This shawl was inspired by the idea of scallops. I see scallops often in crochet, but not as often in knitting. As I worked the scallop, I decided to add a daisy to each scallop, creating the edging on this shawl.
This shawl is worked from point to point, and the edging is worked as you go, so you can work until less than half of your yarn is gone before working the second half. There are instructions for a triangular (scarf) and a trapezoidal (shawl) version.
The shawl is named for the little daisies in the edging. A literal translation of “Chou-gok” is “little chrysanthemum,” which I shortened down to “little mum,” and that’s exactly how a daisy looks.
This pattern is fully charted and written out.
Size: 50″ by 20″
-Scarf - Shibui Knits Sock (191yd/50g) - 2 skeins
-Shawl - Knitpicks Chroma Fingering Sock yarn (396yd/100g) - 1 skein
-24 inch or longer US #7/4.5mm circular needle