Soror Karissima shawl

September 17, 2013 in Knitting, Patterns, Scarf, Shawls, Women by Eddie

The pattern is available on Ravelry where you can also see my other patterns.

Soror Karissima knitted shawl pattern by Henriette Roued-Cunliffe at Eddie's Room www.roued.com €3.99

The shawl can technically have as many rows of flowers as you wish. The one in the pattern has six rows. The idea was to have a shawl for my own sister that matches the mother and daughter kerchief, Lepidina.

The pattern includes a garter-tab cast-on, which I have explained in this video. The pattern also uses the method in this video on setting up a triangular shawl knit from the top and down. Both videos are available for free viewing on Youtube.

The pattern is designed for and has been tested using 4-ply yarn, but there is no reason you couldn’t knit it in a different yarn weight if you want a smaller or larger shawl. Testers completed the pattern between 15-25 hours and deemed it to be an advanced beginners to intermediate pattern.

Soror Karissima knitted shawl pattern by Henriette Roued-Cunliffe at Eddie's Room www.roued.com €3.99

Buy the pattern for 1.99 EUR

Please use the Ravelry group, Eddie’s Room or the comments section below to ask questions about the pattern.

Errata will be posted on the pattern page on Ravelry and here.

 

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