Notebook is a large and cozy shawl, worked in fingering weight yarn in four colors. The main part of the shawl is worked sideways from one tip to the other. The stitches for the edging are picked up from the bottom edge of the main part and the edging is then shaped with the short rows.
The pattern includes a photo tutorial for German short rows.
82” / 208 cm wide, measured across top edge
22” / 56 cm deep
Mabel & Ivy Supersoft (314 yds / 287 m per 50 g,
100 % pure new wool):
2 skeins of Bleached White as MC (main color)
1 skein of Sapphire as C1 (contrasting color 1)
1 skein of Silver Grey as C2 (contrasting color 2)
1 skein of Sunrise as C3 (contrasting color 3)
Note: the sample used exactly 1 skein of C1 so if you’d like to be sure, I recommend getting 2 skeins or making sure you can easily purchase more if needed.
or light Fingering-weight yarn, approximately:
500 yds / 457 m of MC
314 yds / 287 m of C1 (please see the note above)
150 yds / 137 m of C2
130 yds / 119 m of C3
NEEDLES & NOTIONS
size 4 US / 3.5 mm circular needle
tapestry needle to weave in the yarn ends
22 sts and 44 rows in Garter stitch = 4” / 10 cm