About this Pattern
This is a bottom-up triangular shawl that starts with just 8 stitches and builds up and out each row with a 2x2 rib. The rib is opened up with carefully placed yarn-overs that are knitted over a 12 row repeat and then dropped to create the open, water-like flowing pattern.
I designed this to be a project you can easily pick up and put down, always knowing where you’re at no matter how much time has passed. It’s perfect for parents who are constantly being interrupted by kids, for anyone who likes to take a project on-the-go, and it’s a great palate cleanser if you like to have something simple to knit between more complex projects. Once you’re through those initial set-up rows, you will know what to do just by looking at the stitches on your needle. If ‘reading’ your work sounds a little intimidating, please don’t worry! I’ve included a guide in the help section at the end of this pattern on how to figure out where you’re at just by looking at your work.