Diamond Crescent Shawl
|Diamond Crescent Shawl|
The Diamond Crescent shawl will have you dripping in diamonds...
textural diamonds and diamond eyelets, to be precise!
No fancy skills required to create this gem.
Just knits, purls and some simple increases and decreases is all you need.
Worked flat from the center neck out, you’ll create a field of diamonds, a myriad of dots, and elegant diamond eyelets, with garter ridges bordering each section. Simple increases create the crescent shape that effortlessly hugs your shoulders and arms.
Basic Pattern Info
32” x 53 ½” / 81 x 136cm
298g / 10.5 oz
Yarn that I used:
Cloudborn Ltd. Ed. Alpaca Silk Wool Worsted
65% Alpaca, 26% Silk, 9% Wool
222 yds/203m; 100g/3.5oz
1 skein each:
Color A: Greige
Color B: Natural
Color C: Dark Teal
*any worsted weight merino blend would work great
US9/5.5mm Circular needle w/long cable
9 sts x 17 rows = 2”/5cm
Stitch marker x2 (optional)
Video tutorials provided for working a Garter Tab Cast On using Judy's Magic Cast On and for the Icelandic Bind Off.
-Complete project by the deadline
- Make a Ravelry project page with pictures of the FO and link to the pattern page.
This step is critical! (I will provide the link along with the pattern.)
NOTE: If you no longer use Ravelry, please post photos to social media with tags below.
- Keep track of actual yardage used
- Post a weekly update to your Ravelry page.
- Email me feedback on the pattern. Feel free to ask question as they come up, and I’ll do my
best to respond quickly.
This is a public test knit, you are encouraged to post WIP images on your social media accounts and talk about it in podcasts if you host any. Please tag #jentollknits #diamondcrescentshawl
This test is also being run on Yarnpond if you're on that.