Ono Shawl Knitting Pattern

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KNITTING PATTERN: This is the Ono shawl. Ono is Māori for the number six, which is what this design was based around. Knit in garter stitch, with increases and decreases to shape the shawl into its asymmetrical triangular shape. The first section consists of thin stripes, followed by a second half of big, bold stripes. Use eye catching colors to capture attention!

Written tutorials are provided for those wanting to try Intarsia for the first time. Additionally, instructions on how to do the I-Cord bind-off are included.

Description

This is the Ono shawl. Ono is Māori for the number six, which is what this design was based around. Knit in garter stitch, with increases and decreases to shape the shawl into its asymmetrical triangular shape. The first section consists of thin stripes, followed by a second half of big, bold stripes. Use eye catching colors to capture attention!


Yarns Used:

  • 3 skeins of Shibui Staccato Fog (Main Color)
  • 1 skein of Shibui Staccato Raspberry (Contrast Color 1)
  • 1 skein of Shibui Staccato Brass (Contrast Color 2)

Yardage:

  • Main Color: 550 yards
  • CC 1: 160 yards
  • CC 2: 170 yards

Skills required for this pattern:

  • Basic increases and decreases
  • Intarsia over garter stitch
  • I-Cord Bind-off

Written tutorials are provided for those wanting to try Intarsia for the first time. Additionally, instructions on how to do the I-Cord bind-off are included.

Materials:

Needle: Size 5 (3.75mm), 32” circular needle
Gauge: 5 sts per 1 inch, 12 rows per 1 inch. Gauge is not critical to this project, but different gauges will affect how much yarn you will use.
Other materials (optional): row counter, place marker


This pattern has been tech edited and test knit to ensure that the pattern is as clear, correct and consistent as it can be. However small details can still slip us by so if you have a pattern support question, send an email to [email protected] and we’ll get back to you within 24-48 hours.

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Kia ora, I’m Francoise, aka Frenchie. I’m a Franco-Maori, American-Australian living in Osaka, Japan, working as a knitwear designer and design coach.