What’s a knitter’s dream? An interesting, yet easy-to-follow pattern that yields a stunning, deceptively-intricate accessory. With a sixteen-stitch pattern repeat, you’ll create this circular shawl from the center outward to a surprisingly-simple and delicate finish. Changing needle size helps create the beautiful trumpet shape of an Azalea in the segments of your circular shawl. When you block your finished work, these six trumpet-shaped “azaleas” will form delicate ripples along the outer edge.
**moderately engaging / ITR**
(S) (M) (L)
Finished Diameter: 36 (50) (68)”
7.5 sts/in and 8 rnds/in = 30 sts/4” and 32 rnds/4” in Azalea pattern on size 3(3.25mm) ndls for S (M).
The L is achieved by using larger ndls.
Note: If you change needle size to get gauge, adjust other needle sizes accordingly as you work through Petals.
Size 3(3.25mm) dpns ndls and circular ndls OR size to obtain gauge, size 4(3.5mm)size 5(3.75mm