The Dust Devil Shawl pattern by Rebecca Woelber is another Free Pattern Friday pick by our very own Renata. This asymmetrical triangle is worked flat starting at the left corner with increases at the beginning of every right side row. For a clean edge, the first stitch is slipped at the beginning of every row.
The simple twisted stitch creates a unique fabric with the illusion of desert twisters or “dust devils”.
The tassels are optional but if you choose to make them, save about 44 yd / 40 m of yarn. This is included in the total yardage of the pattern.
Dust Devil is worked in two sections which makes it easy to adjust the size. Even the weight of yarn can be substituted, which will customize the shawl.
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Approximately 1,500 yards / 1,372 m of fingering weight yarn, held double OR 750 yard / 685 m of a DK/Lt. Worsted weight yarn, held single
Shown in YOTH Little Brother (80% Superwash Merino, 10% Cashmere, 10% Nylon), 435 yards / 100 m per 100g skein; Raw Honey color; 4 Skeins total used
Optional: 3 tassels needing 44 yards / 40 m total of yarn
US #9 / 5.5mm; 32 in / 80 cm circular or double point needle or size needed to obtain gauge
19 stitches / 20 rows = 4 in. / 10 cm in left twist pattern w/ fingering weight yarn held dbl, blocked
SIZE AND DIMENSION
One Size Asymmetrical Triangle: 36 ½ in / 93 cm wingspan and 65 in / 165 cm deep, blocked (refer to schematic)
Tapestry needle, cable needle
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