Knitting pattern for Easy Peasy shawl with stripes
Easy Peasy striped shawl is part of Önling's Easy Peasy beginner collection of basic patterns in classic, Nordic design. The patterns are easy to understand for beginners with no abbreviations and with video references to the techniques used. This lovely, soft shawl - or scarf if you want - has a light v-shape or arrowhead shape, and the stripes help accentuate this shape. You can compose the stripes yourself or you can order one of the premade color combinations.
Easy Peasy Striped Shawl can be knitted in Önling No. 2 or Önling No. 15 yarn. The shawl shown in the pictures on this page is worked in Önling No 2 yarn. Here you can access the knitting kit in Önling No 2 yarn or kits in Önling No 15 yarn.
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Designed by Katrine Hannibal for Önling.
A: Length: approx. 200 cm / 80 inches
B: Height: approx. 56 cm / 22 inches
175 g Önling No 2, 100% Merino Superfine Super 100’s Wool, 120 m pr. 25 g. When you knit in Önling No. 2, you get stripes in 6 different colors. You must order 5 balls in 5 different colors and 2 balls of the main color, which will become both a stripe and the hem color.
250 g Önling No 15, 100% Merino wool.
When you knit in Önling No 15, you get stripes in 4 different colors. You must order 3 balls in 3 different colors and 2 balls. of your chosen main color, which becomes both a stripe color and the hem color.
The shawl is worked with one strand of yarn
Recommended circular needle size: 3.5 mm / US 4 for shawl and size 4.0 mm / US 6 for edge.
23 stitches and 46 rows (23 ridges) of garter stitch on needle size 3.5 / US 4 = 10 x 10 cm / 4x4 inches.
Procedure: The shawl is worked from the center back and outwards. You start by casting on 1 stitch, then knitting and working increases throughout the shawl. When you have used up 1 ball of each of the colors A-F, the rib hem is worked with the last ball of Color A.