Fall Backward/Spring Forward Shawlette
Row 7: total sts should be 103.
Row 9: total sts should be 107.
Row 11: total sts should be 111.
Row 13: total sts should be 115.
Copies bought after 11/19/13 are corrected.
Have not been a fan of triangular shawls for a long time, but love wearing them backwards.
This shawl is a tweak on a triangular shawl that can be worn forward or backwards. It has a curved neck edge that works great for wearing it as a scarf or as a shawlette. It is super quick, only takes 330 yards of sock weight and features leaves SHOCK!
I named it Fall Backward, Spring Forward Shawl, since it is perfect for both seasons.
Finished Size: Unblocked -- approximately 13" tall at center point x 26"across one side of bottom, blocked 20" deep at center point x 80" across bottom of both sides and 62" across top edge
Sock or finger weight yarn, 335 yards
Knitting needles, size 8 (5.00 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge
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