Prairie Valley Shawl

Cables softly roll along the edge and breezy lace fills the middle. Both the cable direction and the diagonal mesh change direction at the half-way point so that your triangle has a pleasing visual balance.

Side-to-side construction means you can maximize yarn usage or play around with sizing. The fringe is worked as part of the shawl – 4 garter stitches on the right edge are dropped down at the very last row. No need to leave yarn for the fringe or attach the fringe! There’s a video tutorial for this step!

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Skills Used
•knit and purl
•k tbl, p tbl
•k2tog, ssk
•M1R, yo


Width: 57” / 145 cm Depth: 22” / 56 cm (not including fringe)


•Fingering Weight Yarn 500 – 523 yards (457 – 478 m)
shown: 1 skein Leading Men Fiber Arts Monologue (65% SW Merino / 20% silk / 15% yak); 523 yd. / 478 m per 120 g skein); colourway shown: Bean Stalk

•Needles: US 7 / 4.5 mm needles or size needed to get gauge

•Notions: cable needle, stitch markers, yarn needle

This pattern has been tech edited and test knit.


Prairie Valley Shawl