This is my very first shawl pattern. The shawl is triangular, and worked from the bottom to the top. With every pattern repeat, the shawl widens by one repeat. That gives you full control over what size you want to make it. The shawl does not need any finishing other than blocking; but you can pick up stitches along the edges and add a couple of simple garter rows.
I use the same stitch pattern in a triangular Maple Leaves Wrap. You will need Thin Stacks tutorial to knit those patterns; and you can get all of the above for $7 if you checkout all three patterns together with the code maple.
Materials: 2 skeins (about 800m) of non-splitty fingering-weight yarn and two sets of 2.5mm circular needles with 60cm cord (or one short circulars, and one long one). As the number of stitches increases, you may want to switch to longer needles, or use two sets of circulars. The needles must have sharp tips.
You will need 2.5 - 3.0 mm stainless steel circular needles with sharp tips, and any fingering-weight yarn that does not split.
You can use virtually any yarn, and any colors. Even two colors can be arranged differently, giving this pattern a very different look. Look at the photo of mitts (by Mitt @ Ravelry); while the pattern is for a wrap or scarf, the photo gives you good example of color use.
PLEASE DO LOOK AT THE STITCHES INFO! ALL 2-and 3-tog are knit RIGHT-TO-LEFT, as they appear on the left needle.
1 leaf is 8cm wide x 10cm tall
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