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Friday FO: Little House Shawl

This week’s Friday FO is a mini shawl that I made for a friends daughter. This is a free pattern on ravelry called the Little House Shawl created by Joanna Johnson who says the design was inspired by the books of Laura Ingalls Walder in Little House on the Praire.

The shawl itself comes in sizes child and adult so you could make a matching mother-daughter set if you wished. The matchy-matchy look is very on trend this season.

Its a good pattern to try as a first shawl. I really enjoyed making it and here’s the finished object…

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I used lots of leftover yarn to do the feather and fan edging. You can have great fun playing around with the colours but it would work in a solid yarn just as well.

The shawl forms a half-crescent shape which wraps neatly over the shoulders. What a pretty gift to inspire a future knitter 🙂

Copyright: All images are copyright to Gillian Harkness. If you’d like to use any please ask first.

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8 Comments

  1. Reblogged this on cityofleedsrose and commented:
    Another one to add to the queue 😉

    1. Thanks for the re blog 🙂

      1. You are welcome 🙂

  2. I love it. So colorful and flirty.

    1. Thanks 🙂

  3. darnise dirocca says:

    I tried to get pattern on Ravelry and cannot seem to download it print it can anyone give me a link to pattern or tell me how to get it

    1. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/little-house-shawl

      This is the link to get the pattern on ravelry

  4. So cute, I love the frills! I think that looks easier to wear than a regular crescent shape.m

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