Pattern PDF Download for Apparent Outlander part of the Apparent Comfort Collection
Apparent Outlander is the obvious solution to the classic time-traveler’s dilemma: how to stay warm with a style that bridges the centuries. Easy garter stitch and bulky yarn pair in this triangular shawl for a quick-knit accessory that will be ready for your next time hop. Pair with your favorite shawl pin and travel through time with confidence in this classic shawl.
Shawl 25 x 58 in / 64 x 147 cm
240 yd / 220 m of Bulky Yarn (7wpi)
Sample Shown in Universal Yarn Deluxe Chunky, colorway Cavern
US #11 / 8 mm circular needle, 40 in / 102 cm cable (or size needed to obtain gauge)
9 stitches and 17 rows = 4 in / 10 cm in pattern
Make 1 Right / Left
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Easy to follow pattern. Looks squishy and soft.
I loved creating the knitted shawl with cables along one edge. It was an easy-to-follow pattern and a quick knit. I loved it! Will definitely knit this pattern again.
I keep starting this pattern and I enjoy the lace and beads, but I am afraid to go on because I can't see in the pattern where it will change into a shawl, if I keep going. Just wanted to make sure I have the whole pattern. (4 pages including pictures). Waiting for a confirmation.
On my to do after the holidays. Love the look. Thanks so much for the pattern.
So glad I found this pattern on the MD Sheep & Wool Festival page. It's a fun pattern to make and easy to carry so I can knit any time. It makes a really good summer project.
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