Tuesday, October 07, 2008

The "Dummy Clap" Shawl (KUAS original pattern)

Good morning, everyone! Here is the first set of exciting news coming up...I have completely revised my second most popular free pattern, the "Dummy Clap Shawl" pattern AND video tutorial, and it still being offered for free by yours truly. Lucky ducks.

The 2015 Revised "Dummy Clap Shawl" Pattern

This pattern was originally inspired by the infamous “Clapoltis” shawl that has diagonal laddering of dropped stitches. It’s a fabulous pattern, but is a little instructionally-intimidating, so in 2008 I came up with a mock-up pattern with a similar effect. The laddering doesn’t slant on a diagonal, but this pattern has minimal instructions with a close-to-same look with instructions so easy you can practically knit it hanging from a tree upside-down while munching on pizza in the dark. If that’s your thing.

Yarn used: Caron Simply Soft Heather
: Worsted / 10 ply (9 wpi) 
5sts and 6row=1''
: US10 straight or circular
: approx 500yds
Blocked dimensions: 25x55 (you can choose your own width & length though)

BO3=bind off 3 sts
CO1=cast on 1 st
PSSO=pass 2nd st over
RS=right side of work

Stockinette stitch: Knit across on the right side, purl across the wrong side of work.

Pattern published and copyrighted 2008-2015 by Anna Maliszewski.
This pattern was given to you for free by Anna Maliszewski at www.knitting-up-a-storm.blogspot.com. Do not reproduce to sell this pattern or it's finished products. If you have any questions, email me at: knittingupastorm@gmail.com.
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