Sweater Shawl – Knitting Pattern


You need this cheerful bit of color in your wardrobe, it’s a quick knit for your slow fashion collection.  Sourced from recycled silk and hand dyed by a team of dedicated artisans, imported by a woman owned company, what could be better?


When you have had enough of scarves and rectangular shapes for home decorating, it’s time to pick up a new skill and try your first garment.  This project is the perfect first garment because there is no increasing nor shaping of any kind to concern yourself with as you effortlessly let the stockinette rows flow off your needles with a simple cable edge for your first try at texture.  Two different cuffs are presented for the sleeves so let your creativity be your guide and create your own masterpiece.


Materials: Cascade Eco+, (100% wool) 478yards/250grams, Color: Crushed Grape, 3 skeins

Needles: US 10 for cuffs and hem, US 10.5  for bodice and sleeves. Recommended circular needle sizes; 24” and 12” or DPNs in lieu of the 12” circulars.

Notions: 6 markers, tapestry needle

Gauge: 16 sts x 20 rows = 4″/10cm stockinette blocked, steam blocking recommended

Dimensions:: 27”from collar to hem x 68” wide. See diagram for additional information

Modeled photography by Gale Zucker worn by Ellen Barrett, we spare no expense here at First Byte to present our knit and crochet garments in the best light possible


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