Short Description: An asymmetrical triangular-shaped shawl worked in garter, stripes and simple lace; perfect for using up mini skeins and left over odds and ends
Gauge: 19 stitches and 44 rows over 4 inches in garter stitch
Finished Measurements: One size: 95Â¼"/242cm x 39Â½â€/100cm
Materials Used: Fingering/4ply weight yarn in Eight different colours.
- Main Colour: 393yd/360m
- Contrast Colour 1: 15yd/14m
- Contrast Colour 2: 30yd/28m
- Contrast Colour 3: 45yd/41m
- Contrast Colour 4: 60yd/55m
- Contrast Colour 5: 75yd/69m
- Contrast Colour 6: 80yd/73m
- Contrast Colour 7: 87yd/80m
Original yarns used are fingering weight. The Main Colour is a superwash merino with a 4ply structure, and the Contrast Colours are sparkle superwash yarns with a 2ply structure.
US6/4mm: 32"/80cm circular (or size required for tension)
US8/5mm: 32"/80cm circular (or two sizes bigger than required for tension)
Pattern Includes: Detailed written instructions, charts and schematic.
Skill Level: Easy to Intermediate
Other Details: This is an asymmetrical shawl worked from edge to edge. It begins with a small number of stitches. Increases and decreases are used to create the shape of the shawl as it expands in width.