I’m delighted to announce the release of my Succulent Shawl pattern!

You can find my original Succulent Shawl Ravelry project page here.

Succulent Shawl | www.gradianceyarns.co.uk

Many years ago my sister asked for a couple of succulent plants for her Birthday. I obliged and found some interested looking plants for her.

A few weeks later I bought my own. One commonly known as a jade tree or money tree, and the other a spiky type of aloe.

Very easy to care for, the jade tree only 2 years later is absolutely huge! It has outgrown my deepest windowsill and I’m not sure where to go next. The aloe, also keeping very well. Oh, and I have many many more succulents now filling the windowsills.

This Succulent Shawl pattern is inspired by the basic shape of that very young aloe, with its three spikes.

aloe plant | www.gradianceyarns.co.uk

~Materials~
2 x 100g skein of fingering weight yarn (2 x 400m)
1 x 4.00mm circular knitting needle (UK8/US6)
1 x darning needle

~Final Measurements~
109cm at widest point x 60cm at deepest point.

~Stitches~
Difficulty: Intermediate
Knit & purl
Increases & decreases
One larger increase
Charts

~Requires the ability to read your knitting to identify a knit two together (k2tog) stitch~

To get the pattern for yourself simply click here to visit the Ravelry pattern page.

Succulent Shawl | www.gradianceyarns.co.uk


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