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Sepal - a modern and asymmetric shawl knitting pattern

Sharply botanical, this asymmetric shawl features a twisted stitch pattern reminiscent of the slender, twining sepals of wild spray roses. If you love neutrals in your wardrobe, having a bright, textural shawl is a great way to play with color and visual interest without a huge committment.

The Sepal shawl is designed in an asymmetrical triangle shape bordered on one side by a dramatic rib that’s deepest at the peak. On the other side, a slipped I-cord edge keeps things tidy. The allover twisted-stitch pattern creates a rugged and structural texture that pops even in super soft superwash yarns.


Sepal is knit end to end and then rotated.


One size

Finished measurements: 85.5” / 214 cm wide, 25” / 65.5 cm deep 


Sample shown in Urban Girl Yarns Virginia

90% Superwash Merino, 10% Nylon; 480 yds / 439 m per 125 g skein. This is a classic sock yarn with lots of drape, moderate gloss and stitch definition, and modest springiness.

Yardage (shown in Lemoncello): 1335 yds / 1220 m; 3 skeins. 


28 sts and 36 rows over 4 inches / 10 cm in Fractured Lattice with size A needles.


Size A: US Size 5 / 3.75 mm
Size B: US Size 3 / 3.25 mm


  • 3 Stitch markers
  • Tapestry needle


  • Twisted stitches
  • Working German short rows
  • Picking up and knitting


Tech edit: Heather Storta
Photography: KeyLimeHi
Model: Jennifer Parroccini
Testers: Carly, Kathrin

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