Pink Shawl

Pattern by: Joanne Zabielski
St. Bernadette Parish
Orchard, Park, NY

Joanne writes: "#15 knitting needles
2-3 balls each of 2 different yarns -
For this shawl I like to use for breast cancer patients or survivors…the two-tone pink gives it the color for “The Cure”. Or, feel free to use any colors you want.
Caron One Pound Worsted Weight 4 ply Soft Pink
2 skeins Bernat – Baby Coordinates Color – Pink 09412 (it’s a deep pink-blends beautifully with the Soft Pink) 0 Sports Weight – Tricot


Using 1 strand each of each yarn held together to obtain gauge, CO 64 sts loosely.

Rows 1–6: Knit across.

Row 7 (WS): K5, (k2tog) 3 times; *(yo, k1) 6 times, (k2tog) 6 times, rep from * once; (yo, k1) 6 times, (k2tog) 3 times, k5.
Row 8: Knit across
Row 9: K5, p54, k5
Row 10: Knit across

Rep Rows 7–10 until shawl measures 59 inches

Rep Row 7 once more, then work Rows 1–6 once. Bind off all sts and weave in ends.

FRINGE: Cut 10" strands of both yarns together, place a knot stitch in each loop across on both ends."


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