Candle Flame Knit Shawl [FREE Knitting Pattern]

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Level up your outfit with this Candle Flame Knit Shawl. This pretty shawl is a must-have addition to your spring or fall accessory collection.

You can get the pattern for this pretty cool accessory on the Knit Picks website.

Candle Flame Shawl – A Classy and Elegant Accessory

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This free knitting pattern is ideal for Level 4 - Intermediate Level Knitters

Another amazing and classy pattern from Knit Picks designer Debra Bright. This Candle Flame Knit Shawl is knit in silk with a beautiful peacock feather pattern that provides wonderful texture to the product. As a matter of fact, It’s a great addition for our intermediately-skilled knitters to work on.

Moreover, this pattern is available in one size only, which measures about 16 inches by 70 inches blocked. That’s approximately 40.64 by 177.8 cm if you prefer to use the metric system.

To make this pattern, you will need Luminance Hand Painted Yarn, It’s a luxurious lace weight yarn that is made up of 100% mulberry silk fibers. This yarn radiates luxury and sheen, the perfect yarn for accessory and garment projects.

You will need a US size 4 straight or circular knitting needle. That’s approximately 3.5 mm if you prefer to use the metric system.

You will need to do the k2tog knitting decrease when making this piece. The k2tog or knitting 2 stitches together is a basic right slanting decrease common in knitting patterns.

If you like to learn how to make K2tog, you can check out our fully illustrated tutorial for this technique that you’ll find helpful. You can find the tutorial here: Basic Right-Slanting Decrease (K2tog).

You will also be using the YO or open yarnover increase when you make this project. The open yarnover increase is an increase technique commonly used on lace patterns. It is a standalone, vertical increase, meaning it neither leans to the left nor to the right.

If you’re not familiar with the open yarnover increase and would like to learn how to do it, we have a fully illustrated, step-by-step tutorial for it you’ll surely find helpful. You can find this tutorial here: Learn the Open Yarnover Increase (YO).

Download Pattern

You can download the FREE knitting pattern of this pretty shawl here: Candle Flame Shawl Pattern

In addition, you can purchase the recommended yarn through this link here: Luminance Hand Painted Yarn

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