Shawl Shrug

There is so much potential in the construction of a top-down triangular shawl – it doesn’t always have to end up being a shawl!

In this pattern what starts just like a shawl ends up being a biased raglan jacket.

The shawl section is knit in an elongated garter stitch (a sequence of knit and purl rows with colors changing every row) that blends the main colors together beautifully . The short-row collar, i-cord border and a stripe across the back highlight the asymmetrical shape and add a pop of color.
Simple garter stitch short-rows add length to the jacket, the stockinette sleeves are finished with a garter stitch cuff.

The garment is designed to fit loosely – and is fun to knit and wear!

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€ 6.50

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