Knitting Patterns

Hawthorn Tincture

This triangular shawl is knitted with a top-down shawl construction technique. Cast on at the nape of the neck, then increase outwards to form three points.Two garter-stitch segments alternate with Wildflower Knot Stitch, a raised pattern on a stocking-stitch background. Eyelet lace insertions divide the three sections, and the shawl is trimmed with tassels that use up leftover yarn.


  • Simple textured stitch patterns

  • Charted and written instructions


Approx 750m/820yd worsted-weight yarn
The featured yarn is a plump, 3-ply, non-superwash Merino wool that yields a delightfully cuddly handle. This worsted-weight yarn is knit at a slightly looser gauge than normal, in order to produce fabric with more drape. If substituting a different yarn, for similar results choose a woollen-spun, worsted-weight wool.
De Rerum Natura Gilliatt (100% Merino wool; 250m/273yd per 100g ball)
3 balls in shade Aubépine


17 stitches and 33 rows = 10cm/4” in Garter Stitch


  • 6mm/US10 knitting needles or size needed to obtain gauge

  • Circular knitting needles

  • Tapestry needle

  • Embroidery scissors


Wingspan: 134cm/52¾”
Depth: 70cm/27½”

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