Jokulsarlon Shawl - Knitting

This is a large, semi-circular shawl worked topdown from a garter tab. Uneven width stripes & short rows create the asymmetric crescent shape.

There is a 2 stitch garter border along the top edge of the shawl & regular increases that help shape the shawl.

Each RS row begins with K2, YO & ends with YO, K2. Each WS row beings with K2, YO. Every other WS row ends with K2, YO. It is important to maintain the alternate row increases on the WS edges even while working the short rows.

  • Size one

*Gauge 19 sts / 32 rows per 10 cm/4 inch in garter stitch after blocking


  • High-Quality Knitting Model
  • 1 size

Materials you need at home:

  • A 36 '' (100 cm) US 6 (4 mm) circ needle
  • A tapestry needle Markers
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Mother of three, I have been immersed in creative pursuits from a young age. I like to knit, spin, sew, dye, cook and many other things. For several years now, I have added pattern creation to this list. I relish completing every step, and it's a real challenge which allows me to keep progressing and improving every day.

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