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Waves in the Square Shawl...The shape is the thing.

The unique shaping of this beautifully patterned shawl ensures a comfortable, stable fit.The shawl consists of three equal sections of graceful “Print o’ the Wave” and a beaded picot border. Pattern is both written out and charted, and consists of 8 pages.

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Waves in the Square Shawl



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Fingering weight yarn, 1100 yds.
Sample used Mini-Maiden by Handmaiden Fine Yarn (50% silk, 50% wool, 500m/100g) in rose, 2 skeins


22-1/2” long, 47” wide between corners in back


20 stitches, 28 rows = 4” over stockinette stitch, blocked

materials errata

Ravelry users:

tigerlilith’s version:


In Chart A, Row 10 shows an ssk 6 squares past the yarnover at the beginning of the row. This square should be blank. The written instructions for this row are correct in the pattern.

On row 40 of Chart B, there should be a yarnover symbol in the leftmost box of that row.

In the beaded picot instructions, I omitted the part about transferring the last bound off stitch to the left needle before casting on the 2 additional stitches. I know most of you will have the sense to do this anyway, but I must apologize to anyone who has been confused and/or unable to follow these instructions because of my omission.

The instruction paragraph should read:

*CO 2 sts using knitted-on cast on method, place bead on last st made with small crochet hook, BO 6 sts. Transfer last st on right needle to left needle. Repeat from* across row. End with picot, then pick up and knit 1 st at bottom corner of picot, BO 1 st. Cut yarn and draw through loop.