Fettled by Claire Walls


September 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
29 stitches and 42 rows = 4 inches
in Fractured Lattice
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
950 - 1410 yards (869 - 1289 m)
Medium (Large)
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This pattern is available for £6.00.

I’m so excited to share Fettled with you, a crescent-shaped shawl packed with texture and super easy to wear. If styling shawls has been something you’ve struggled with in the past, this may be the one for you. The long, gently curving shape can be easily worn like a traditional scarf, making the transition from the warmer to cooler months a breeze!

Twisted stitches create an almost embossed texture along the body. Watch the pattern emerge as your shawl increases, reaching out in a latticework of crisp stitches to a flowing border of tiny flowers.


Blacker Yarns Lyonesse 4ply, pure wool with linen. 190 yds (175 m) per 50g.

3(6) balls in MC.
Approx 660(1010) yds of MC.

2(3) balls in CC.
Approx 270(400) yds of CC.

For a single colour shawl you will need:

5(8) balls/approx 950(1410)yds.

Sample features Aquamarine for MC and Moonstone for CC.


29 st x 42 rows in Fractured Lattice = 4 inch (10 cm) after blocking.


3mm circular needle with a minimum 47 inch cable, or size to obtain gauge.

Finished Dimensions:

1 (2)

Width along top edge: 70(90) inches/178(228.5)cm

Depth at longest point: 14.5(19) inches/37(48.5)cm

Sample shown in large.


Tapestry needle.

Skill Level:

3 of 5