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Leoch Shawl - digital knitting pattern - PDF

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“Leoch” is a slightly asymmetric triangular shawl, worked from one tip to a fun loopy i-cord bind off edge and decorated with playful tassels. A combination of an interesting textured pattern, adapted from a stitch pattern from one of Barbara Walker’s books, in conjunction with your good old friend garter stitch, will keep you interested while also providing stretches of relaxing in-between knitting where you can let your mind wander.

An ideal vacation project: Concentrate on the lace sections in the comforts of your quarters in the evenings or before your family gets up in the morning, and take the garter stitch parts to the beach or a cafe - you’ll be done in no time and will have something new to wear on the flight back!

The sample was made in hand dyed Tweed by new Polish yarnie Nellie’s Fibers.


  • Nellie’s Fibers Tweed (85% Merino, 15% Viscose): 100g/ 430 yards 400 meters. 3 skeins or approx. 930 yards 850 meters of any sport weight yarn that knits up to gauge.
  • US 4 3.5 mm 40” 100 cm circular needle
  • two US 4 3.5 mm double pointed needles
  • cable needle
  • Stitch marker
  • Tapestry needle

One size fits all:

Finished measurements: length (outer edge): 78” 198 cm; depth: 26.75” 68 cm.


24 sts and 32 rows per 4” 10 cm in garter stitch after blocking.
Gauge is not essential; however, with a different gauge, actual finished measurements and total yardage will change.

Pattern available in the following languages: Polish, English, German.

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