Aranthera Shawl




Pattern: Aranthera Shawl

A great piece for layering, Aranthera is a sideways-knit shawlette that can be easily worked until you run out of yarn. The she shawl begins by casting on six stitches. The body of the shawl is worked by increasing along the top edge, while working decreases along the bottom edge, so that the fabric is on the bias. Once the pattern is established, the shawl can be worked to desired size. Find a nice, bright skein of sock yarn from the stash and brighten up your winter days!

The Aranthera Shawl Pattern Includes:

  • Complete materials and yarn requirements list
  • Full color photos
  • Notes page for keeping track of your progress and/or modifications
  • Detailed written pattern instructions
  • This pattern is a 3-page downloadable and printable digital PDF.

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