Fishnet Shawl with Braids | Free Pattern

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11 Responses

  1. Melodie says:

    love the pattern. question, I’m stuck on row 2. there is an extra stitch on each side. how did you account for this? I have counted and recounted and keep coming up with extra stitches. I have the 10 cast on and purled. Thank you for posting it and your time.

    • Lucy says:

      Hello Melodie!
      Thanks for your comment and sorry for taking it so long to reply.
      Usually the first stitch is not bring knitted, it is simply transferred to the right needle and forms the edge of your work. Same with the last stitch, it is used to firm the edge of the work and is not included into pattern. I usually knit it.
      Hope this helps!

      Cheers, Lucy

  2. Debrah says:

    This looks like the pattern for a light and airy shawl for which I have been searching…still…I have gone from 10 stitches to 76 stitches into the pattern…and increasing by two stitches eac RS row does not appear to give the result that is shown in the picture in which the model has raised her arms and the shawl into a wingspan, so to speak…MY QUESTION…

    Is this pattern top-down, which I thought it was based on that picture?

    • Lucy says:

      Hello Debrah!
      Actually, the increase is 4 stitches in each RS row – each YO creates a new stitch and there are 4 YO – 1 at the beginning of the row, 2 YO’s in the midddle and 1 in the end of the row.

  3. Bonnie says:

    I cannot find a way to print this pattern and I would very much like to do this. Can you help me? When I select print preview, I get some blog pages (no pattern) and several blank pages show in the preview.

  4. TINA VOLETTO says:

    I love the pattern

  5. mARSHA Lane says:

    cannot print instructions for multi stitch baby blanket Can you please e mail it to me. Thanks

  6. Marsha Traub says:

    Lucy!!! Thank you for the mention with what to do with the first and last stitch!!! I’m taking this to work on while I have dialysis…looks like it will be a quick knit for Christmas presents! Thank you so much for a pattern I don’t have to check off each and every row!

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