Baker Street Shawl
Please note that this listing is for a PDF knitting pattern and not the finished object.
A stripy, asymmetrical shawl with effortless drape, this shawl can be worn over the shoulders on a chilly night, or as a cowl without too much extra bulk. Worked up in sport weight yarn and only fifty-four inches in length, this knits up relatively fast for a shawl. The irregular trapezoid shape is super simple with no short rows or tricky stitches!
The small amount of yarn you have left over after knitting this shawl can be used to make the Montague Street hat available at www.knittymcpurly.com as a free download!
Baker Street is worked flat, and is mainly garter stitch with simple increases and decreases to form the oblique chevron shaping.
Length: 54” / 137 cm
Depth: 16” / 40.5 cm
Both measurements are after blocking and light stretching.
Madelinetosh Tosh Sport (100% Merino Wool; 270 yds (247 m/100 g skein)
Color A: Astrid Gray
Color B: Well Water
Color C: Edison Bulb
Color D: Antler
1 skein of each or approx. 200 yds. / 183 m of each color of a sport weight wool in four colors
24-inch US #7/ 4.5 mm circular needle or size required to get gauge
18 sts / 33 rows = 4” in garter stitch
Since this is not a fitted garment, gauge is not super important; you can adjust your needle size to change the drape of your fabric and the size of your shawl.