Women's Ren Fest Shawl Knitting Pattern
The Ren Fest Shawl is a semi-circle worked from the top down with simple increases, garter stitch edging, section cables that continue from the top all the way through the bottom edge and complementary bottom cabled panels. This shawl boasts a generous wingspan allowing the bottom cable panels plenty of drape for a warm and cozy garment that feels fancy to wear. Perfect for festivals or an evening out. Cables are charted and written.
- One Size Fits Most: About 137” (348 cm) wingspan by 21” (53 cm) deep
- CM and inches
- US Letter
Materials you need at home:
- 1500 yds (1370 m) DK weight yarn
- Size US 6 (4.00 mm): 32” (80 cm) and 60” (150 cm) circulars (or size needed to get gauge)
- 24 stitch markers (one unique)
- dpn or cn for cables
- tapestry needle
Designs by Tamara Moots
Hi! I’m Tamara. I’m a knitwear designer. I’m also a mom, hiker, traveler, volunteer, reader, board game player and a national parks lover. And my hair changes color fairly often. I have more than 80 patterns available through Ravelry, LoveKnitting, Knit Picks, WEBS, Love of Knitting magazine, Knit Now magazine, Interweave Gifts magazine and others.
When I’m not designing or knitting, I raise two boys. We travel whenever we can manage it.