design : Trin Annelie
"With its different textures and soft colors, this shawl
is named after my mother’s hometown of Ulm. The patterns and vintage look nostalgically recall my grandmother’s home, the old town architecture and happy memories of exploring my family’s past through a child ́s eyes."
- Trin Annelie
The shawl starts with 3 CO sts and continues with setting up the shaping and the first textured section. Increasing happens symmetrically on both outer edges of the shawl until the total number of stitches and therefore the tip of the triangle is reached. The final shaping is done by adding stitches on one edge and reducing them on the other.
To finish the shawl stitches are picked up along the edge towards the tip of the triangle and then bound off with a regular BO.
The pattern contains fully written instructions as well as charts.
Find out more about this pattern by reading our blog post.
Approx. 220 cm/86 1⁄2" along top edge, 70 cm/271⁄2" in depth.
De Rerum Natura Gilliatt (100% Wool - Merino; 250 m (273 yd)/100g).
Sample is shown in colorways Sel (MC), Poivre et sel (CC1), Quartz (CC2) and Poivre (CC3).
MC: Approx. 680 m/744 yd
CC1: Approx. 225 m/246 yd
CC2: Approx. 130 m/142 yd
CC3: Approx. 158 m/173 yd
4.5 mm/US 7 circular needle 80 cm/32" or a length appropriate for you to knit the number of sts on the needles comfortably.
Gauge is not critical for this design but will affect the finished size.
Half Linen stitch pattern :
19 sts and 40 rows in 10 cm/4 " worked at and blocked
Stockinette stitch :
19 sts and 30 rows in 10 cm/4 " worked at and blocked.
Little butterfly pattern :
19 sts and 40 rows in 10 cm/4 " worked at and blocked.
PDF to download (you will receive one file in French and one file in English).