Hi knitters! I am SO happy to announce that I’ve published my Autumn Harvest Shawl pattern on Ravely. It’s been a labor of love for two years but I’m sure you’ll understand that sometimes, life gets in the way.
It started out with a Craftsy class from Miram Felton and designing shawls. I created my own pattern repeat and worked in the class to get the design working in a triangular shape shawl. It was amazing to learn all the things to consider when designing a shawl and the process is different for each basic shawl shape.
Do you feel the chill in the air? Wrap yourself in this lacy shawl as the weather cools down. Autumn Harvest is a symmetrical triangle shawl featuring a standard 3-stitch garter stitch edging and a unique design for the spine. Do you see leaves? Do you see arrows? Do you see shafts of wheat? What else do you see?
- Size 5 US (3.75 mm) one 40” (102 cm) circular
- Size 6 US (4.0 mm) 40” (102 cm) for a loose bind off edge
- Tapestry needle
- Splash of Color Yarns Platinum colorway Cranberry (463 yds/423m) – shawl shown in sample used 400 yds
- Stitch markers (optional but very helpful to track your progress in the lace sections)
- Blocking wires, optional but very helpful with the long edges.
24 st per 4” (10 cm) in stockinette stitch
The pattern is written to use a single skein of fingering weight yarn but if you’d like a larger shawl, you’ll need two skeins. I’ve included a table in the pattern showing how many stitches you should have at the end of each pattern repeat. The pattern contains both charted and written instructions.
Want some great news? My pattern is on sale for 20% now through midnight EDT on May 19th!