Generally, when naming a pattern, I look for inspiration in the pattern. This time, I found inspiration in the yarn. The colorway, Arco Iris, knit up in garter stitch provoked in me, the same feel as an Impressionist painting. This project in particular reminded me of a Monet called The Rose-way in Gverny. The scarfy/shawlette is knit on the bias and has a lace edging that forms a scalloped edge. It also contains instructions to make a wide/wider version and a longer/skinnier version. Each size uses less than 1 skein. Knit up in the sport weight, Arroyo, this pattern flies off the needles quite literally.
note- wider version is in the first, second and last picture. Other pictures are skinnier version.
Shorter and wider(long and skinny)
tip to tip: 62.5 (78) inches
depth at widest point: 19.5 /(13) inches
20sts and 24 rows per 4 inches
Malabrigo Arroyo [100% Merino Wool; 335 yards per 100grams] Both sizes use just under 1 skein.
colorway used: Arco Iris
1 32-inch US6/4mm circular needle
tools for blocking