Page 3, following the conclusion of the center MC slice, layout has omitted the first CC wedge. Instructions should read:
Work first half of Contrast Wedge #1:
Setup row (WS): p7 (yes, purl the garter edging stitches in this row), pm; purl to end of row, again purling through the garter edging at the hem. This keeps the color transition smooth and leave out the bi-color bumps that happen when changing colors in garter st.
Row 1 (RS): k2, ssk, k to m. Remove m, w&t.
Row 2 (WS): p14, pm, p to last 3 sts, k3.
Repeat rows 1 & 2 six more times, leaving marker aside after final repeat: 123 sts rem.
Work second half:
Setup row 1 (RS): k2, ssk, k to wrapped st, k7, w&t.
Setup row 2 (WS): p to last 3 sts, k3.
Row 1 (RS): k2, ssk, k to first wrapped st, k14, w&t.
Row 2 (WS): P to last 3 sts, k3.
NOTE: When instructed to work a certain number of stitches past a wrapped stitch – as in Row 1 above – the stitch count always includes the wrapped stitch.
Work rows 1 & 2 five more times. When wedge is complete, yarn is located at the lower hem of shawl. Cut yarn: 116 sts.
pattern will be reissued as soon as possible
Lilac and Yellow version used one and a quarter skeins of Winter’s Night as the main lilac color, and one skein of Mrs. Fisher as the contrast yellow color.
The brown and variegated blue version used one and a quarter skeins of Old Growth as the main color, and three skeins of Spincycle Dyed in the Wool in the color Idle Nights of the contrast color.
This shawl is cast-on in the center using a provisional method, and worked using short rows to build wedge-shaped blocks in alternating colors.