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Journeycake Shawl Knitting Pattern
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Inspired by the shawl Claire wears in Outlander Season 5 seen in episode 8 'Famous last words' and episode 11 'Journeycake'.
This pattern will allow you to create a large triangle scarf with a scalloped/shell crochet border in the design.
Aran/Worsted/10 Ply yarn.
5mm (US 8) knitting needles – I used my interchangeable circular needles on a 100cm/40″ cable as there were many stitches – I did not join in the round to knit.
Spare cable (100cm/40") with two end caps (to hold sts).
Level - Intermediate
This is an intermediate-level knitting pattern and the techniques involved are the knit stitch, yarn over, casting on, and casting off.
The border of the shawl is crochet - so some basic crochet skills are needed.
There is a link to a video tutorial on my YouTube channel included to help you complete the crochet border.
Please note - these sizes are just a rough guide, you can knit this shawl until it is comfortable for you to wear.
Test it out against yourself to see if you want to make the length shorter or longer before dividing the sections.
The smallest sizes will result in the shawl meeting in the middle of your waist, the larger sizes will allow you to wrap the shawl around your body and tie it at the back of the waist.
M - Width tip to tip - 70 inches/178 cm
M - Length - top to bottom = 36 inches/91 cm
You can add fewer or more stitches to adjust the size to increase or decrease.
Add fewer by - 40 stitches and more by + 40 sts.
Where you are able to adjust the size is noted in the pattern.
• SELLING FINISHED ITEMS
Small batch sales of finished pieces made from this pattern are permitted, but the seller must use their own photographs and credit must be given to Handy Little Me as the designer.
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