Starting at a single point and growing, shifting and fading into a piece that begs to be wrapped up in. This asymmetrical triangle shawl uses some clever increasing and decreasing, combined with relaxing garter stitch and simple lace so that you have a fun-to-knit canvas to play with mixing colors on! This shawl is all about making it your own. Let your creativity shine!!
Get creative - this is YOUR shawl! Use only 1 color, or 3, or 10. Need help with color selections? I highly recommend untwisting the skeins and then laying them next to each other. Look for nuances that can be seen from one color to the next - if your first color has some gold (like sample), why not snag an awesome speckled skein that also has some gold and another color you love (sample - pink), so that after the speckled skein you can start stitching up the pink. And so on and so forth!
Yarn: Fingering Weight Yarn - 1540yds/ 385g in multiple colors
Needles: Size US 4/3.5 mm (32 in/80 cm circular recommended)
Notions: stitch marker & tapestry needle
Gauge (measured over garter stitch after blocking): 20 sts and 46 rows = 4in/ 10cm
Finished Measurements: Wingspan - 101in/ 256cm, Center depth - 30in/ 76cm
Techniques To Indulge In: Knitting, purling, increasing, decreasing, shawl shaping, simple lace, and color melting!