Kinsol Shawl: Twisted Stitch Tutorial

1 June 2022

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The Kinsol Shawl pattern features twisted stitches to create the gorgeous lines of the pattern, and the designer recommends a specific method to work them, for ease and to make them look their best.

Here’s a tutorial for this method.

Studio Members, get the Kinsol Shawl pattern here.

All photos and illustrations by Elizabeth Elliott.

Copyright © Elizabeth Elliott except as indicated.

About Elizabeth Elliott

Elizabeth Elliott learned to knit as a child, and started designing for hand knitters in 2010. Her work has appeared in several publications, including knit.wear, Twist Collective, and Knitscene. Elizabeth’s designs play with texture and geometry for clean, modern pieces with a timeless look. As a handspinner, she is fascinated by yarn structure, and strives to create designs that show off the best qualities of each yarn. Elizabeth lives in the Cowichan Valley, BC with her husband and her rescue cat, George.

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