Petra Breakstone

Grains of Wheat shawl pattern

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I wanted to create a comfy, cozy triangular shawl in one of my favorite yarns. One that I can throw on and be comfortable in and is not made of wool. So I did~

BONUS: You are actually getting two shawl patterns here. The smaller striped shawl and of course the full version shown here. It’s always nice to have options, right?

The first part of the shawl is worked sideways in alternating stripes and can be worn as a shawlette or cowl. Moving on, the shawl extends all across the upper edge with an interesting stranded stitch pattern.

Talking about options – For the stranded accents there are several options as well, from “mini fringes” on the back of shawl to incorporating the floats into your knitting.

Yarn: Mojave by Mary Gavan, available at www.yarnz2GO.com in a knit kit.
A sport weight, richly textured, thick and thin cotton/linen blend yarn held double throughout the project(s).

Colors used here: Pewter (MC, 200 yards), Vintage (CC1, 320 yards) and Ganache (CC2, 10 yards).

Alternatively use a worsted weight yarn (MC 100 yards, CC1 160 yards, CC2 5 yards).

Notions: US size 13 (9 mm) circular needle 32” (81.25 cm) in length.
Crochet hook size I (5.5 mm) for optional mini fringes

Gauge: 10 sts and 13 rows in a 4” square, knitted in Stockinette stitch, unblocked.

Worked in Stockinette stitch and Garter stitch. This project is suitable for the advanced beginner.

Abbreviations
BO = bind off
CC = contrasting color
CO = cast on
K = knit
MC = main color
P = purl
RS = right side/knit side
SKP = slip 1, knit 1, pass slipped stitch over st(s) = stitch(es)
WS = wrong side/purl side
YO = yarn over

Enjoy your shawl(s)!

Pattern tech edited and test knitted.

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