Crepuscule / DROPS 149-13 - Free knitting patterns by DROPS Design. GARTER ST (back and forth on needle): K all rows. 1 ridge = K 2 rows. ---------------------------------------------------------- SHAWL: Cast on 108 sts on circular needle size 5 mm / US 8 with Delight and work in garter st back and forth as follows: Row 1 (= from RS): Work 108 sts, turn piece.
Row 2 (= from WS): Work back. Row 3: Work 106 sts, turn piece. Midas Touch Cable Shawl. Free Shawl Knitting Pattern I called this shawl the Midas Touch Shawl, because the motif of golden cables for some reason makes me think of Ancient Crete and the many beautiful myths told about that land.
Probably I'm the only one who would make this association :) Cables! This shawl has a lot of cables! I was thinking how cables are usually knitted either horizontally or vertically, and that's kind of boring, so I decided to put these cables on a diagonal. The shawl is worked from one of the corners, with increases at the end of the RS row in every odd row. The shawl in the picture is mid-sized and the yarn amounts are given for this size. Finished size: Width - 64 inches (160 cm), depth - 29 inches (72 cm) Machine Knitting, Patterns, Philosophy. Graduated Drop Stitch Shawl.
I took the plunge and free-designed my first shawl.
It's not as big as I wanted but I ran out of yarn. Below is the pattern. I used a total of four skeins of Joann's Sensations yarn (two Sophisticates Collection "Fever" in Purple (a boucle type with beads) and 2 Sophisticates Collections "Fantasy" (a shiny ribbon) in Multi. I apologize if you can't read it--if you can't let me know. It's a very simple pattern using garter and yarn overs.
Size 13 circulars with 32 inch cord. Cast on 1 stitch using "Fever"Next Row: Knit in front and back of stitch (2 stitches on needle) Row 2: Knit into front and back of first stitch, knit 1 (3 stitches on needle)Row 3: Knit into front and back of first stitch, Knit into front and back of second stich, knit 1 (5 Stitches)Row 4: Knit into front and back of first stitch, K3, Knit front and back of second to last stitch, K1 Continue on for two inches.At the beginning of next row, switch to Fantasy. Rainbow Afternoon Shawl. There are currently no images from other crafters. close Terms & Conditions You must enter into this Agreement if you want to submit digital images or other content to Prime Publishing through Sharing Customer Images (the "Service").
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Flowing in every day, these data are added to the Wayback Machine after an embargo period. Triangle Shawl with FringeShared ~ Rita Albarano at firstname.lastname@example.org For Bulky and Midgauge Machines. (See Rita's notes at the end for making this with the standard machine) You will start at Left end and increase at the right side. Set for partial knitting. With 1 prong tool, decrease one stitch on the right side every 2 rows until you are back to the last needle below fringe. Very simple, fast, and easy. Crepuscule / DROPS 149-13 - Free knitting patterns by DROPS Design.