Knitting pattern for the Skagen shawl.
When the nature around you make a show with all its colors, setting your creative fire alight, only the gorgeous hand-dyed yarn from Hedgehog Fibers can keep up. Combined with airy and soft Isager Silk Mohair yarn and Katrine Hannibal’s beautiful design, we here bring you a shawl inspired by the stunning nature by the shores of Vesterhavet in Kandestederne, just a smidgen south of Skagen, where Katrine spends many of her days in her second home. The Skagen shawl is simple to make, elegant and beautiful as the sky in early spring. You can use it as a scarf in the cold winter months, or as a light shawl over your bare shoulders in the summer.
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Designed by Katrine Hannibal for Önling.
Size: One size.
Width:240 cm / 94½ inches.
Length:80 cm / 31½ inches.
Hedgehog Fibers Skinny Singles, 100 % hand-dyed merino wool, 336 m per 100 g.
Isager Silk Mohair, 75 % mohair, 25 % silke, 212 m per 25 g.
(Silk Mohair can be any of our 3 brands, our own Önling No 10, Brushed Lace from Mohair by Canard or Silk Mohair from Isager.)
Color A: Hedgehog Fibers Skinny Singles 100 g.
Color B: Hedgehog Fibers, Skinny Singles 100 g.
Color C: Hedgehog Fibers, Skinny Singles 100 g.
Color D: Isager, Silk Mohair, 125 g.
Work with 1 thread of color A, B, or C and 1 thread of D together throughout the work.
Guiding circular needle size 5 mm / US 8.
2 markers for edge stitches and 1 marker for marking the right side.
16 sts and 36 rows in garter stitch (18 garter stitch ridges) on needle size 5 mm / US 8 = 10 x 10 cm / 4 x 4 inches.
The entire shawl begins with a little icord at the nape, where the stitches are worked from 3 sides. Thereafter, increases are made at the beginning of each row near the i-cord edge, and garter ridges and lace patterned sections are made alternately. Finally, bind off the shawl with a beautiful and delicate lace edge. The shawl is made with smooth color transitions between color A, B, and C.