Tinge Shawl by Lavish Craft

Tinge Shawl

Knitting
June 2019
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
26 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
in Slipped Stitch Pattern - Blocked
US 5 - 3.75 mm
950 yards (869 m)
One Size = 80" (203 cm) Wingspan; 20" (66 cm)Deep
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Tinge Shawl

Both Charted and Written (abbreviated line by line) Instructions included.

Uses US English terms and abbreviations - Metrics and Glossary provided.

Skills Set:

Knit, purl, ktbl, slips (wyf /wyb), Color Striping (one color at a time not Fair Isle), ‘Carrying’ Yarn up RS edge, Short Rows.~ Suggest “German” Short Rows - but wrap and turn may be substituted.

Bottom-up Construction.

Adjustable to maximize gradient yardage.

Main Body is a sloped triangle in Slip Stitch Pattern C1 & C2.
Top “Wings” are corrugated C1 short rows.

Materials

Two Types and Thicknesses of Yarn =

436 y (400 m) Fingering (Gradient)
500 y (456 m)) Light Worsted (Solid)

Sample used:

Violet Lynx Dyeworks - Siberian Pearl
100% Silk 437 Yards (400 m) per 100 g
~ 99 g used of Unnamed Gold to Red

Dream in Color – Classy
100% Merino 250 y (229 m) per 113 g
~ 203 g 450 y (411 m) used of Gray Tabby

US 5 (3.75 mm) Circular Needles
~ 32” (80 cm) or Longer

Row Counter

Stitch Markers (3)

Blocking Equipment

Tapestry Needle

Measurements

80” (203 cm) Wingspan
26” (66 cm) Deep

Gauge

Gauge not critical but will affect size and yarn required.

Sample: 26 Sts x 24 R = 4 “ (10 cm)
in Blocked slip st pattern.

Important Notes and Information

C1 = Thicker (Light Worsted) Solid
C2 = Thinner (Fingering) Gradient
~ It is important to have a difference in the thickness of your yarns – without it you will not get the correct effect.

Only 1 Color at a time is worked: Main Slip Stitch Body = Always 2 R with C1 and 4 R with C2 –
’Carry’ yarns along Right hand edge twining yarns in a consistent way at start of each RS row.

When using C1 there will be inc’s on both R & WS – When using C2 there will be inc’s only on RS.

All YO’s from previous rows are knit through back loop (ktbl) to ‘close’ and prevent standard lacy YO hole. These are included in Written & Chart.

slip wyf/b = in written instructions refers to where the slip ‘runner’ goes in relation to the work as viewed.

2 Marker Types:

Center Markers (CM) = Denotes Middle 2 sts aka center line.
~Slip stitch patterning mirrored outward from this 2 st center line.

Turn Markers (TM)= for short rows sections.

Wings = R & L are made using Corrugated (2 R Stockinette/2 R rev. Stockinette) Short Rows. Each wing is worked separately but are conjoined ~ yarn is not cut or rejoined.

German Short Rows – Videos Assortment Search link – or type into youtube find what fits your style.
~ you may substitute more traditional US wrap and turns – but I think you will enjoy and benefit from learning the GSR (no holes - no wraps to pick up and work into!)