This version of the classic triangle shawl is our favorite so far! Using only knit stitches and yarn overs, it's one of the simplest projects you can make. And so easy to adjust to any size, too!
There are two ways to start this shawl (see last photo for comparison): one that's very easy but leaves a little dip in the edge of the shawl, and another that's a bit more complicated but creates a more even edge.
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About This Pattern:
Yarn: 475 yards total of dk or sport weight yarn We used 4 skeins of The Fibre Co. Road to China Light: 1 skein in “Abalone,” 1 in “Agate,” and 2 in “Cobalt.”
Needles: US 6 / 4 mm 32–40" circulars or equivalent type & length in size needed to obtain gauge