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Ray of Sunshine Knit Shawl

I’m here! I can’t believe it and I’m seriously shocked. The Ray of Sunshine Knit Shawl is my 300th pattern! I have been so excited watching this day approach and I look back at all I’ve learned along the way. And all I have yet to learn!

This pattern was inspired by sunshine! Something we all need and we can’t live without. I get a lot of sunshine down here in Florida, and I relish living in tropical weather.

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The one thing we all have in common is the sun. No matter where you are each day is rises and falls on all of humanity. It’s been our symbol of hope and brings happiness wherever it touches.

I hope you enjoy this pattern and continue to follow along for more. I’m not done yet! So here’s a glass raised to the next pattern adventures. Cheers to more crafting fun in our future!

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Ray of Sunshine Knit Shawl Supplies:

• Size 5 (3.75 mm)
Circular Needles – a minimum of 40 inches.

Yarn needle to weave in ends
Stitch Markers

Yarn Bee
Rainbow Wrapsody Yarn

918 yards/ball


  • cdd – center double decrease
  • k – knit
  • k2tog – knit two together
  • ktbl – knit through back loop
  • p – purl
  • p2tog – purl two together
  • p tbl – purl through back loop
  • RS- Right Side
  • sl st- Slip Stitch
  • ssk – slip slip knit
  • ssp – slip slip purl
  • sts- Stitches
  • WS- Wrong Side
  • yo – yarn over

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Gauge is not critical for this shawl as it can be made with a variety of yarns.22 stitches by 33 rows = 4×4” (10 cm)

Depth: 36” (91 cm)
Width: 80” (203 cm)



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