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Cerulean Shawl Pattern


I wrote this crescent shawl pattern to showcase the gorgeous self-striping colorways of Noro Tsubame yarn. Since Tsubame skeins are large and have 200g each, you will only need one skein to complete this project.

This is an easy going knit with a pattern set of 8 rows. I used a combination of garter stitch, stockinette stitch, and yarn overs to create a flowy lace texture. This shawl is perfect to wear as a scarf in colder weather but also works well as a summer accessory since it is so lightweight.

Blocking this shawl when you are finished is highly encouraged. This is the final step in making straight and smooth edges. I pinned mine while it was drying to get a perfectly rounded bottom shape.

19 sts and 31 rows make a 4” (10 cm) square in stockinette stitch, worked flat, AFTER blocking

564 total yards (172g/516m) of worsted weight yarn in 3 colors (I used Tsubame from Noro, color #32)
US 5 (3.75mm) circular needles with a 40” (102cm) cord or longer
Tapestry needle for weaving in ends
Blocking mats and pins
Scrap yarn for lifelines (optional)

Skills/stitches Required
Yarn overs
knit front and back (kfb)
Cast on/bind off

Finished Measurements
Center depth: 15” (38 cm), Length: 81” (206 cm)

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