Stalwart Free Knit Shawl PDF Download

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My new Stalwart shawl is dependable, versatile, and relaxing to knit! Simple eyelet lace dances across this assymetrical triangle shawl in graceful lines. The edge rows sparkle with beautiful beadwork which also adds drape. Style with a shawl pin for wearable armor to comfort and protect you through life’s stressful moments.

 

Size

66 x 22 in / 168 x 56 cm

 

 

Materials

460 yd/420 m of DK weight yarn

Sample shown in Oink Pigments, Mystic Base, Colorway Cloud Surfing

US# 8 / 5 mm needles

2 stitch markers

2 end minders

Beading tool (optional)

200 size 6/0 beads (optional)

Tapestry Needle (for weaving in ends)

 For Link to notions in above list and shawl pin featured in the photos Click Here

 

Gauge

14 sts and 20 rows = 4 in / 10 cm in rock steady stitch pattern, gently blocked

 

Skills 

Beading(optional)

Lace

Elastic Bind Off

Click here for tutorials on these skills.

 

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Donna Wills
Can’t wait to make!

Easy to follow pattern. Looks squishy and soft.

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Becky Mentzer
Cables so fun!

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.

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Debbie Meagher
Not Really Sure

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.

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Janet
On my to do list

On my to do after the holidays. Love the look. Thanks so much for the pattern.

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Susan Beares
Great Summer Project

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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