This cosy shawl is worked in garter stitch in two colours. It is creating a fascinating effect by making use of the interplay of alternating garter bands, slip-stitch stripes and reversing colours.
It‘s an easy to wear, eye-catching shawl that will keep you warm throughout the colder days of the year :)
Berry Patch is a triangular, sideways, bias knit shawl with a curved top edge, which is worked in one piece from one tip to the opposite edge.
along top edge: 225cm/88.6“
Designed for fingering weight yarn in two contrasting colours.
Allow approx. 430 yds / 390 m of each colour.
Yarn used for sample:
The Plucky Knitter Plucky Single (fingering weight, 100g = 430yds/393m), 1 skein each in colourways Putty In My Hands (A) and If It‘s Not Baroque (B)
Is not critical for this project but differences will affect yardage requirements and the finished size.
Gauge on sample: 19 sts x 38 rows = 10x10cm/4x4“ in garter stitch on 3.5mm/US4 needles after blocking.
Pattern contains fully written out as well as charted instructions.
I hope you’ll enjoy the pattern!
I had the pleasure to work with these fabulous testers - thanks so much for all the helpful feedback and beautiful knits ♡:
Scullybunbun, ElTelardeIxchel, xstitch, Selene1985, gypsythedog, yarnosaurus, IgnorantBliss, HonestBloom