Recursive by Bristol Ivy

Recursive

Knitting
January 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
21 stitches and 42 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch, after blocking
US 5 - 3.75 mm
940 - 1705 yards (860 - 1559 m)
56 (76 ½, 103 ½)” (142 (194.5, 263) cm) along inside edge
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Knitting is math you can hold in your hands, and this shawl is taking that idea to the big leagues while still keeping it easy to knit and wear. Based on a formula where each triangle is twice the area of the previous one, Recursive is nerdy, knitterly, and beautiful.

Finished Measurements
56 (76 ½, 103 ½)” (142 (194.5, 263) cm) along inside edge (see schematic for more detailed measurements

Sizes
Small (Medium, Large)

Yarn
MCS-F, MCN-F, or a combination of the two by Sun Valley Fibers (75% merino/15% cashmere/10% silk, or 80% merino/10% cashmere/10% nylon; 400 yds (366 m)/115 g):
1 skein each of Green Tea (Color 1), Meadow (Color 2), Canopy (Color 3), and Spruce (Color 4), and 1 (2, 2) skeins (or 1 skein and 1 mini) of Sangria (CC)
OR
385 (415, 450) yds (355 (385, 415) m) of Sangria
130 (160, 200) yds (120 (150, 185) m) of Green Tea
240 (300, 370) yds (220 (275, 340) m) of Meadow
105 (270, 315) yds (95 (250, 290) m) of Canopy
and 80 (105, 370) yds (75 (95, 340) m) of Spruce

Needles
US 5 (3.75 mm) circular needle, 32-60” (80-160 cm)
or size needed to obtain gauge

Note: shawl is worked back and forth; circular needle is used to accommodate large number of stitches

Gauge
21 sts and 42 rows = 4” (10 cm) in garter stitch, after blocking