The Edge of Winter Shawl is a triangular wrap knit with two contrasting colors that are intertwined in a cable section in the middle. The yellow section represents the golden light of autumn days, and the grey slice the darker, greyer winter days. It is inspired by Harvestfest / Winternights, the Norse celebration of the end of harvest time, and the beginning of winter. It marks the turning of the year from summer to winter, the turning of our awareness from outside to inside.
The shawl uses two skeins of DK weight yarn and features beginner-friendly cabling. There is only one cable in the center, and most of the pattern is just simple stockinette with some increases. So if you have admired cables before but didn’t dare, this is a fabulous first cable project! The PDF also includes step-by-step pictures detailing how to knit a cable stitch.
The beautiful, print-friendly, and ad-free PDF includes pictures and is available as an instant download.
It is in English only, and 8 pages long.
Wingspan: 49” / 125cm
Depth: 22” / 56cm
500yds / 460m DK yarn in two colors (so 250yds / 230m each)
5mm (US 8)
Knit stitch, garter-tab cast-on (tutorial included), cable
The beautiful, print-friendly and ad-free PDF includes pictures and is available as an instant download. It is in English only, and 8 pages long.
Note: this pattern is also available for free, but with ads, on my blog: https://blog.skillfullytangled.com/edge-of-winter-shawl/
** This is a knit pattern, NOT a finished item!***
Returns: There are no returns on digital files. Please contact me if you have any questions about the pattern!