Sugar Maple Shawl

Aug 12, 2010
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This colorful shawl stays on your shoulders with its V-shaped top edge. This easy pattern uses sock-weight yarn, cluster stitches, as well as a shell pattern edging.

Designer Sharon Ballsmith
Finished Size:
About 52" wide across top edge and 28" long from top to bottom at center.
Yarn:
Lorna’s Laces Shepherd Sock (80% superwash wool, 20% nylon; 215 yd [197 m]/2 oz [57 g]): #610 zombie bbq, 8 hanks.
Hook:
Size H/8 (5 mm) and G/6 (4.25 mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.
Notions:
Yarn needle.
Gauge:
7 reps (22 sts including 1 dc) = 4½" and 11 rows (including set-up dc row) = 4" in fb-sh patt with larger hook, blocked.


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E.L wrote
on Sep 9, 2010 11:12 AM

The Sugar Maple Shawl (fall 2010, p. 58) includes no fewer than 11 special stitches, not mentioning the basic "sh patt." Would it be possible to post stitch diagrams of some or all of these stitches here on the web? And possibly a diagram of the first section of the shawl?

on Sep 9, 2010 12:00 PM

This is a beautiful shawl. I'm making it now with yarn from my stash.   I want to make it again with the suggested yarn because I love the fall colors.  The pattern is a bit tricky until you get it down, but it will be well worth the effort

M Hunt

JanP wrote
on Sep 30, 2010 8:02 AM

Does anybody have a sample in a solid color?  I'd like to see the stitch pattern without the varigated color changes.

on Sep 30, 2010 8:29 AM

Jan: Here is a picture of the pattern detail. I'm not crazy about the solid color, which came from my stash. It is Luster Sheen yarn. I hope this helps you.

Isabheli wrote
on Nov 22, 2011 9:52 PM

The design was intricate and I will not be surprised that in the coming months, this type of shawl will become a fashion trend on this side of the world. term papers

molly z. wrote
on Dec 5, 2011 6:25 PM

It's fall 2011 and I have decided to make this shawl.  Read thru the directions, but am confused.  I really think this pattern could have been presented much better - with a diagram to show how it is shaped and a few dimensions AND a stitch diagram layout.

Is that the stitch type & count indicated after the 'dash' on each row? If it is, tt does not match the order of the instructions just given.

How or where is some help to de-mystify these instructions?  thanks a bunch in advance for some help, molly z.