23 June 2017

NEW PATTERN – NEVER ENOUGH STRIPES


Every yarn needs a perfect project to be paired with it... I got the three skeins of Coopknits' Socks Yeah! just over a year ago with some colourwork project in mind and then let it sit for a while waiting its turn and couldn't have been happier with the shawl they became.


Can there ever be too many stripes? Pick three skeins in your favourite colours and stripe away to your heart’s content on this triangular garter stitch shawl. Never Enough Stripes begins at a point and is shaped gently as rows progress. The simple slip-stitch pattern breaks up the garter ground, blending the stripes together, while the colour change is designed to encourage you to do a few more rows. Then a few more. Because, truly, there are never enough stripes.
  • Measurements Finished wingspan 69 in / 175 cm. Finished width at top 32 in / 81 cm.
  • Yarn CoopKnits Socks Yeah! 4ply (75% superwash merino, 25% nylon; 50 g / 232 yds / 212 m), #105 Danburite (Light Grey) colour A, #107 Beryl (Blue) colour B, #102 Ammolite (Pink) colour C; 1 skein each. 
    Substitute with approximately 200 yds / 180 m of 4-ply/sock/fingering weight yarn in each colour.
  • Gauge 23 sts and 46 rows = 4 in / 10 cm in garter stitch, unblocked.



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