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Knitting: Trilinear
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Trilinear Fingering Weight Trilinear
Trilinear Aran Weight Trilinear
Trilinear Fingering Weight Trilinear
Trilinear Lace Weight Trilinear
Trilinear Lace Weight Trilinear

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic Increases
  • Working Simple Chart and Written Instructions

Pattern Description:

The third in our Graduating Stripes Series, this triangular shawl is created with contrasting stripes that gradually fade and grow.

Worked from the top down in stockinette and edged with attached I-Cord.

Directions are written and stripe patterns are charted.

The nature of the pattern makes it perfect for solid, variegated and color changing yarns.

Lace - MC 450 yds (411 m), CC 250 yds (230 m)
Fingering - MC 450 yds (411 m), CC 275 yds (252 m)
Aran - MC 220 yds (201 m), CC 175 yds (160 m)


Per 4" (10cm) in blocked stockinette stitch:
Lace: 20 stitches & 32 rows
Fingering: 20 stitches & 26 rows
Aran: 13 stitches & 18.5 rows

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Lace: 64 x 27 in (163 x 69 cm)
  • Fingering: 60 x 25 in (152 x 64 cm)
  • Aran: 60 x 23 in (152 x 58 cm)


  • Needles: US 3 (5, 9) (3.25 (3.75, 5.5) mm) 42" (109 cm) circular needle(s); or size required to obtain gauge
  • Needles: US 7 (8, 11) (4.5 (5, 8) mm) needle for I-Cord Bindoff

You Will Also Need:

  • 2 Stitch Markers
  • Tapestry Needle

Suggested yarn:

725 yards of Fingering weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Neighborhood Fiber Co. Rustic Fingering


Charles Village/Belair

About Designer

About Designer

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Inspired by strong lines and solid, bold patterns. My designs tend to follow graphic lines, but have been known to jump randomly to the lacey, girly side for some diversion. You never know what will come up next!

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