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{FREE} OPENNESS : Triangle Shawl Knitting Pattern

Grab this FREE OPENNESS : Triangle Shawl Knitting Pattern. This is a beginner shawl knitting pattern with a video tutorial to help you get started.


{FREE} OPENNESS : Triangle Shawl Knitting Pattern : Brome Fields


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:) About the Pattern:

  • Knits up in about 10-15 hours
  • Beginner skill level {Super Easy}
  • One size fits most tween to adult
  • Knit flat
  • Dimensions {laying flat}: 36” {91cm} tall x 72” {183m} wide
  • Gauge: 8 sts & 17 rows per 4” {10cm} square {knit flat}

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PS: This shawl pattern was featured on AllFreeKnitting's collection of
11 Elegant Knit Triangle Shawl Patterns.


:) Note:

  • This shawl is reversible, both sides are the same.
  • This is knit using the garter stitch, so you’ll knit every row.
  • This shawl doesn’t need to be blocked.

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:) Pattern:

  • CO 1 stitch
  • Row 1: INC1, K1, INC1
  • Row 2: *K*
  • Row 3: INC1, K3, INC1
  • Row 4: *K*
  • Row 5: INC1, K5, INC1
  • Row 6: *K*
  • Row 7: INC1 *K* INC1
  • Row 8: *K*
  • Increase 2 stitches on every ODD row and then knit the next row.
  • Follow this pattern until you’ve reached your desired size of shawl.
  • I used 5 skeins for a super cozy shawl ;)
  • Bind-off very loosely in the K1, P1 pattern {this will help keep it from curling.}
  • Weave in ends and then wrap up in it!

:) Video:


:) Story:

The idea for this shawl came to me when I was creating a knit stitch video for the #100daysofknitstitches series. {Click here to learn more about that series} It called out for a YO at the beginning and end of a row.

I was surprised at how clean of an increase it was, so I decided to try creating a triangle shawl using this technique and I’m very happy with the result! I think it’s the perfect shawl! It fits all my requirements… quick & easy. Quick is relative. 10 hours may sound like a long time, however, in the shawl world that’s super quick. I’m working on another shawl pattern and I’ll have about 40 hours in it… so, when I put it into perspective for myself, 10 hours is not so bad. ;) Because the pattern is easy to memorize I found it to be relaxing and therapeutic. Again, all the things I love about a pattern!


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