Knit from side to side, this shawlette is edged with a deep waffle pattern that forms an interesting edging for this shallow shawlette. As it is knit in one piece, it is easy to extend so you can make the most of a luxury yarn and use every last ounce. Knit from a worsted weight yarn at a loose gauge, this cosy shawlette can be used in several different ways; wrapped as a scarf or loosened as a shawl in the evening.
Length 67″ / 170 cm from end to end.
Depth: 14.5″ / 37 cm at center
Hedgehog Fibres ‘Cashmere Silk Worsted’: (55% Silk, 45% Cashmere; 218 yds / 200 m per 100g skein);
Color: Glacier; 2 skeins.
Note: There was almost no yarn left when this shawlette was finished so if you have less yardage than this, reduce the number of repeats at the center.
1 US 9 / 5.5 mm straight or circular needles
Tapestry needle; 3 stitch markers.
16 sts / 22 rows = 4″ / 10 cm in stockinette stitch
Waffle stitch panel (12 sts) measures 2.5″ / 6.5 cm wide