This four-pointed shawl has a shape that’s incredibly easy to wear. It begins at the center, increasing to create three triangles that hug your shoulders. Unity is paired with an open stitch pattern, making this the perfect shawl for warmer days
Designed by Amy Gunderson
Depth at center: 18”
Fibra Natura Unity (36% wool, 28% cotton, 18% linen, 18% bamboo; 100g/262 yds)
• 102 Adobe – 2 skeins
Note: the sample shown took exactly 2 skeins of yarn. You may wish to purchase a third skein to ensure you have enough yarn to finish.
Needle: US Size 8 (5 mm) 40” circ (to accommodate large number of sts) or size needed to obtain gauge
Notions: Tapestry needle, stitch markers
14 sts x 20 rows = 4” in Main Body patt
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The sample shown weighs 200g exactly. You may wish to purchase an additional skein to ensure you have enough yarn. Alternatively, you could work fewer garter rows along the border, though it will result in a slightly smaller shawl.
A post about this shawl can be found on our blog at this link.
There was an error in Row 1 of the pattern. It stated that there were 6 increases across the row, but there are only three increases. Therefore, the stitch count for the rest of the shawl was off by three stitches too many. The pattern has been updated to reflect the correct stitch counts.