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Slithering Shawl

By: Wiam Alisa from Wiam's Crafts
Updated February 26, 2021
Slithering Shawl
Slithering Shawl

"Hi everyone! I was fascinated with the reversible stitch pattern ever since a friend asked me to make a scarf she saw on Pinterest many years ago, way before I started my own blog. At the time, I thought that it was a hard stitch to learn and, so I declined to make it and apologized to her. Then when I started my individual career, I thought to myself why not give this pattern a second shot. It turned out to be very simple and fun to knit, I even incorporated it in a previous designs, my Carrot Cake Beanie. The challenge I faced while designing this shawl was trying to fit a pattern with a strict geometrical shape into an asymmetrical shawl. After a thorough study and many trials, I present to you this snake like scarf/shawl, which I will privately name the Slithering Scawl. All you have to do to get this lovely wrap is follow the instructions patiently, and make sure the cast on and bind off of the stitches are as neat as possible. You will get this beautiful and cozy knit piece that you can throw on during these cold days. By the way, you can make a matching Carrot Cake Beanie and get the perfect set. Stay safe and healthy, and keep up the good work. "

Intermediate

Knitting Needle Size10 or 6 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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