The Remedy PDF


Part of the Pick Your Poison Collection

The Remedy shawl is a sideways shawl. This means stitches are first increased as you go along one edge until you reach the halfway point and then decreases are worked along the same side. The two main benefits of a sideways shawl are that there are never too many stitches on the needle and once and that they can easily be resized. There are notes given in the instructions about how to make your shawl larger or smaller to suit your taste.

The shawl pin shown in the photos is from Cacklin’ Hen Designs.


1 skein Fiddle Knits Fibers, Swoolk*
[70% superwash merino / 30% silk; 440 yds; 100 g; fingering weight], Color: “Bloody Mary”
*Swoolk is a discontinued line. Try Polka or Dye-A-Tonic on for size!

US 6 / 4mm circular needle (32” cable or longer)
Adjust needle size to obtain correct gauge.

Finished Size
87 inch wingspan x 15 inches deep at widest part
Measurements taken after blocking.

1 stitch marker
Tapestry needle for weaving ends

Pattern For Gauge
Cast on 19 sts
Row 1: [K3, yo, k2tog, k1, ssk, yo] twice, k3
Row 2: Purl
*Repeat these 2 rows another 9 times.

Post-Blocking = 19 sts & 20 rows 4 x 4 inches
Use needles necessary to achieve post blocking gauge for your finished shawl to be the same size as the photographed sample.


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