AJour shawl
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AJour shawl

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AJour shawl~

Definition of a jourpierced, cut away, or made translucent in such a way as to form a design.

This pattern literally gives you three projects to create. There are two shawl versions. You can knit a smaller shawl and a scarf or the bigger shawl as featured in most of the photos and all from just the one pattern and/or one knit kit. Isn't that fabulous? I marked the smaller shawl version and the scarf, so you can see all your choices. 

Starting out, first you knit a lovely crescent shape with increases that are very relaxing to create and easily memorized. You then adorn it with a beautiful bottom lace border. The final touch is a knitted separate skinny scarf that gets added very cleverly to the shawl with little ribbons. You'll love the creativity involved~

The knit kits include: 

  • 2 Yarnology skeins in with colors that compliment each other, the colors range from elegant, subdued to colors that really POP. Each skein holds 238 yards in 7 varying color, texture and even weights, all hand wound and unique, with very little weaving ends in. Sounds good, right?
  • 1 Organic cotton skein in a DK weight holding 125 yards.
  • The extra ribbon you connect the scarf part with, not featured but it will match your color combination perfectly.
  • The fully written and charted pattern, both printed and emailed.
  • All comes in a convenient project bag. Love that, all in its proper place....

Notions used: 

  • Us size 6 (4 mm) circular needle 36" (91 cm) in length.
  • 11 Stitch markers, lockable preferably mostly used for finishing your shawl.
  • Darning needle or crochet hook for finishing.

Gauge:  8 sts and 10 rows in 2" of Stockinette stitch.

Techniques used: Knitting, purling, increasing, color changes, binding off, weaving in ends, blocking and attaching the scarf to the shawl with ribbons that get knotted.

Enjoy this one of a kind project, whether you knit the smaller shawl, the scarf or the final version as seen in most of the photos~


The pattern is now published, get your copy HERE


 

Shawl pins and belts as shown in the photos can be found right HERE