The Steadfast Shawl is the ideal transitional weather accessory for late summer to early fall. This top down, lace and cable triangular shawl shows off the stitch definition of a solid or mostly-solid fingering weight yarn to great effect. Pair it with your favorite outfit as a statement piece or wrap it around your neck underneath a jacket to chase away the chill as the seasons change.
The triangular shawl is worked flat from from the long cast on edge and decreased down to one stitch for a gratifying and beautiful project sure to be worn for many seasons to come. This pattern is charted.
Please note the following:
- the finished measurements will vary depending on the extent/strength of the blocking; and
- the exact gauge is not critical, but the finished measurements may depend on your yardage and/or gauge.
73” [185.5 cm] wide along neck edge
26.75” [68 cm] deep
Fingering weight yarn at 200 yds [183 m] per approx. 50g [1.76 oz]: 1,200 yards [1,100 m]
- Shown in Hudson + West Co. Weld (70% U. S. Merino; 200 yds [183 m] per approx. 50 g [1.76 oz]): “Dusk.”
US 6 (4.0 mm) 40” [100 cm] circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge
Three stitch markers; cable needle; yarn needle
28 sts / 39 rows = 4” [10 cm] in body patt, after blocking
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