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Waves of Color

Knitting
November 2011
DK / 8 ply (11 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 27 rows = 4 inches in in the Ripple Pattern
US 6 - 4.0 mm
1023 yards (935 m)
One Size Fits All

Use your scraps to create this warm, comforting, and luxurious shawl. It is reminiscent of your grandmother’s heirloom Old Shale afghan.

Skill Level
Intermediate

Finished Measurements
Width: 70”/178m
Length: 31”/78.5m

Materials
76 yds/69.5m in each of 3 colors (A, B, and C); 88 yds/80.5m in each of 3 colors (D, E, and F); 101 yds/92.5m] in G; 114 yds/104m in H, 126 yds/115m in I, and 190 yds/173.5m in J

The sample project uses #1633 Light Heather (A), #1819 Rose (B), #100 White (C), #1820 Boysenberry Heather (D), #1808 Medium Heather (E), #403 Charcoal (F), #2019 Pale Pink (G), #401 Pearl Heather (H), #2025 Rose Heather (I), and #1821 Berry Heather (J)

Needles
Size 6 (4mm) 36”/90cm circular knitting needle or size needed to obtain gauge

Notions
Optional: stitch markers

Alternate Colorways
1) A = #2023 Rust, B = #2024 Sunset Heather, C = #2270 Peach, D = #2203 Brick Heather, E = #2408 Maize Heather, F = #2213 Pumpkin, G = #2215 Salmon, H = #2250 Tan Heather, I = #2231 Papaya, and J = #2201 Terracotta

2) A = #1628 Lapis, B = #1818 Lavender, C = #500 Black, D = #1606 Azure, E = #1822 Light Violet, F = #1830 Violet, G = #1630 Purple, H = #1808 Medium Heather, I = #1626 Navy, and J = #1800 Alpine Lupine