Autumn Cascade Knitted Shawl Pattern

$5.50

This pattern is designed for use with 3-4 skeins of our Resilient Sock Yarn in colorway: Scarlet. Choose any color you like, though. If you get gauge, you'll use virtually all 3 skeins. If you knit loosely, you'll want to get 4 skeins just to be safe. You'll need US Size 4 (3.50 mm) 40" circular needles and US 10 (6.00 mm) circular needles if using the continuous i-cord edging.

Why You'll Adore This Amazing Shawl:

•A unique and lovely i-cord edging is just one highlight of this shawl, which was created as an ode to autumn.

•The center panel's "Cascading Leaves" pattern is varied enough to hold the interest of a more experienced knitter, but features an easy to work 15-stitch repeated pattern worked over 20 rows.

•The solid side panels will keep you warm and cozy and make this shawl a perfect wrap for the crisp autumn evenings.

•Advanced level for the experienced knitter.

•A great way to use sock yarn or any of your favorite fingering weight yarn. 

•Charted and written instructions included.

Designed by Jennifer Matlock

You'll receive a digital file only (instantly downloadable as a PDF) and won't be shipped anything. Please allow a few minutes for the download link to be emailed to you. If the email doesn't arrive within a few minutes, just log into your account on our site and you'll see your Completed Orders. From there, you'll find the download link.

Enjoy your knitting!

Chandi

You may sell the items you make using my patterns. I just ask that you link back to my shop. Thanks!

Errata: 

On page 2, under the "Continuous i-cord edge cast-on" section, currently says:

Wrong Side (purl side) - both edges: P1, move yarn to back, slip 1 purlwise, move yarn to front, P1, move yarn to back, slip 1 purlwise
 
The bolder part (, slip 1 purlwise) should not be in there. It should read:
Wrong Side (purl side) - both edges: P1, move yarn to back, slip 1 purlwise, move yarn to front, P1, move yarn to back
Full Description

This pattern is designed for use with 3-4 skeins of our Resilient Sock Yarn in colorway: Scarlet. Choose any color you like, though. If you get gauge, you'll use virtually all 3 skeins. If you knit loosely, you'll want to get 4 skeins just to be safe. You'll need US Size 4 (3.50 mm) 40" circular needles and US 10 (6.00 mm) circular needles if using the continuous i-cord edging.

Why You'll Adore This Amazing Shawl:

•A unique and lovely i-cord edging is just one highlight of this shawl, which was created as an ode to autumn.

•The center panel's "Cascading Leaves" pattern is varied enough to hold the interest of a more experienced knitter, but features an easy to work 15-stitch repeated pattern worked over 20 rows.

•The solid side panels will keep you warm and cozy and make this shawl a perfect wrap for the crisp autumn evenings.

•Advanced level for the experienced knitter.

•A great way to use sock yarn or any of your favorite fingering weight yarn. 

•Charted and written instructions included.

Designed by Jennifer Matlock

You'll receive a digital file only (instantly downloadable as a PDF) and won't be shipped anything. Please allow a few minutes for the download link to be emailed to you. If the email doesn't arrive within a few minutes, just log into your account on our site and you'll see your Completed Orders. From there, you'll find the download link.

Enjoy your knitting!

Chandi

You may sell the items you make using my patterns. I just ask that you link back to my shop. Thanks!

Errata: 

On page 2, under the "Continuous i-cord edge cast-on" section, currently says:

Wrong Side (purl side) - both edges: P1, move yarn to back, slip 1 purlwise, move yarn to front, P1, move yarn to back, slip 1 purlwise
 
The bolder part (, slip 1 purlwise) should not be in there. It should read:
Wrong Side (purl side) - both edges: P1, move yarn to back, slip 1 purlwise, move yarn to front, P1, move yarn to back
Current Stock:
Craft Knit Free/Paid Paid Yardage 800 and up Yarn Base Resilient Sock Yarn Weight Fingering

Customer Reviews 5 (15 Reviews) Write a Review

Beautiful way of combining solid panels with cascading leaves
5 Stars

I currently have this shawl on my knitting needles and I am loving the look of it. You really have to pay attention on the back side because it's not all purl stitches but that's OK because I know the finished piece will be totally worth it. Thank you for a beautiful knit pattern! Keep them coming.

Lovely!!
5 Stars

This is a lovely shawl and very easy to work up. My friend loves it!!

amazing!
5 Stars

I'm in love with this pattern and shawl. Well written and easy to work up.

This shawl is so beautiful!
5 Stars

I just stare at the pattern and then the pictures, and I know that this is going to be one beautiful shawl when I am done with it! I am doing it in purple sock yarn that appears to change colors depending on how the light shines on the yarn. It is a handpainted yarn that I had in my stash, and I just love the way it is knitting up. Sorry that I didn't use the Expression Fiber Arts yarn suggested. I am on a yarn diet and using the yarn in my stash if I have it to do my projects. This pattern is beautiful though. I can't wait to see how it looks when it is finished!

Exquisite
5 Stars

Another beautiful pattern!!