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Dotted Rays Shawl Printed Pattern

Dotted Rays Shawl Printed Pattern

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A high quality printed copy of The Dotted Rays Shawl pattern by WestKnits. This pattern includes a Ravelry download code.

This arched shawl begins at the center with only a few stitches while yarn over increases quickly expand the shape.  Garter stitch short row wedges add length to one side forming rays that gradually increase in size. The repetitive knit stitches and rhythmic short rows are easy to work while still keeping your interest, a perfect travel project! Built in I-cord edges and an I-cord bind off outline the entire shape for a clean finish. Choose one yarn or use different stash and scrap yarns for a striped effect.


  • 20 sts & 48 rows = 4” / 10cm in garter stitch with US 6 / 4mm needles & fingering weight yarn
  • 16 sts & 32 rows = 4” / 10cm in garter stitch with US 8 / 5mm needles & worsted weight yarn

Finished Measurements: 60 [92]” / 152 [234]cm wingspan, 13 [22]” / 33 [56]cm longest part between I-cord edges.

Measurements taken after blocking.  The small version knit with worsted weight yarn measures 82” / 208cm wingspan, 21” / 53cm long between I-cord edges

Materials Used: Fingering weight

Yardage: 720 [1200]yds / 658 [1097]m  900yds / 823m small size with worsted weight (pink).  The large striped version used about 1200yds / 1097m total. Gather a colorful array of scraps and single skeins to work a similarly striped shawl. The last short row wedge of the large size used about 230yds / 210m and the second to last short row wedge used about 220yds / 201m.
Shown in: Small Version (green).  Fingering (75% Merino, 20% Cashmere, 5% Nylon; 390yds / 357m per 100g skein), colorway 

Needle Size: 

  • 40” US 6 / 4mm circular
  • 40” US 8 / 5mm circular used for small worsted weight version
  • Tapestry needle

Pattern Includes: written instructions, schematic, pattern stitch chart

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