Between the lines by Anat Rodan

Between the lines

November 2012
DK (11 wpi) ?
28 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in garter st
US 5 - 3.75 mm
500 - 520 yards (457 - 475 m)
One size
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Between the Lines shawl is knit with a very soft and smooth sugar cane yarn. The shawl drapes beautifully around the shoulders and back, and adds texture and interest to any outfit.

The Between the Lines shawl is knit in a simple pattern repeat from the wider neck edge to the bottom tip. The triangular design is formed by four wedges that are created by using different stitches. The eye is drawn to the more complex two center wedges.

The width and height of Between the lines can be easily adjusted by increasing (or decreasing) the number of repeats that are knit, therefore the gauge for Between the Lines is not crucial.

Yarn substitution:
Any yarn containing bamboo, silk or other fiber that will create the desired drape can be used. Fingering or lace weight yarn knit with bigger needles could also be used to achieve the same look.

Pattern is written out, and contains a table listing stitch counts for each increase row.