Stratification Shawl by Rachel Brockman

Stratification Shawl

Knitting
November 2017
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
756 yards (691 m)
One Size
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SIZE
One

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
Wingspan: 56”
Depth at center: 19½”

MATERIALS
Fibra Natura Dona (100% extra fine merino superwash; 50g/126 yds)
• 129 Coffee Roast (A) – 1 ball
• 116 Purple Beet (B) – 1 ball
• 135 Buttercup (C) – 1 ball
• 138 Olive (D) – 1 ball
• 136 Sesame (E) – 1 ball
• 106 Coral Brandy (F) – 1 ball
Needles: US Size 6 (4 mm) 40” circular or size needed to obtain gauge
Notions: Tapestry needle, stitch markers

GAUGE
22 sts x 32 rows = 4” in Stockinette Stitch (St st)
Save time, check your gauge.

PATTERN NOTES
This striped, crescent-shaped shawl was inspired
by geologic stratification. The design is simple, yet
effective. It features only knit and purl stitches,
making this a pattern great for both beginner and
advanced knitters.

To keep a neat edge, do not carry yarn up stripes.
Cut yarn and weave in your ends as you go to save
time. When working in Stratification patt, work
additional reps of patt as sts become available. If
in doubt, cont in St st. You may wish to place a
marker between each rep of the patt to stay on
track.

You can find a blog post about this shawl here.