Provision Shawl

While knitting this shawl I quit my job, a pandemic happened, and the Lord taught me how to rely on Him.

I supply, declares the Lord. 

Not man
nor rain
but
I

Genesis 2:5-6

Hey there! Thank you so much for checking out my Provision Shawl pattern. I created this pattern because I fell in love with this diamond pattern so much that I wanted to make a shawl version of it. 

Pattern Details:

  • Skill: Intermediate
  • Written instructions in US terms

Disclaimer: Knit at your own risk! This is an untested free pattern still in the beta phase. I have edited it as best as I can at the moment and would love editing feedback on it if you do try it out.

Finished Shawl Length
For this pattern you will need:
You will need to know how to:
  • Knit
  • Purl 
  • Increase
  • Decrease
Knitting Abbreviations:

Co: Cast On
St(s): Stitch(es)
K: Knit
P: Purl
R: Row
Slm: Slip Marker 
Pm: Place Stitch Marker
Rs: Right Side of work
Ws: Wrong Side of work
Yo: Yarn Over
K2tog: Knit two stitches together
P2togtbl: Purl two stitches together through the back loop
Tbl: Through the back loop
Psso: Pass slip stitch over
X: Times; repeat this step x amount of times
*: Repeat instructions that are within **

Notes
  1. I always use the long tailed cast on. 
  2. Tab Cast On: Video – Note this video uses the garter stitch. I’ve only included it for reference for the cast on that I used.
  3. Always slip the first stitch this creates the clean edge: How to slip stitch
  4. How to knit through the back loop: Video
  5. Slip stitches purlwise
  6. On the 4th & 8th purl rows don’t increase (yo) in the middle

Pattern

Beginning:
Co 6 Sts
R1) *K1, p1*
R2) *P1, k1*
Repeat R1-2 14x
There should be 8 V’s on the side of your tab.
Do not turn work, Rotate piece 90 degrees clockwise and pick up and K 8 sts along the Slip stitch edge, Rotate piece another 90 degrees pu 5 sts, turn (18sts)

How you shawl will look after increases and pattern repeats

Setup rows:
R1) *P1, kfb* (28sts)
R2) K1, p1, k1, p1, k1, k1, pm, yo, pm, k7, pm, k2, pm, k7, pm, yo, pm, k1, k1, p1, k1, p1, k1
R3) K1, p1, k1, p1, k1, p1, slm, yo, p1, slm, p7, slm, yo, p2, yo, slm; p7, slm p1, yo, p1 *K1, P1* k1

Increase repeat:
(Rs) K1, p1, k1, p1, k1, k1, slm; yo, k to marker, slm; pattern, slm, k to marker, yo, k2, yo, k to maker, slm; pattern slm, k to maker, yo, slm, k1, *K1, P1*
(Ws) K1, p1, k1, p1, k1, k1, slm; yo, p to maker, slm; pattern, slm, p to maker, yo, p2, yo, p to marker, slm; pattern slm, p to maker, yo, slm, k1, *K1, P1*

On the 4th & 8th purl rows do not increase (yo) in the middle.

You will increase after knitting your boarders, increase in the middle and increase before knitting your boarder on the other end.

Repeat this increase pattern until you have 7 stitches between your markers. Than add it to your pattern repeat and add another marker.

Pattern repeat:
R1) K1; *K2, k2tog, yo, k3,* *K1, P1*
R2) *p1, p2tog tbl, yo, p1, yo, p2tog, p1* 
R3) *k2tog, yo, k3, yo, sl 1, k1, psso*
R4) Purl 
R5) k1; *yo sl 1, k1 psso, k5*, until marker, 
R6) k1; *yo p2tog, p2, p2togtbl, yo, p1*,
R7) k1; *k2, yo, sl 1, k1 psso, k2tog, yo, k1* until marker
R8) Purl
Repeat row 1-8 until 1 ½ inches before your desired length

Not even half way done

Ending:
*K1, P1* for the last 10 rows
Bind off loosely and weave in all ends.

Yay, you did it! You rock!


References: New Stitch a Day | Blitsy.com | Fruity Knitting
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– Olguine Brutus

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Just a girl and her yarn, going with God.

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