Intermediate | 36 min
Taught by Fancy Tiger
Jaime and Amber from Fancy Tiger Crafts show you how to make one of their most sought-after knitting projects: The Imposter’s Shawl. This triangular shawl got its name because the basket weave stitches and scalloped edging appear to be woven and crocheted – but, in fact, it’s all cleverly knitted. The shawl begins with a single stitch that grows quickly with strategically placed increases. The scalloped edge is added at the end, and then the whole shawl is blocked to perfection.

Chapters
Introduction
00:48
Materials
00:39
Make Shawl
19:24
09:52
Blocking
04:58
Finish
00:52
Materials
Here’s what you’ll need:
Materials:
  • The Imposter’s Shawl pattern (see PDF)
  • 2 skeins Fancy Tiger Craft’s Heirloom Romney yarn (or 400 yards of worsted weight yarn)
  • 40” long size 8 circular needle
  • Scissors
  • Darning needle
  • Removable stitch marker
  • Salad spinner (for blocking)
  • T pins
  • Blocking wires
  • Mat for blocking
Discussion
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