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Bliss - Shawl (Pattern) - English version - PDF

Bliss - Shawl (Pattern) - English version - PDF

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Bliss is a large symmetric triangle shawl knitted holding one strand of fingering-type yarn together with one strand of Lace-type yarn. It is worked in one piece, back and forth from left to right. 

With this design, I meant to create a shawl that would be warm thanks to the yarns used, comfy due to its large size but, yet elegant thanks to the baroque-styled cable that runs all along the border. I also wanted it to be fun and easy to make. 

The model is accessible to curious beginners. Instructions are both on charts and written row by row.



This shawl is knitted holding 2 yarns together: 1 fingering-type yarn 

and 1 Lace-type yarn (mohair and silk) **or approximatively 770m / 842y of each yarn**. You can also knit it with only one strand of DK-weight yarn.


Sample was knitted using 2 skeins of ByNightCreations MilkyWay (85% SW merinos / 15% viscose – 100 g/400 m/440 y) dyed with hibiscus and 2 skeins of ByNightCreations Halo (72% Superkid mohair / 28% mulberry silk - 50g/420m/460y) dyed with cutch and cochineal (cachou-cochenille).


Size: Width: 240cm / 92" - Height: 80cm / 31"


Gauge (after blocking) : 

19 sts. x 26 rows = 10 cm / 4” in stockinette stitch

17 sts. x 24 rows = 10 cm / 4” in farrow rib pattern (see instructions in pattern) 

(Gauge is not necessary but a different one will affect the size of the finished shawl or the amount of yarn used) 


Needles: 4,5mm / US #7 


Notions: 1 marker, cable needle, scissors, darning needle and pins for blocking 

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