KIKA 幾何 (jap.) - geometry
This triangular shawl is a transform garment and accessory. Worked with custom pattern that creates differently textured looks on each side - dimensional square basket weave on one and diamond eyelet on the other which renders this knit completely reversible.
Kika pattern is now available to public!
One size fits most
after blocking, unstretched
Across wingspan 76ʺ
Along side of the shawl 51ʺ
Shawl depth along spine 33ʺ
Armhole opening 8ʺ
A Verb For Keeping Warm “Annapurna” (80% superwash merino, 10% cashmere, 10% nylon), (385yds/4oz); 2 skeins Shown in color Tangerine
Note: Shawl shown used every last bit of 2 skeins.
US 6 (4 mm) circular needle, 24ʺ or longer
stitch markers (optional)
20 sts and 30 rows = 4ʺ in Eyelet pattern swatch, washed and heavily blocked, measured over relaxed dry fabric.
Note: Because this shawl uses every bit of the yarn, instead of working a separate swatch start working on the shawl and measure your gauge worked over the first 30 rows of Section A. It should measure 4ʺ tall and 9ʺ wide from the edge, washed and heavily blocked, measured over relaxed.
Kika was April 2014 installment of A Verb For Keeping Warm Pro-Verbial Yarn Club.