Owlie Shawl - toddler, child, adult
A snuggly, owlie shawl, with a line of owls along one edge. 3 sizes means one for all the family, and great as presies for others.
This is knitted in the same way as an asymmetrical shawl, except you start large and decrease. The end result is virtually a triangle, with the decrease edge running along the top. The skill level is easy/intermediate, as you need basic skills and simple cabling, simple even if it’s your first time! Instructions are written line by line in English, with British/American terms. There is a front cover that can be omitted when printing, if desired.
A warm over-coat scarf for a Winter’s walk or a cosy cool summer’s eve shawl. Lots of matching owl patterns available.
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- Illustrated Knitting Pattern
- Toddler, Child, and Adult sizes
- Both cm and inches included
Materials you need at home:
- 2 (2, 4) x 100g balls of Stylecraft Special Chunky Colour Storm Blue 1722, Meadow 1065, Cloud Blue 1019 or any other colour. (144m/157yds each ball.)
- 8mm (UK0 - USA11) circular needle 100cm/40in - use it by working back and forth. For the 2 smaller sizes, you should be able to manage with single point needles, approx. 30cm/12in long or longer.
- 8, (12, 16) brown/black buttons approx. 11mm (3/8in) and matching cotton thread OR a small amount of yarn to over-sew and make the eyes. OR leave without eyes as shown in the photo.
- A cable needle approx. 6.5mm.
- A large/tapestry needle to sew the ends in.
The Lonely Sea - Heather Corcoran
I have a bag that say ' I knit therefore I am' - sums me up perfectly! I love to knit and love to design! I have knitted for years, and made and sold literally hundreds of owl gloves and fingerless mitts on-line. About 5 years ago, I decided to give designing and writing patterns a go, and I absolutely love it! The whole process is absolutely captivating, and I love to see other knitters' projects made from my patterns. My beautiful cavvy, Honey, is my constant companion, and she sleeps next to me on the settee while I knit. You can also find me on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/thelonelyseapatterns/