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Time
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the combo of soft worsted yarn and sleek fingering weight waves makes this a fun knit
Peeta is shaped using short rows to create gentle waves and a curved finished edge. The soft worsted wave section keeps you toasty warm while the open fingering weight yarn portion lighten things up.

Mix and match worsted and fingering weight yarns for tons of possibilities.

Great tv knitting. Simple and sweet.

Materials
300 yds (approximately) of worsted weight yarn (like Malabrigo) 230 yds of fingering weight (like Paper and Yarn)
US8 (5mm) circular needles, 36in or longer
Tapestry needle
Gauge
13sts x 36 rows = 4in in garter stitch
Exact gauge isn’t necessary
Finished Measurements
79in x 11in at widest point

Posted by sneezerville from Portland, Oregon, United States • Published See sneezerville's 30 projects »
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  • Step 1

    Shawl is knit entirely in garter stitch.
    Co 270 sts with worsted weight yarn.
    Garter st for 4 rows on last row place markers as so:
    K11, pm, k20, pm, k30, pm, k40, pm, k68, pm, k40, pm, k30, pm,
    k20, pm, k11

  • Step 2

    First set of short rows
    Row 1: k to 2sts bef 5th m, tw
    Row 2: yo, k to 2sts bef next m, tw
    Row 3: yo, k to 6 sts bef last yo, tw
    (Rep row 3)5x more
    Row 9: yo, k to last yo, k yo with next st (k2tog), rep with
    each yo, k to m, slm, k to 2sts bef next m, tw
    Row 10: yo, k (slm)2x and k yo with next st (k2tog) when you
    come to them to 2sts bef next m, tw
    Row 11: yo, k (slm)2x to 5sts bef next yo, tw
    (rep row 11)5x more
    Row 17: yo, k (slm)2x, k yo with next st (k2tog) when you come
    to them, k to m, slm, k to 2sts bef next m, tw
    Row 18: yo, k (slm)4x and k yo with next st (k2tog), k to 2sts
    bef next m, tw
    Row 19: yo, k (slm)4x, k to 4sts bef yo, tw 2 (rep row 19)3x more
    Row 23: yo, k (slm)5x, k yo with next st (k2tog) when you
    come to them, k to 2sts bef last m, tw
    Row 24: yo, k (slm)6x, k yo with next st (k2tog) when you
    come to them, k to 2 sts bef last m, tw
    Row 25: yo, k to 3sts bef yo, tw
    (rep row 25)1x more
    Row 27: yo, k (slm)7x, k yo with next st (k2tog) when you
    come to them, k to very end
    Row 28: k (slm)8x, k yo with next st (k2tog) when you come
    to them, k to opposite end

  • How to make a shawl. Peeta - Step 3
    Step 3

    Short rows for waves
    Row 29: k to 2sts bef 1st m, tw
    Row 30: yo, k to 2sts bef end, tw
    Row 31: yo, k to 2sts bef yo, tw
    Repeat row 31 1 more time
    Row 33: yo, k to m k yo with next st when you come to them,
    slm, k to 2sts bef next m (marker #2), tw
    Row 34: yo, k to 2sts bef next m, tw
    Row 35: yo, k to 3 sts bef yo, tw
    (rep Row 35)3x more
    Row 39: yo,k to m k yo with next st when you come to them,
    slm, k to 2 sts before next m (marker #3), tw
    Row 40: yo, k to 2sts bef next m, tw
    Row 41: yo, k to 4sts bef yo, tw
    (rep Row 41)3x more
    Row 45: yo, k to m k yo with next st when you come to them,
    slm, k to 2sts bef next m (marker #4), tw
    Row 46: yo, k to 2sts bef next m, tw
    Row 47: yo, k to 5sts bef yo, tw
    (rep Row 47)5x more
    Row 53: yo, k to m k yo with next st when you come to
    them, slm, k to 2st bef next m (marker #5), tw
    Row 54: yo, k to 2sts bef next m, tw
    Row 55: yo, k to 6sts bef yo, tw
    (rep Row 55)9x more
    Rows 65—72: rep section 4
    Rows 73-78: rep section 3
    Rows 79-84: rep section 2
    Row 85: yo, k to 2sts bef end, k yo with next st and slm
    when you come to them, tw
    Row 86: yo, k to 2sts bef m, tw
    (rep Row 86)2x more
    Row 89: k to end k yo with next st
    Row 90: k to other end k yo with next st and slm when you
    come to them

  • Step 4

    Creating a little more depth
    Row 91: k (slm)5x to 2sts bef next m, tw
    Row 92: yo, k (slm)2x to 2sts bef next m, tw
    Row 93: yo, k (slm)2x to 5sts bef yo, tw
    (Rep Row 93)1x more
    Row 95: yo, k (slm)1x to 2sts bef next m, tw
    Row 96: yo, k to 2sts bef next m, tw
    Row 97: yo, k to 6sts bef yo, tw
    (Rep Row 97)3x more
    Row 101: yo, k slm and k yo with next st to end the entire row
    Row 102: k slm and k yo with next st to the end of the entire
    row

  • Step 5

    More waves
    Row 103: k (slm)2x to 2sts bef 3rd m, tw
    Rep sections 3 (starting with row 40), 4, 5, 4, and 3 of waves, then knit to end of scarf k yo with next st when you come to them
    Final row with worsted : k to other end, k yo with next st when you come to them and removing markers
    Break yarn. (or keep it live and pick it up again when you are
    ready for the last worsted section.)

  • Step 6

    With fingering weight
    Starting at the beginning of the row:
    Row 1: k to last 8sts, tw
    Row 2: yo, k to last 8sts, tw
    Row 3: yo, k to 4sts bef yo, tw
    (rep Row 3)39x more
    Row 43: yo, k to end, k yo with next st when you come to them
    Row 44: k to end very end of row (including the 8sts of worsted that haven’t been k yet), k yo with next st when you come
    to them
    Break yarn.

  • How to make a shawl. Peeta - Step 7
    Step 7

    With worsted yarn:
    With WS still facing, turn work 90 degrees and pick up and k
    6sts from garter ridges of main body’s worsted weight portion
    Row 1(RS): k to 20sts bef end, tw
    Row 2: yo, k to 26sts bef end, tw
    Row 3: yo, k to 20sts bef yo, tw
    (rep Row 3)3x more
    Row 7: yo, k to 30sts bef yo, tw
    Row 8: yo, k to 30sts bef yo, tw
    Row 9: yo, to to end k yo with next st when you come to them,
    then pick up and k 6sts from garter ridges of main body’s wor-
    sted weight portion
    Row 10: k to other end of shawl k yo with next st when you come
    to them
    BO all stitches loosely. I used a needle 2 sizes larger than I
    was knitting with.
    Weave in ends.
    Block to measurements.

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js-m crafts
js-m crafts · Newry, Northern Ireland, GB · 19 projects
just found the printing version with abbreviations, thanks
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js-m crafts
js-m crafts · Newry, Northern Ireland, GB · 19 projects
Hi
I have just started this shawl. Do you have any abbreviations? Is yo yarn over to make a stitch or just taking the yarn round the back after wrapping the stitch?
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