Kukka Shawl is an uncomplicated to knit triangular shawl. It is worked from the upper edge’s centre down- and outwards. The increases are worked with yarn overs. The shawl has the typical small rice grain pattern of the Kukka- collection in the upper part, which is framed by a delicate cable pattern in the lower part. In this instruction you can find explanations on how to work Kukka Shawl in your favourite size. Kukka Shawl can be worked as a small bandana, as a headscarf or as a voluminous, large cuddly shawl.
One Size, Difficulty ●●○○○
Yarn Small shawl (Cover picture on the right) 20 g ITO Sensai (60 % mohair, 40 % silk, meterage approx. 240 m/ 20 g) in colour 0333 Chestnut and 40 g ITO Urugami (72 % wool, 28 % paper, meterage approx. 240 m/ 40 g) in colour 219 Smoke Gray, double thread.
Large shawl (Cover picture on the left) 150 g Lana Grossa Silkhair Haze Print (70 % mohair, 30 % silk, meterage approx. 425 m/ 50 g) in colour 1208 and 150 g Cool Wool Lace (100 % wool, merino, meterage approx. 400 m/ 50 g) in colour 14, double thread.
Recommended needles: Circular needle 4 mm, min.100 cm long.
Gauge, washed and blocked, double thread: 10 x 10 cm in stockinette stitch = 20 sts x 34 rows on needle 4 mm.
The gauge swatch is not critical for this project, but variations will affect the amount of yarn needed and the size of the shawl.
Supplies: 4 stitch markers, 1 cable needle, 1 wool needle, measuring tape, scissors.
Please note that I do not send ebooks by email.
IMPORTANT: rosa p. is not responsible for the loss of ebooks. Therefore, please ALWAYS save your file externally, e.g. in the Dropbox, iCloude or in Google drive or on an external hard drive.
Rosa p. / Rike Pacholleck owns all rights to these pattern.
The e-book may only be used for private use. It is not allowed to use the e-book for the production of sales items. Copying and passing on the instructions as well as mass production are not permitted. No liability is accepted for any errors in the instructions.
Attention: these knitting instructions are an electronic e-book that can be printed out on any commercially available printer, not a finished shawl.
To read a PDF, you need Adobe Acrobat Reader, which you can download for free from the Internet (http://get.adobe.com/de/reader/) if required.