Tilt Shift Shawl by knottygnome crafts

Tilt Shift Shawl

November 2014
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
10 stitches and 11 rows = 4 inches
in single crochet (US)
6.5 mm (K)
590 yards (539 m)
74in / 188cm wide x 23in / 58cm tall at center back
both US and UK
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Tilt Shift Shawl is an asymmetric triangle worked from the bottom up in two colors. The design uses short- rows to shape the stripes. It is worked in worsted weight yarn, making a thick blanket-like shawl ideal for the cold winter months. The shawl is easy to work and finishes quickly. There are 2 versions of the pattern, with US and UK terms. This pattern was tech edited by Chaitanya Muralidhara.

Main Color (MC) worsted weight yarn: 310yds/283m Brooklyn Tweed Shelter, col. Woodsmoke (140yds/128m per 50g), 3 skeins

Contrast Color (CC) worsted weight yarn: 280yds/256m Brooklyn Tweed Shelter, col. Plume (140yds/128m per 50g), 2 skeins

K (6.5mm) hook

Tapestry needle