Want more than the basics?
Shawl Geometry I taught you the basics of shaping shawls.
Shawl Geometry II gives you 19 funky & uncommon shawl shapes.
Shawl Geometry II is a guide to knitting funky shawl shapes.
You’ll learn how to knit 19 different types of shawls. With written instructions, swatches & schematics to make things crystal clear.
These are pattern recipes. So pick up your needles and cast on immediately for some mindless knitting, or grab your stitch dictionary and delve into designing.
Shawl Shapes Covered:
The Log Cabin Square
The Square with Slit #2
The Rectangle #1
The Rectangle #2
The Rectangle on the Bias
The Asymmetrical Rectangle on the Bias
The Bias Triangle #1
The Bias Triangle #2
The 3 Point Triangle
The Triangle with Exaggerated Wings
The Concentric Increases Circle with Slit
The 3/4 Concentric Increases Circle
The 3/4 Wedge Circle
The Wedge Crescent with 8 Equal Wedges
The Wedge Crescent with 8 Unequal Wedges
The Wedge Crescent with 6 Equal Wedges
The Wedge Crescent with 6 Unequal Wedges
The Wedge Crescent with 4 Equal Wedges
The Wedge Crescent with 4 Unequal Wedges
from Shawl Geometry II You’ll
: learn how to knit a 19 uncommon shawl shapes
: see new ways of using increases & decreases to shape your knitting
: add education & knowledge to your next shawl, and every shawl after that
: gain different shawl shapes to add to your designing arsenal
: have new shawl shapes that are only limited by your imagination.
What’s included in the book:
a 40 page PDF with complete instructions
for 19 shawl shapes
with 19 swatches
and 35 schematics
plus easy to understand and follow written instructions
To get the book, click the big blue buy now button. Check out securely though Paypal, with your credit card or Paypal account.
Your ebook will be emailed to you immediately.
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Download the pdf, and save it to your computer, tablet or USB drive. Then open it up and start knitting!
Do I need to have Shawl Geometry I to understand Shawl Geometry II?
Nope, not at all. Shawl Geometry II contains complete instructions for all the shawl shapes presented.
While I do reference some of the shapes in Shawl Geometry I, they’re very common shapes like the traditional square from the center out, or the traditional top down right triangle, so if you have a basic familiarity with knit shawls (or good google-fu) you should be fine. (buy now)
Will I get more out of Shawl Geometry II if I have a copy of Shawl Geometry I?
If you’re a shawl addict (or enthusiast, if you prefer), having a copy of Shawl Geometry I as well as a copy of Shawl Geometry II and reading both thoroughly, will give you an extremely deep and very thorough understanding of how to knit and shape shawls, plus an inkling of how the shapes are related and interconnected. (buy now)
A 40 page PDF with full instructions for 19 funky & uncommon shawl shapes. Includes 19 swatches plus 35 schematics, with clear, easy to understand instructions. (buy now)