The Bat

Yarn: Brown Sheep Cotton Fleece
Needles: US 6 (4 mm)
Pattern: The Bat
Stitch Count Repeat: Panel of 33 sts by 32 rows
Book: 3, Charted Knitting Designs: A Third Treasury of Knitting Patterns
Difficult Techniques: 2 different types of double decreases are used: sl-k2tog-psso, and sl2-k-p2sso

Knit by: ax174

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8 Responses to “The Bat”

  1. Emilee Says:

    I think this is just about the coolest thing ever. I totally need to make a “bat cape” for my sister!

  2. ax174 Says:

    The panel does curl, though. You can see it in the scarf I made, here and here (not so much in the last picture, but you can see how it’s just aching to bunch itself up).

  3. LaurieM Says:

    A hot pink bat. Funny!

  4. rhoda Says:

    cool! I’ve never seen this one before. I just might have to pick up the third treasury. :) and it looks fab in hot pink!

  5. don Says:

    are yaar tum knit ki knowledge3 do na ki kintni types ki hoti ai

  6. Mimi kong Says:

    hello dear,

    good day, this bat shawl pattern is very beautiful and impressive. may i have the bat shawl pattern, do advise how many stitches I need to start with is there costing incurr, if free I don’t mind to hear it.hope to hear from you soon

    Thank you
    Mimi Kong

  7. vjicha Says:

    The pattern is in Charted Knitting Designs: A Third Treasury of Knitting Pattern by Barbara G. Walker. Her books are available in yarn shops and libraries. We are happy to provide photos of her stitch patterns, but would be breaking copyright laws if we provided the patterns.

  8. Eva Says:

    This pattern is used in a bat shawl published here:

    http://theanticraft.com/archive/lugh08/batshawl.htm


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