Epiphany Shawl #1 - Knitting Pattern by Jodi Clayton - DIGITAL DOWNLOAD
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Skill Level: Advanced beginner
1 skein fingering weight yarn such as: Pemaquid (100% Superwash merino); Eastport (80% merino, 20% silk); Casco (60% Superwash merino, 30% bamboo, 10% nylon); Queen City (90% Superwash Targhee wool, 10% nylon); or Monhegan (100% Superwash merino).
1 x 32 [80 cm] or longer circular needle in US 6 [4 mm], or size needed to obtain gauge
Darning needle or crochet hook for weaving ends
Gauge: 16-18 sts in pattern = 4” [10 cm].
Notes: This shawl may be worked in any weight yarn, and with a range of yardage. While changes will affect the finished size, drape, etc, the pattern is flexible. The trick is to weigh or assess your yarn and to begin the final lace section when you have about 20% of your skein remaining.
If you would like a larger lace section, simply increase the amount of remaining yarn.
Be sure to begin your lace panels when there are an even number of sts on the needle; this centers the work relative to each edge. If you have yarn remaining, work the final lace section for more rows.
If you would like a larger shawl, simply keep going, repeating the garter and lace panels until the desired size is reached. Please note that this will require additional yardage.
This shawl is worked flat, beginning with 5 CO sts. There is a 6 row repeat for most of the shawl, which incorporates 2 increases at one side.
The finished product will be an isosceles triangle in which the final, and shortest side is created with the bind off.