Cross Sea Shawl by KixKat Designs

Cross Sea Shawl

October 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 56 rows = 4 inches
in garter st
US 5 - 3.75 mm
3.75 mm (F)
325 - 375 yards (297 - 343 m)
One Size
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Cross seas are formed when two wave systems cross while traveling at angles to each other. While a true cross sea ocean pattern is as dangerous as it is beautiful, this shawl is completely harmless! The Cross Sea Shawl is a simple knit with only a few design features, perfect for a quick knit gift. You can also easily size up the yarn & needles for a larger shawl!

• 350 yds of a fingering weight yarn (can use heavier yarns for a larger shawl)
• US5 (3.75mm) needles
• Waste yarn in the same weight as the main yarn
• US5 or smaller needles (for the provisional cast on pick-up)
• 3.75mm crochet hook (for the provisional cast on)
• Needle to weave in ends
• Stitch marker

• Approximately 20 st by 56 rows in 4” garter st, blocked (gauge not incredibly important for this item)

• 39” wide by 15” height, blocked

• K2tog
• Provisional cast on
• Twisted hem (tutorial included)
• Cross stitches (tutorial included)
• YO
• Twice-worked bind off
• Wrapped & dropped stitches

This pattern will be using abbreviations as found by the Crafty Yarn Council, which can be found at this website: .