Amaryllis Shawl by Philly Tucker

Amaryllis Shawl

Knitting
July 2020
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
26 stitches = 4 inches
in Stockinette
US 5 - 3.75 mm
1240 yards (1134 m)
75" x 15.5"
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A beautiful mosaic shawl in the luscious reds and pinks of Amaryllis flowers. The shawl is knit flat in 5-6 colors of fingering yarn, in easy mosaic slip stitch patterns, and only one yarn held at a time. It can be worn as a colorful wrap or pretty scarf.

I-cord edge on the sides.

Materials needed:
800 yards of Fingering weight yarn in Main Color
Plus 80 -120 yards each of 5 Contrasting Colors in Fingering weight. (Or a total of approx. 440 yards of 4 or 5 Contrasting Colors.)

Materials used for the sample:
2 Skeins of Fave Sock, Sabrina
80 yards of Emma’s Yarn, Practically Perfect Sock, Bohemian Market
120 yards of Dream in Color BFL Cash/Silk, Candy Love
80 yards of Dream in Color Smooshy, Tex Mex
80 yards of Dream in Color Smooshy, Gold Experience
80 yards of Flock Fibre Studio, Rubelite

I suggest choosing 2 skeins of a dark main color,
a light (variegated) contrasting color,
and 4 complimenting medium toned colors.