The Solomon’s Knot Shawl is definitely my most popular pattern. There aren’t that many patterns out there that use this stitch, but it’s a shame… the Solomon’s Knot stitch (aka True Lover’s Knot Stitch, Hail Stone Stitch, or Love Knot Stitch) is beautiful and a great way to show off special yarn.
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You Will Need:
Lion Brand Incredible Ribbon Yarn (2 balls)
OR the yarn of your choice (use appropriate hook)
Size H/8 hook (5.00mm)
SK = Solomon’s Knot
sk = skip
Foundation: Ch 1. Make 22 SK, each 2.75 inches long. Make 2 SK, each 2
Note: From now on, make each SK 2 inches long.
Row 1: Sc in 3rd SK from hook.
(Make 2 SK, sc in next st) 21 times.
Row 2: Be careful that you don’t twist your work during this row!
Make 1 SK. Sc into first st.
(Make 2 SK, sk 1 st. Sc in next st) 21 times.
Note: The skipped stitch is the sc from the previous row. From now on, you will always crochet into a SK stitch, not a sc.
Row 3: Make 1 SK. Sc into first SK.
(Make 2 SK, sk 1 st. Sc in next st) 20 times.
Row 4: Make 1 SK. Sc into first SK.
(Make 2 SK, sk 1 st. Sc in next st) 19 times.
Row 5: Make 1 SK. Sc into first sk.
(Make 2 SK, sk 1 st. Sc in next st) 18 times.
Row 6: Make 1 SK. Sc into first sk.
(Make 2 SK, sk 1 st. Sc in next st) 17 times.
Rows 7-22: Follow the pattern established above.
On Row 22, you should only (Make 2 SK, sk 1 st. Sc in next st) once.
Finish: Make 1 SK. Sc into first SK (the point of the shawl).
Cut pieces of yarn for fringe. Choose how long you want it to be, and how
many pieces you want per knot. Attach fringe to each knot on the bottom two edges of the shawl, pulling the beginning and ending “tails” into the fringe to hide them.
If you use this pattern to make a shawl, please post a link to your blog entry or your photo in the comments. I’d love to see it!
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