Made in collaboration with Skudderia.
Arrowy is a rectangular shaped shawl, beginning with a squishy Brioche edging that flows into delicate lace pattern and then into Brioche edging again. The sides are finished off with an i-cord that’s worked simultaneously with the rest of the shawl.
The sample is worked with 2 skeins of Pinta but if you’d like to make a longer shawl, you will need 3 skeins instead. The sample length is ideal for wearing the shawl with a short jacket and not worrying about the long ends.

The shawl is worked in following order:
• 2” / 5 cm of Brioche stitch
• transition from Brioche to lace (pattern A)
• the lace (pattern B)
• transition from lace to Brioche (pattern C)
• 2” / 5 cm of Brioche stitch
Patterns A, B and C each have both charted and written instructions.
The i-cord edging is worked simultaneously with the shawl body by slipping 2 sts at the beginning and at the end of every WS row and knitting them at the beginning and at the end of every RS row. The stitches are slipped purlwise.

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: width: 17”/43 cm, length: 61 ¾“/157 cm

2 skeins Das Regenbogenschaf Pinta (60% merino wool, 20% silk, 20% ramie; 465 yds / 425 m per 100 g). Shown in color Cloud.
If you prefer a longer shawl, you will need 3 skeins.

US 4/3.5 mm and US 6/4 mm needles

7 stitch markers
row counter
tapestry needle to weave in the yarn ends

1 repeat of lace pattern (pattern B) using larger needles is 2 ¾”/7 cm wide and a little over 1 ½”/ 4 cm high after blocking.

€5.20 (pdf download)