This triangle shawl is so easy and fun to make – you may want to make a few of them! It knits up quickly and has a beautiful drape when it’s blocked. It’s a great way to explore creative colour combos.
Made with a few easy stitches, this shawl is almost like a sampler. Some techniques include double moss stitch, eyelets, garter stitch and ribbing.
This shawl is knit from the middle of the neck with increases fanning outwards. It is knit in one piece with two balls of fingering weight yarn.
Note: You can use any two balls of 100 g of sock yarn – if your yardage isn’t very generous, the depth of the shawl can easily be adjusted.
Skills: knit, purl, yarn over, tab cast on (instructions given)
Sizes: one size
approx 158 cm wingspan and 76 cm deep lying flat after blocking
approx 30 sts and 44 rows = 10 cm in St st on 2.5 mm as given on ball band
approx 18 sts and 32 rows = 10 cm in double moss/seed st on 4 mm after blocking
Yarn: fingering weight wool
2 skeins Bohoknits Ramble
75% Merino Wool, 25% Nylon
422 m per 100 g
shown in colour Olive Juice and Salmon Shuffle
4 mm 80 cm circs or longer
or size needed to obtain gauge
Other Materials: tapestry needle or teeny crochet hook; stitch marker