Shell Point Shawlette

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Shell Point Shawlette

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The Shell Point Shawlette was inspired by Sanibel Island, a unique barrier island along the gulf-coast of Florida that is known for beautiful sandy beaches and an abundance of seashells. Wear this crescent-shaped shawlette like a scarf to keep your neck warm and cozy during chilly weather any time of year.

Knitting skills used in this pattern: knit, purl, yarn over, knit four together through back loop, knit four together, short rows.

Finished piece measures 58 inches from end to end, 3 inches along each of the short edges, and 6 3⁄4 inches from top to bottom in the center. Use this size as a guideline, but feel free to adjust the pattern as you see fit.

Yarn requirements: Approximately 300 - 325 yards of fingering weight (14-16 wpi) handspun or commercial yarn. The scarf in the photograph was made using Blarney Yarn Whirl Superwash Merino in the "Jacaranda" color way.

Needle size: US 6 (4 mm) or size needed to obtain an appropriate fabric for your shawlette.


This listing is for the pattern only. Yarn and knitting needles are not included in this listing. Instructions for a smaller one-skein version are also included.

The pattern will be available for electronic download as a PDF document following receipt of your payment.

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