Fire Versus Water by Samira Hill

Fire Versus Water

Knitting
May 2020
DK (11 wpi) ?
14 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
in Garter Stitch
US 7 - 4.5 mm
437 - 547 yards (400 - 500 m)
170cm x 90cm after blocking
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This asymmetrical triangular shawl is a lovely easy knit, with no counting and no purling, and can be made into any colour combinations that take your fancy!
The easy 8-rows pattern makes for a relaxing knit, with the added fun of the dropped stitches, the perfect design effect to showcase all the beautiful colours of hand dyed yarns, and the varying kinds of dropped stitches form the elegant undulating pattern for a truly captivating shawl…
The contrast of the wavy blue waters bands and the fiery glow of the Garter Stitch bands make for a striking and eye-catching beautiful shawl, perfect for summer, and bright and cheery during the winter!

Materials:
2 x 100g in contrasting colours of Right Side Yarns DK Wool (100% Polwarth Superwash, approx. 230m / 251yds, shades “Fire” (Main Colour), and “Out of the Blue” (Contrast Colour)
4.5mm circular needle, 60-80cm long