitch- very short seam. And many helpfull Videos to all kniting techniques.