Jubilee Diamonds shawl pattern

We have designed a pattern for a 1-ply shawl to mark the occasion of the Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II (1952-2012)

pattern for a shawl
© F H Powell 2012

PLEASE NOTE: This pattern is NOT a scale miniature for a dolls house and is designed to fit an adult human

The shawl may be knitted with or without the border. Instructions are given for both a full written pattern and charts (these instructions are printed on separate pages within the pattern, so just the written pattern or just the chart pattern may be printed if desired)

Materials required: one pair size 2.5 mm knitting needles, six stitch markers (optional).
Yarn requirements: borderless shawl – 70g/925 metres approx. 1-ply yarn, shawl with border – 90g/1350 metres approx 1-ply yarn

Finished size: borderless shawl – 16-inches/40 cm wide by 61 inches/1.60 metres, shawl with border – 20-inches/50 cm wide by 66-inches/1.70 metres

Gauge: 10 sts and 11 rows = 1-inch/2.5 cm over stocking [stockinette] stitch

Ability Level: Experienced

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