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Kujaku Shawl - Daruma Genmou

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Kujaku Shawl
by Justyna Lorkowska

The shawl begins at the center and is worked outwards to the border. There are two Kfb increases in every row which create a long banana-like shape. The shawl body is worked in garter stitch and finished with contrasting color slip-stitch stripes. The two-color cabled border is worked sideways at the end and attached to the body by means of simple decreases and slipped stitches.  The sample shawl is worked in three contrasting colors but would look equally beautiful when knit in just one


(MC) Approximately 440 yards, 400 m
(CC1) Approximately 180 yards, 165 m
(CC2) Approximately 150 yards, 135 m
DARUMA GENMOU (100% merino wool; 165 yards / 151 m, 50g)
Sample is shown in col. # 1 - 3 balls, # 15 - 2 balls, # 14 - 1 ball

Gauge?after blocking?
15 stiches & 36 rows = 4" / 10 cm in Garter st with US 8 (5.0 mm) needle

US 8 (5.0 mm) 80 cm / 32” circular needle
Or needle to obtain gauge

One size
Approximately 190cm / 75” wide along top edge and 50 cm / 19” high

Stitch markers (2), cable needles (2), tapestry needle for weaving

Please note this is a physical pattern and not a PDF