One skein project!
Contiguous shawl is the first shawl of a series of three. It is a wide triangular shawl, where the ridges are contiguous. The shawl shows off perfectly the richness of semisolid hand dyed socks yarn. The purple skein of yarn I used for this pattern was gifted to me by the dyer/friend/knitter. All this time it has been there, calling for the right pattern. Dig into your stash, I’m sure there’s a skein waiting to become Contiguous…
In this design you are given the option to choose between a patterned border or a garter stitch one.
Let’s start to rock and roll!
Pattern includes written directions. It’s a great design for showcasing a variety of yarns from solid to semisolid.
Construction: This shawl is worked in a triangular style, top down but, several locations of increases create a wide scarf/shawlette.
Size: One Size
Difficulty: Easy to intermediate.
Dimensions: 68” wide by 20” deep,
170 cm wide by 50 cm deep.