Short Description: Dappled Sunlight by Shady Stroll Knits. Dappled Sunlight is a reversible rectangular scarf or wrap with angled ends. A medley of eyelet and mesh stitches flit across its surface, like drops of sunlight filtering through summer leaves. This piece begins like a top-down triangular shawl. Once the triangle is deep enough, the two live sides of the triangle are knitted separately to create the two halves of the wrap.
Gauge: 19 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches in garter stitch
Finished Measurements: 80”/203 cm long and 15”/38 cm wide
Materials Used: 775 yds/709 m fingering-weight yarn such as Tosh Sock; 14 stitch markers (including one in a contrast color); stitch holder or scrap yarn
Needle Size: US 6/4 mm circular needle, at least 32”/80 cm long
Pattern Includes: Written Instructions & Schematic
Skill Level: Intermediate