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Modular Triangle Shawl

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Designer: Ann Weaver
Pattern Type: Knit
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Sizes Included: 50" back x 90" across
Yarn Shown: Galileo Yarn
Yardage: 1965
Needles/Hooks Suggested: US 8 (5mm) two 32? circular needles or size to obtain gauge
Fiber Type: Wool & Blends
Weight: Sport
Please Note: There's an error in this pattern if you purchased it before 05/21/2015. Click here for the correction.
Worked in garter stitch with size 8 needles, this shawl is perfect for beginners and a simple pleasure for more advanced knitters. Galileo yarn, with it's bamboo content, offers a generous drape flattering to any style or body shape. You'll love this shawl for years to come!

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2 out of 5 stars

First: This pattern is NOT for an Intermediate knitter. It is Advanced. Second: There are TWO errors in the pattern, not just the one noted. In Part 10: "Using second needle, with RS facing, using A . . ." A?? There is not color "A." Should be "C1." Granted, the shawl is gorgeous, but the tedious procedure of knitting it, particularly with a diagram that does not resemble the finished product, and the mistakes, and the fact that no Intermediate knitter would likely continue to try to finish the piece, makes it a "fair" pattern for me.