Wellingborough shawl pattern by Ewelina Murach
3 hanks Malabrigo Sock (1320 yards)
Wellingborough is a triangular shawl knit with 3 hanks of Malabrigo Sock combining stockinette, lace, and garter stitches.
The shawl starts with a triangle worked in garter stitch. When the triangle is complete, stitches are picked up along the two sides and the rest of the shawl is worked top down, one side at a time. The left and right side of the shawl are worked alternately, on separate needles.
photos © Ewelina Murach and Malabrigo
Width: 75.25" / 191 cm, Depth: 29.25" / 74 cm
Stockinette stitch: 24 sts and 34 rows = 4" / 10 cm
Long tail, backward loop and cable cast-ons, knit, purl, increases, yarn overs, picking up stitches
3 hanks Malabrigo Sock = 1320 yds / 1307 m. Shown in 611 Ravelry Red, 009 Polar Morn, and 803 Ochre.
TWO sets of US #5 / 3.75 mm 47" / 120 cm long circular needles, or size needed to obtain gauge
Two locking stitch markers, tapestry needle