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knit shawl pattern

Posted by deb2832 (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 7, 09 at 2:06

Hi to all. While shopping today, I saw a woman with a great shawl. The back formed a v starting at the shoulder and ending with the tip at her waist. The front consisted of two straight pieces. They attached at the shoulder on either side. The front two pieces looked like long scarves with fringe at the bottom. The pattern appeared to be 3-4 knit rows then a purl row. She said that her mom had made it but had no idea what the pattern was. The pattern on the back was the same as the front two, 3-4 rows k the a p row. The center of the back from top to bottom appeared to have an open space or two as a design but was held together with the p row.
Any idea where I could find a pattern that looks like what I described?
I have been searching online but nothing so far.
Thanks in advance for any help offered

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RE: knit shawl pattern

Can't help with the pattern, but sounds like one I would be interested in. Hope someone can help you. (me too)

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