I love shrugs!
So cute, so handy, so quick to make!
And how nice it feels to put it on a sunny Sunday morning with a pretty dress, even if you are not going anywhere...
The Summer Sunday shrug features an attractive construction with back/front worked as one piece. The shrug gradually widens towards the shoulders giving you a freedom of movement and comfort.
The 2-stich cable pattern is as eye-catching as it is simple. The sides are picked up from the front/back piece and worked straight, so the only two seams that you will need to sew are the sides.
It will look stunning in solid or variegated yarns.
Materials: Any yarn of worsted weight 630-650 yards (model on the picture is knitted in Caron Simply Soft, 315 yards/6 oz, 2 skeins )
Needles : US6 (4 mm)
Notions: 1 pretty button, sewing needle
Size : S/M/L/XL . Lower edge width: 28/30/32/34 in.; length from the neck to the bottom of shrug 14/14.5/15/15.5 in.
Gauge: Stockinet pattern: 4.5 st x 7rows in 1x1 inch square (16 st x 25 rows in 10x10 cm square)
The pattern is has WRITTEN instructions.
I am offering this pattern as an instant PDF download through Raverly (PayPal) for $4.00 (US).