Do you ever find yourself knitting away in the wee hours because you just want to finish a few more rows, and then a few rows more? Midnight Craving was that sort of project for me.
This reversible crescent-shaped shawl features gentle ruffles, a pretty cabled braid, and a touch of lace. The main body is knitted in garter stitch from the top down. After a few quick set-up rows, every row of this section is the same, making it simple and portable ~ an ideal on-the-go project. The second part of Midnight Craving is easily memorizable and addictive, alternating a quick ruffle with a brief cabled section. Each ruffle and cable will feed your craving for progress, while tempting you to knit just a bit more!
Midnight Craving can easily be customized to your desired size as you knit. And although the pattern calls for fingering-weight yarn, you are welcome to substitute heavier or lighter yarns.
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