Dazzle by Allie Coffey

Dazzle

Knitting
May 2015
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
5 stitches and 12 rows = 1 inch
in garter stitch
US 7 - 4.5 mm
500 - 700 yards (457 - 640 m)
One size
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Dazzle is a twist on the Razzle shawl, featuring two or three colors with a fun striped section. This pattern comes with a two color option and three color option.

Dazzle is part of a three shawl collection, All The Azzles, which can be purchased on Ravelry.

Materials:
Yarn:
Two Color Shawl:

Color A: Cyborg’s Craft Room Assockilate Base in the Winter Must Be Cold colorway, 320 yards, fingering weight yarn.
Color B: Cyborg’s Craft Room Assockilate Base in the Hephaestus colorway, 170 yards, fingering weight yarn.

Three Color Shawl:
Color A: Northbound Knitting BFL/Silk in the Julep colorway, 170 yards.
Color B: Northbound Knitting BFL/Silk in the Maurandia colorway, 250 yards.
Color C: Northbound Knitting BFL/Silk in the Victorian colorway, 250 yards, fingering weight yarn.

Needles & Notions:
Size US 7 32” circular needles
Tapestry needles for weaving in ends
Blocking supplies

Gauge:
5 sts x 12 rows = 1” in garter stitch on Size 7 needles

Finished measurements:
Length: 65 inches
Depth: 25 inches

Abbreviations Used:
K= knit
Sl= slip 1 stitch knitwise
M1= make one stitch
RS= right side
WS= wrong side
St(s)= stitch(es)
W&T= wrap and turn
YO = yarn over

Notes:
Blocking is important for this shawl to make the triangular shape, so slip your edge stitches and bind off stretchy!

Shawl could also be knit with larger yarn and larger needles, though shawl measurements would change from the sample sizes mentioned above.

The two color shawl uses Color A in section 1 and Color A and B in section 2.

The three color shawl uses Color A in only section 1, while using Color B and Color C in section 2.

I wrapped my non working yarn around the working yarn on the second stitch of the right side rows. This helps keep the edge looking nice and neat and less ends to weave in.