This triangular shawl is worked in three colors using a simple tweed-pattern. It looks intricate, but in fact it is easy to work! You need to know how to knit, slip stitches and increase by knitting into the front and back of a stitch, and how to read charts. For the color changes, you do not cut the yarn so there are only a few ends to weave in and you work with just one color at one time! This shawl is also easy to customize in size: you can knit it how big or small you like.
4 inch (10 cm) = 36 stitches and 42 rows UNBLOCKED IN PATTERN
Gauge is not critical on this project, but will affect size and yardage needed. General gauge suggestion: choose a needle size that is rather small for lace so the fabric is not too airy. This way the multicolored fabric shows best.
984 yards of Lace weight
Crafting since childhood, I mostly knit but I also enjoy sewing and spinning. Sometimes I do stuff like crochet, cross stitching, bobbin lace or tatting.