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Product Description

Short Description: A garter stitch shawl with or without stripes, made in 3 modular triangle sections to form a slightly asymmetrical triangle shape - make any size in any weight yarn.

Gauge: any gauge

Finished Measurements: {small, medium, large} are for lengths of approx {50, 65, 80} inches / {130, 165, 200} cm, before blocking, but any size can be made, smaller, larger, or in between those sizes

Materials Used: enough yarn in any weight, 1 colorway or multiple for striping; it can be sized based on maximizing whatever yardage is being used; yarn used in main samples are Anzula Cole aran weight (large size striped sample - 2 skeins each in Au Natural and Pewter colorways), and Canon Hand Dyes William Merino Gradient fingering weight (small size sample - 1 yarn cake in Blue to Green colorway)

Needle Size: sized to match yarn, a circular needle 32”/80cm or longer for holding the stitches

Pattern Includes: written pattern, schematics, German short rows tutorial, striping instructions, sizing and construction details, customization/modification options (like adding ties, or making it as a kerchief), instructions for using up yardage by weighing yarn, sample details

Skill Level: intermediate (maybe very adventurous beginner)

Other Details: Construction is modular with no picked up stitches, using increases, decreases, and short rows to create and join the sections; cast on 2 stitches and bind off none; no seaming or extra finishing steps, with minimal ends to weave in.

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Minimum Purchase:
3 unit(s)

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