LINK to Pattern
Cascade’s Casablanca yarn not only has beautiful color combinations, but the striping is even and thus, it is easy to knit a shawl that has the same stripe combinations on both sides.
The shawl is worked in garter stitch (knit in every row) and is worked from the side toward the center. Once the center is reached, stitches are saved, to be worked later and an equivalent looking second side is worked. Once both sides are completed, the center stitches are connected with a simple Kitchener stitch.
Before starting, ensure that both skeins are at the same color starting point. If you have to cut and separate one skein to match the other skein, simply “spit-slice” the yarn ends together.
Great Link for doing Kitchener in Garter Stitch
Sizes: One Size
Gauge: 16 sts – 4” in garter stitch
Materials: Cascade Casablanca – 2 skeins
U.S. 10 (6 mm) – 32” circular needle
Spare circular needle, in U.S. 8 (5 mm), 9 (5.5 mm) or 10 (6 mm) – to hold sts