Bermuda Triangle is an easy top-down shawl that gets a graphic punch when knit in high-contrast colors. It can also be knit in low-contrast colors for a completely different effect. The use of slipped stitches and two-row stripes means you only use one color in each row - easy! Bermuda Triangle was worked at a very loose gauge to give the fabric excellent drape. An optional horizontal braid, deep ribbed lower border and garter stitch bottom band add some textural interest as well. This is one Bermuda Triangle that you won't get lost in!
Neck edge width: approximately 58"
Center depth: approximately 22 1/2"
Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light - 1 skein each of MC and CC.
Actual yardage used was approximately 355 yards of MC and 195 yards of CC.
Pictured in Virginia Bluebell and Iris
17 sts = 4" stockinette stitch
I have been knitting, designing and surrounding myself with yarn for more years than I care to admit. More recently I made the decision to formally publish my designs. In my day job, I run the online yarn shop Whitknits.com.