WanderKnit™ - Tashi Shawl by Skacel Knitting

WanderKnit™ - Tashi Shawl

July 2022
DK (11 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in mosaic on Needle B after blocking
US 3 - 3.25 mm
US 5 - 3.75 mm
1800 - 1820 yards (1646 - 1664 m)
One Size
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Inspired by the beautifully intricate Bhutanese national attire, particularly the kira worn by Bhutanese women—a rectangular woven fabric worn as an ankle-length dress, with colorful, repeating motifs. The name “Tashi” can be given to either a boy or a girl and means “good fortune.”

Whether you wear it as a scarf, a shoulder wrap, or a shawl, this striking piece is sure to make a statement. Worked flat in mosaic knitting means you only use one color at a time! We chose (6) complimentary colors of HiKoo® CoBaSi DK, a cotton, silk, and bamboo blend perfect for year-round wear.

Step-by-step instructions for mosaic knitting are included.

Width = 20” (51cm)
Length = 51” (129.5cm)

CoBaSi DK by HiKoo®
55% Cotton, 21% Elastic Nylon, 16% Bamboo Viscose, 8% Silk
140 yds per 50g hank (13 hanks)

Shown in colors:
C1 = #002 (3 hanks)
C3 = #042 (1 hank)
C5 = #007 (2 hanks)
C2 = #009 (3 hanks)
C4 = #083 (2 hanks)
C6 = #003 (2 hanks)

Please Note: Always test for color-fastness with contrasting yarns on a swatch before wet blocking a finished project.

• Needle A: 47” 120cm skacel by addi® US 3 3.25mm circular needle
• Needle B: 47” 120cm skacel by addi® US 5 3.75mm circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge
• Tapestry needle, Stitch Markers, Scissors

24 sts x 28 rnds = 4” 10cm in mosaic on Needle B after blocking

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