During my summer in Alaska, I wrote Arabah, a simple shawl pattern. Ever since I finished the project, I find myself sporting the new shawl more often than not. Something about it makes me feel like Little Red Riding Hood. The yarn I used is a DK 100% Pima Cotton Yarn from Cloudborn. I was pleasantly surprised at how soft the yarn is, yet it never pilled or shed. It even holds its color vibrantly! It is by far the best cotton I have used to date, and something I intend to use on many more patterns in the future.
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CO: Cast On ST: Stitch K: Knit P: Purl SL: Slip stitch
KFB: Knit front and back in the same st (Increase st)
PBF: Purl back and front in the same st (increase st)
Finished Measurements: Blocked to 42” length, 60” Width
CO 3 sts.
Row1: Sl, KFB, K1 (4 sts)
Row 2: Sl, P1, PBF, P1
Row3: Sl, K to last 2 sts, KFB, K1
Row4: Sl, P to last 2 sts, PBF, P1
Repeat rows 3-4 four more times
Row13-14: Sl, P to last 2 sts, PBF, P1
Repeat rows 3-14 to desired length
For this piece, I repeated the pattern 24 times.
Finishing: Knit across, binding off as you work. (or use desired bind off)