How to knit a shawl from center and out

In this DROPS video we show a pretty technique to knit a shawl from the center and out. This technique is frequently used for our shawl design.

The pattern will say something like knit 6 rows over 3 sts and at the end of 6th row do not turn piece but rotate 90 degrees clockwise, pick up 3 sts along the edge (i.e. 1 st in every ridge (1 ridge = 2 rows in garter st)), rotate piece again, 90 degrees clockwise and pick up 3 sts along cast on edge (i.e. 1 st in every st) = 9 sts on needle. Continue in pattern.

You must read the pattern to be able to follow. You’ll find patterns where you can use this technique by clicking on the pictures below.

Tags: shawls,

The video above can be used in the following patterns

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Comments (5)

Ximena 20.04.2019 - 23:25:

Numero de palillos .

Linda Fleshman 01.02.2015 - 08:55:

There is no sound with this video on your web site or on the YouTube one. Can you fix it please. Thankyou

Carolina 19.03.2013 - 14:16:

Agradezco tus explicaciones, hace mucho tiempo deseaba saber cómo hacer un chal con palillos.

Pernilla 12.09.2012 - 14:28:

I'd missed that. Thanks!

Pernilla 31.08.2012 - 10:37:

Vilka mönster har ni som använder denna teknik? What patterns do you have that use this technique?

DROPS Design 31.08.2012 - 12:22:

142-29. Look to the left on this page: Related patterns

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