Blended Shawl by Michelle Krause

Blended Shawl

February 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 34 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
400 yards (366 m)
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The Blended Shawl is a sideways asymmetrical garter stitch shawl. It is worked sideways just like the Truly Triangular Scarf and Totally Triangular Scarf patterns, however, this one starts at one corner and ends at the opposite long side. It uses increase and decrease stitches simultaneously to create a beautifully curved triangular shawl shape. This easy knitting pattern includes the instructions to create this popular shawl shape, along with a technique for blending multiple colours of yarn into one cohesive design.

This is an ideal knitting pattern for using up leftover shawl and sock yarn. Gather up your leftovers and choose a pleasing blend of colours in the same weight. Any amount of fingering weight yarn and any number of colours may be used. Approximately 100 grams of yarn will make a small shawl. The more yarn that is used, the larger the shawl will become.

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Dappled Shawl
Truly Triangular Scarf
Totally Triangular Scarf
Jagged Triangular Scarf
Sugar Plum Cowl
Effortless Slouch Hat
Bulky Ribbed Cowl

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