Garden City Shawl

I am delighted to show you the pattern for the Garden City Shawl, which I released on April 21st.  It can be bought separately or purchased in the e-book along with the Worsted Weight version.

Like it’s heavier cousin, this scarf is designed to use a single skein of delicious yarn. In this case it uses a skein of Wooltopia Kiama Wool/Silk blend sock yarn. But you could use any skein of sock yarn that has between 330 and 400 yards or so.  The pattern uses scales to help you decided when to move on to the next section, allowing you to get the biggest possible shawl from your yarn.

Is is also knit sideways, with the edging knit on as you go.  The shape is quite different though – a generous scoop, rather than a more traditional triangular shawl shape.  It can be worn with the scoop facing forward or to the back.


1 Response to “Garden City Shawl”

  1. 1 Sharonnz April 23, 2011 at 4:25 pm

    Looking forward to trying this one too even tho I’m not really a shawl gal. Waiting for some decent light to get pics up of the worsted version.

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