- Yarn weight
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Different Ways is a large asymetrical triangular shawl, slightly rounded, with beautiful sets of stripes of different sizes that play all over it. Entirely made of garter stitch, you will love wrapping yourself in its cuddly embrace. But you will not get bored knitting it anyway, as it is worked using short rows. This way, your rows are quite short and follow one another quickly. Plus, the fact that the stripes go every time in a different direction makes it fun and keeps your interest from fading. Very polyvalent, you can also take advantage of this pattern to play with colours. Actually, it is a great stash-buster! And if you have a hard time deciding which colours to choose, its Ravelry page can provide you some inspiration too.
This listing is for the knitting pattern (pdf) of the Different Ways shawl (in French and in English).
- Approx 75”-190 cm width / 19”-45 cm depth after blocking
- 19 stitches and 34 rows = 10 cm (4’’) in garter stitch, lace blocked
Note : gauge is not essential for this shawl, but changing it will affect the final size and yarn requirements!
Yarn & Notions:
- 1 skein of Merinos by La Fée Fil (100% merino – 400m / 100g), in the colorway «Rosalilie» (Colour A) and 1 skein Merinos & Silk (75% merino, 25% silk – 400m / 100g) in the colorway «Course d’Autruches» (Colour B) – or approx. 380 yds/350 m for color A and 310 yds/280 m for color B of fingering weight yarn to meet gauge
- Circular needles to meet gauge (suggested size: 3.75 mm/US#5)