December 2015
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
25 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
US 4 - 3.5 mm
940 - 950 yards (860 - 869 m)
one size fits all
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Add some color to your basic wardrobe with “Anya” – an asymmetrical, eye-catching triangular shawl that is knit flat from the tip to the side using three matching yarns.

The contrasting stripes and pattern sections featured in this shawl create an elusive mixture of colors and textures and make this accessory an entertaining project that keeps you so interested, you’ll finish it before you’ve noticed!

An easy-to-make but attractively-looking Star Stitch pattern creates the picot-like edge that is worked together with the main body.

Modern and feminine, chic and practical - this shawl is perfect for every woman who prefers an effortless look that’s a touch glamorous at the same time!

* Western Sky Knits Aspen Sock w/nylon (80% Merino, 20% Nylon): 100g/ 400 yards (366 meters); Zagroda Silky Merino (75% Merino, 25% Silk): 100g/ 440 yards (402 meters).

3 colors: approx. 400 yards (365 meters) of Main Color yarn (MC), approx. 390 yards (357 meters) of Contrasting Color 1 yarn (CC1), and approx. 150 yards (137 meters) of Contrasting Color 2 yarn (CC2) that knits up to gauge. The sample is knit with Western Sky Knits Aspen Sock in colorway “Dark Blue” (MC), Western Sky Knits Aspen Sock in colorway “Nightfall” (CC1), and Zagroda Silky Merino in colorway “Olive” (CC2).

Please note that you will really need one entire skein (400 yards 365 meters) of MC yarn and almost entire skein of CC1 (390 yards 357 meters) yarn to make this shawl.

  • US 4 3.5 mm 40” (100 cm) circular needle
  • Tapestry needle

One size fits all:
Finished measurements: length (outer edge): 85” (215 cm); depth: 22.5” (57 cm).

25 sts and 30 rows per 4” (10 cm) in Regular Pattern (see Abbreviations and Techniques) after blocking.
Gauge is not essential; however, with a different gauge, actual finished measurements and total yardage will change.

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