Light summer shawl knitted in an unusual nettle-linen-cotton blend.
The Taimi shawl is an asymmetrical triangle with uneven stripes. It is knitted in garter stitch from one side edge of the triangle to the opposite tip. Decreases are worked continuously at the right edge, forming the long bottom edge of the triangle. Yarnovers to both sides of a marked stitch at the left side of the shawl create an eyelet row in the center of the shawl, leaving the number of stitches constant. Later, decreases are made at the left edge to end up at the tip of the shawl.
50 g (197 yds) Pascuali Nepal (60 % cotton, 28 % linen, 12 % nettle):
2 x 50 g hanks in colour A
1 x 50 g hank in colour B
1 x 50 g hank in colour C
Colours of the pictured sample:
Colour A = colour 11
Colour B = colour 01
Colour C = colour 17
US 4 (3.5 mm) circular needle 24" (60 cm)
Tapestry needle and scissors
You will receive an email with the download link where you can access the knitting pattern.
The knitting pattern is also included in the Pascuali Collezioni Book 1.
If you want to purchase the Pascuali Collezioni Book 1 with all the knitting patterns from the collection, you can do so HERE.