Sunchaser Shawl by SweaterFreak

Sunchaser Shawl

March 2019
DK (11 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 27 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch with smaller needles, post blocking
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 8 - 5.0 mm
800 - 875 yards (732 - 800 m)
43"(109cm) deep and 60"(150cm) long
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Sunchaser is a sideways triangular shawl that is worked tip to tip with simple increases. It alternates between Garter and various slipped stitch sections and ends with a clean edge i-cord bind off. Slipped stitch Herringbone stitch uses one color per row to achieve fun yet classic appearance with irresistible texture. The wrong side also looks interesting.

Sunchaser is a sister pattern to the Rainchaser hat and cowl set that uses the same stitch to create a gentle gradient.

43”(109cm) deep and 60”(150cm) long

DK or Worsted weight yarn
225 yards of each color - 4 colors total. Faded or ombre kits are perfect for this pattern, but it looks beautiful in solid shades as well!

US#6/4.00mm - 32”/80cm and US#8/5.00mm – 32”/80cm circular needles
Slipped stitch section are worked with US#8/5.00mm and Garter stitch section is worked with US#6/4.00mm to offset the difference in gauge since slipped stitches generally tighten the fabric significantly.

Tapestry needle for weaving in ends

20 sts per 4” (10cm) with US#6/4.00mm needles in Stockinette stitch blocked