From our designer friend to the north, Shannon Cook, comes an inspired triangular shawl that allows the knitter to play with texture *and* color! Worked from the center neck down, this lavish piece will be perfect as the summer evenings draw in and you need something to throw over your T-shirt.
Each color stripe features a different texture pattern: garter stitch for the main color; twisted rib for the second color, and a broken garter stitch block pattern for the third, 'pop' color.
Head over to our project page to see the colorways we chose with Shannon's help, or choose your own combination of three colors (two skeins each) from the Shelter page.
With 37 colors now available in Shelter, there are so many great combinations to choose from—you may find yourself making more than one!
Wingspan approx 70in/178cm (from tip to tip) and 35in/89cm deep after blocking.
2 skeins Brooklyn Tweed Shelter (50g, 140 yds/128m each) in MC;
2 skeins Brooklyn Tweed Shelter (50g, 140 yds/128m each) in CC1;
2 skeins Brooklyn Tweed Shelter (50g, 140 yds/128m each) in CC2;
Or 280yds/256m of MC, 210yds/192m of CC1, and 207yds/189m of CC2 in a worsted weight yarn.
Shown in Nest (MC), Fossil (CC1), and Wool Socks (CC2).
US 8 (5mm) long circular needle, or size to obtain gauge.
13.5 sts and 28 rows = 4"/10cm in garter st, blocked.
12 sts and 16 rows = 4"/10cm in st st, blocked.
4 stitch markers.
1 removable stitch marker.
Darning needle for finishing.
Bradway pattern by Shannon Cook; 8 pages. (Requires shipping.)