This clever bandana uses knitting on the WS to create the purl ridges. Therefore you only need to purl to maintain the stockinette sections! Use a closing shawl pin or sew on a button & loop closure to secure.
Wingspan: 21” / 53 cm
Depth: 8” / 20cm
Yarn: 1 ball of Donegal-Tweed by Schulana (104 yards / 95 meters per 50 grams of 95% wool, 5% cashmere)
Needle: US7 (4.5mm) or size needed to match gauge
2 stitch markers
Pattern is available through Ravelry.com for $5.00 USD
I love my Birthday shawl! This clever triangular shawl uses knitting on the WS to create the purl ridges. Therefore you only need to purl to maintain the stockinette sections! The stitch pattern is great for showing off hand dyed yarn, and the shape is flattering!
Wear as a shawl or wrap around your neck as a generous scarf. For more info see the pattern page here.
Wingspan: 52” / 132cm
Depth: 16.5” / 42cm
All photos (c) 2013 Matthew Richey
Pattern was tech edited by KTLV
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