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Triangular Shawl Section
Work Garter STITCH Rows [1 and 2] until you have 90 sts on each side of spine, including the garter stitch borders (181)
Garter Stitch (any number of sts): knit Flat
Row 1 RS: K3, sm, kfb, k until 1 st from m, kfb, sm, k1, sm, kfb, k until 1 st from m, kfb,sm, k3 (4 sts inc’d)
Row 2 WS: K3, sm, k until m, sm, p1, sm, k 1 until m, sm, k3
This cowl combines two types of constructions: top-down triangular shawl knit flat and a bias rectangle knit in the round.
The first section, the top-down triangular shawl, is constructed using a series of yarnovers to form
the triangular shape. You will be increasing by 4 sts every RS row.
Once you have reached the proper stitch count, you will join the edges of the shawl in the round and work a series of increases and decreases to create the bias rectangular shape. Because you are working the same amount of increases and decreases, you will not gain or lose stitches.