Thursday, June 24, 2010

Sine Curve Shawl

I've been working on a new project. A shawl that is to be donated to the Prayer Shawl Ministry. The yarn is sooo soft and warm. The colors are dreamy. The season is summer, so I'm not motivated. I'm hot. But the sooner I get this done the sooner I will eat some lemon lime sherbert in celebration.
But how does one get a pdf link? I don't know. I made a pdf. But I don't know how to get the link.
I'm rambling again. I'm not sure if anyone reads this blog. If you do here is a pattern for you to try. It's very simple.

Needle Size: us15

Yarn: James C. Brett Marble Chunky, bulky 12 ply, 341 yds or equivalent weight

Cast on: 71

R1: knit.

R2: purl.

R3: knit.

R4: knit 3, *k2tog, k2tog, k1, yon, k1, yon, k1, yon, k1, yon, k1, ssk, ssk, * knit 3.

R5: knit 3, purl till 3 stitches remain, knit 3.

Repeat rows 4 and 5 till length is achieved.

R6: (right side facing you) purl.

R7: knit.

R8: purl.

Cast off.


Audrey said...

Did you know that there is not "paste feature? And that Ctrl p is post and not paste? Well I'm so sorry. I just learned that today. :(

Cathy said...

Thanks for the pattern Audrey.What dimensions did you make your shawl,and what how long were your cir needles?Sorry I can't help you with the pdf issue:I am somewhat of a neo-Luddite!

Phyldar said...

Thanks, Audrey, for this beauty - can't wait to try my hand at knitting one!

Audrey said...

Cathy, The finished dimentions are about 30 x 60 (pre-blocked)Needle length: 38" tip to tip.

Thanks Phyldar, it's the yarn that makes it realy pop.

Tania A said...

I think in order to link a PDF you have to have it hosted somewhere. I've not actually tried that. Maybe you can post it on Ravelry and then link to it here?

Anonymous said...

this is really pretty! hope you post a picture when its done.

definitely stay COOL in tis heat!