Honeycomb Shawl Pattern
The Honeycomb shawl is a beautiful piece to wrap yourself up, as well as a great accessory for those warmer days and cooler nights. This semi-circular lace shawl knits up quickly beginning with a few stitches and growing with every few rows. Spun Cloud and Wildflower yarn are mixed throughout the shawl creating repeats of color and texture while working a simple honeycomb stitch that creates an open lace design, ending with a scallop border.
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Skill Level: Beginner to Intermediate Knitter
Size US 17 (15mm) circular needles, 40” length or size needed to obtain gauge
Size US 19 (15 mm) needles for bind off, or one size larger than gauge needles
Approximately 58” / 145 cm wide at the widest point approximately 24” / 60 cm deep at deepest point Note: Measurements taken after blocking.
6 sts and 8 rows = 4” / 10 cm in stockinette st on smaller needle, blocked 7 sts and 9 rows = 4” / 10 cm in swatch pattern on smaller needle, blocked (See Swatching Notes)
MC: 1 skein Spun Cloud yarn (100% Wool, approx. 100 yds / 200g) shown in Creme Brulee
CC: 1 Wildflower Mini Skein Sampler Kit [(100% Cotton, approx. 75 yds) - 5 mini skeins of yarn] shown in Bon Vivant kit used in the following order: CC1: Wisteria; CC2: Petal; CC3: Beatnik; CC4: Ochre Rose; CC5: Goldenrod
Stitch markers (8)
Pattern Designer: Susan Sheby