This top-down semi-circular shawl is a fun knitting adventure featuring several textured stitch patterns. Slipped stitches, honeycomb cables, brioche, lace, and garter stitch are mixed together with Westknits Shortcut Rows.
Gather a colorful collection of yarns and learn some new knitting techniques with this cozy new shawl!
Finished Measurements 23” / 58cm from CO to BO, 80” / 203cm wingspan length. Measurements taken after blocking.
Yarn Fingering weight
Yardage Color A - 400yds / 366m Color B - 50yds / 46m Color C - 175yds / 160m Color D - 200yds / 183m Color E - 100yds / 91m Color F - 75yds / 69m Color G - 50yds / 46m
Yardage estimates are approximate and may vary depending on gauge and yarn type.
A variety of fingering weight yarns. I wrote the pattern for 7 colors but feel free to use as many colors as you want for the various sections. Most color pops are fingering weight wool and wool/alpaca blend yarns from a lovely ranch in California called Twirl.
A - black white marled short row wedges (Woolfolk Sno black/white marled fingering weight wool held together with white lace weight white brushed alpaca). You can also use just 1 strand of fingering weight yarn for color A. B - dark purple C - turquoise D - pink E - dark green F - neon yellow (Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light in Edison Bulb) G - rusty orange