Lords of the Court Shawl


This is for a pdf, downloadable knitting pattern only.

This pattern has been test knitted.


Triangle shaped shawl –

220cm/88” along longest side

84cm/33” from tip to longest side

132 cm/52” bind off row


4.5mm / US #7

X1 progress keeper


The gauge for this using 4.5mm / US # 7 needles, in
in garter stitch is 18sts x 28 rows.


1 x 200g skein of Pretty Twisted Knots, Yarn Artist
Tasmania, yarn in 4ply, 360m/394yds per 100g. 

Colourway is: 
Court of Thorns & Roses in Night (dark blue) and Thesan (pink)

The Lords of the Court
Shawl is the second, in the trio of shawls which includes the Elain Shawl and
Feyre Wrap and is inspired by the book series “A Court of Thorn and Roses” by
Sarah Maas. 

The trio of shawl designs
came about through a collaboration with indie dyer Angela of Pretty Twisted
Knots, who has dyed up 10 amazing colourways to go with these designs.

Lords of the Court Shawl is
based on the seven male characters in the books and their courts, Night,
Spring, Day, Winter, Summer, Dawn and Autumn.

This large, asymmetrical triangular
shawl is about strength, texture and short rows.

The construction of this
shawl is garter wedges, short rows and eyelet lace. I feel that the shawl is
completely unisex and versatile.

I hope you enjoy making
the second of the three shawls we have collaborated on and much as we did when
designing both the shawl and the colourways.


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