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4.000000 out of 5 stars

Forest Beauty Shawl/Scarf


Designer: Tetiana Otruta
Pattern Type: Knit
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Sizes Included: 60" wingspan (laceweight version), 70" wingspan (sportweight version)
Yarn Lines: Luminance Lace Yarn
Yardage: 400 - 440
Needles/Hooks Suggested: Size 4 (3.5mm): straight or circular (laceweight version), Size 7 (4.5mm): straight or circular (for sportweight version)
Fiber Type: Silk Blends
Weight: Lace
This simple sideways shawl/scarf in stockinette stitch with lace leaf border is a good project for beginners and fast fun knit for advanced knitters.
Pattern is both written out and charted.
Shawl/scarf is easy customizable by adding or taking away pattern repeats. Shown in both lacewight and in sportweight yarns<

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Forest Beauty Shawl Pattern (Paid Download)
SKU: 11482D
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4 out of 5 stars

I made this shawl with Stroll sock yarn that I hand died using Turmeric. The pattern was easy to follow and it was a fun piece to knit. I used the written instructions as opposed to the chart, it just worked better for me. But I think it's wonderful that the designer put both in the pattern! It gives you the option to use whichever you are more comfortable and can best track the rows with. I think my only complaint is that it really is more of a scarf than an actual shawl, but had I made it with sport weight instead of fingering it might have been a bit more shawl-like. It's still a very pretty and easily knit pattern.