Can I admit that this pattern came to be half from an idea I had in the shower and half from a dare? I woke up on a Friday with this shawl idea in my head. Worked in two triangles knit together, it would showcase busy handpainted sock yarn, of which my yarn stash overfloweth.
A few hours later, I tweeted about the idea, and how it made me itch to cast on. A designer friend dared me to not only cast on that night, but finish the sample and publish the pattern by the end of the weekend.
The result is a lightweight small shawl, perfect for tossing around your neck as a splash of color. I named it the “Saturday Shawl”, not only because I spent all of Saturday knitting it, but because it’s what I want to wear on the weekend.
30 inches by 15 inches before blocking
44 inches by 22 inches after blocking
Fingering-weight sock yarn, approximately 300 yards.
Shown in Koigu Painter’s Palette Premium Merino
US 7/4.5mm 32” circular needles
0.60mm steel crochet hook, or size to fit through beads
80 seed beads, as shown,
Miyuki #1101 silver-lined triangle beads
- femmusic's Mummy's little parallelogram
- jillknits1968's Saturday
- MomLes' Whole weekend shawl
- putyourflareon's Samedi Châle
- Strollamus' Saturday on Sunday
- twinsunplus1's Kate's Saturday Shawl
- indigirl's Saturday Shawl
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