Try something new and different with this beautiful triangular shawl with woven stripes.
The technique for these stripes is really easy; you just carry your contrasting color yarn while slipping stitches.
68 inches (170 cm) from side to side and 18½ inches (46 cm) from top to bottom at deepest point (after blocking).
Yarn: 2 skeins of BFL Singles by The Uncommon Thread (100% blue faced Leicester wool; 437 yards 400 m/100g); or approx. 600 yards of fingering weight yarn in 2 colors. You will need 300 yards in color A (shown in colorway Tea Smoked - warm pink) and 300 yards in color B (shown in colorway Bois - deep brown).
Needles: US 6 (4 mm) needles.
Other notions: Tapestry needle, blocking pins or wires.
23 st and 36 rows to 4” (10cm) in garter st on US 6 (4 mm) needles after blocking.
This shawl is worked from the centre top down.
There are 2 colors used for this, and you can carry the yarn you are not using up one edge. There is no need to break the unused yarn each time.