1 SKEIN + LEFTOVERS DESTASH!
This shawl was born during a live conversation with the knitting community.
I asked for advice and opinions and together we came up with this beautiful, collective shawl for me to work on.
One of my favorite things to do is interact with the community of knitters. I understand it is not as easy as it used to be, there is so much to watch and so much to pay attention to throughout the day… but I am lucky I still get to share my videos on youtube and chat with viewers.
During one of those videos, a live one, I mentioned I wanted to start a new design/project and, together with everyone watching, I realized for a long time I’ve wanted to design something that:
- is a one skein project (most people have so many of these!)
- used leftovers (and these!)
- uses some basic brioche stitch. An entry level project for those who want to try it. This collective shawl fits all the bills, plus it’s a really fun project to knit with an irregular triangle shape.
Knitted from tip to tip, it alternates bands of brioche (switching the color dominance at the center) and garter stitch.
Length, from tip to tip: 64” 160 cm.
Depth at deepest point: 26” 65 cm.
Yarn: 1 skein of (MAIN YARN) Sock Yarn by Hedgehog Fibres (90% Merino / 10% Nylon; 437y 400 m; 100g) or 437 yards 400 m of fingering weight sock yarn. Sample shown in colorway Vengeance.
I used various leftovers of fingering (sock) weight yarn with different textures and plies. You will need approximately:
CONTRASTING COLOR 1 (CC1): 14g; 60 yards 55 m
CC2: 5g; 22 yards 20 m
CC3: 7g; 31 yards 28 m
CC4: 9g; 39 yards 36 m
CC5: 11g; 48 yards 44 m
Needles: US 4 3.5 mm circular needles, about 32” 80 cm long.
Other: Stitch markers, tapestry needle.
The Collective Shawl
Prices are in US Dollars. This pattern is available only in English as a digital download. You will automatically receive a pdf file.
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I apologize for this. Warmly, Joji