New Fickle Knitter Pattern! Flambe One Skein Shawl

Cmuralidhara's Flambe photo
Photo and Shawl Credit Cmuralidhara
Flambe One Skein Shawl is now available for sale after thorough tech editing and test knitting!

Flambe Shawl in Tilli Tomas

Flambe One Skein Shawl knits up quickly with only one skein of sock yarn! It uses 321 yards of new Tilli Tomas Artisan Sock and a size US 7/4.5 mm needle. The pattern is knit as a traditional triangle, starting with a few stitches and increasing out from the center to the edge. Flambe One Skein Shawl has a knit-on border which means it’s not necessary to bind off 200+ stitches at once! The bold knit-on edging is worked back and forth over 17 stitches and a k2tog with the main body stitches every other row eliminates the large bind off stitch by stitch.

The pattern includes written instructions as well as charts. It has been test knit and tech edited and is presented in a clear manner. This is a beginner level lace triangle pattern.

This quick-to-knit triangle lace shawlette is simple and elegant with its lovely, knit-on lace edging.

Size US 7/4.5 mm Knitting Needles, or size needed to get gauge.

One 100 gram ball of Tilli Tomas Sock [90% Superwash Merino, 10% Nylon]. 440 yards/404 meters. Total yardage: 321 yards/ 295 meters.

20 stitches and 32 rows over 4 inches in Main Body Stitch

Finished Pattern Measurements
54 inches wide by 19.5 inches long after blocking.

Flambe Shawl in Tilli Tomas

A word about Test Knitting and Pattern Editing
I want to take the opportunity to thank Chaitanya for her beautiful knitting and photography. I’m in the tricky position of having my business grow to the point where sample knitters are sometimes necessary for the deadlines that have become a part of the growing process. Tech editors, test knitting and sample knitters are the holy trinity of producing a quality pattern that I’m proud to sell. I am able to provide high quality patterns due to the work of my wonderful tech editor Tracey, and experienced test knitters like Chaitanya and Lisa. Both editing and testing helps me refine my patterns and weed out inevitable errors. When you produce any document that has over 1,000 words there are places where mistakes can creep in! But having multiple people read and actually test patterns with a fresh pair of eyes helps overcome author myopia.

That’s a long way of saying thank you and my life wouldn’t be as enriched without thoughtful and talented knitters like Chaitanya, Lisa and Tracey! Thanks ladies, I don’t know what I’d do without you.


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Knitting Tin Hats since 2004.
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5 Responses to New Fickle Knitter Pattern! Flambe One Skein Shawl

  1. marri says:

    michelle, you’ve outdone yourself! just gorgeous!

  2. Helen says:

    Yet another lovely shawl!! You design such beauty. 🙂

  3. Lisa says:

    Another lovely design and some great photos as well. You look beautiful Michelle and the shawl does too!

  4. AlisonH says:

    Absolutely gorgeous. Just, wow.

  5. Liz says:

    Beautiful!! It’s in my queue and will be done once I finish Fleurdelise and a few other shawls… 🙂

    A question about designing lace triangular shawls because I can’t leave a comment on that post… is it possible to create what is basically a two-triangle shawl without having the vertical line of increases going down the middle? If the total number of stitches increases only by four stitches each patterned row, would that still work out? Any help you can offer would be appreciated. Thanks, and again, thank you for sharing your beautiful patterns with us! 🙂

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