So my Ridgewood Reversible Shawlette workshop on Craftsy started Sept 1st, the morning after my move, and it got a little crazy. The wrong version of the pattern accidentally got sent out to everyone, and tons of knitters were having a really hard time getting the hang of some challenging stitch patterns I threw into the pattern. So while sitting on boxes and ignoring the need to unpack and get my new house settled, I was frantically answering questions, trying to email out the pattern to everyone and answering everyone’s questions! I finally had to unpack my work table to shoot a how to video for the Cane Lace Stitch, a reversible meshy lace pattern that is very challenging, to help out the KALers.
The wrong side of anything is always a bummer, especially when it comes to shawlettes, so why not make two right sides? This shawlette uses reversible stitch patterns like seed stitch, stockinette stitch and reverse stockinette stitch, a lace pattern that looks great on both sides, and a reversible cable throughout. So no matter how you wear it, or what side is showing at any given time, it will look awesome and show off your mad skills.
Finished Size 56” long from corner to corner, 11” wide at center.
Yarn Fiesta Baby Boom, 90% Extra Fine Superwash Merino, 10% Nylon; 440 yds/ 4oz: 134, Valilla, 1 skein.
Needles Size 4 (3.5 mm): 24”+ circular needle. Adjust needle sizes if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.
Notions Markers, tapestry needle. Gauge28 sts x 34 rows = 4” in St st.
Note This shawlette is completely reversible, and many of the instructions are meant to get your shawlette turned around in order to make stitch patterns appear differently on each side. This creates variations in the finished shawl, but no matter how it turns out, it’s right because it’s your way. Have fun with it!
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