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  • Intarsia

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This shawl is my third intarsia design. This time, in addition to using more than one colour, I am combining two yarns of almost opposite weight categories; worsted weight and lace weight yarn. The effect is a very impressive contrast between heavy and light, solid and transparent. I did enhance this contrast by working the worsted weight wedges in the thick weave pattern and the lace weight wedges in the almost transparent stocking stitch. Some final garter stitch ridges prevent the edge from curling. As always all techniques used will be explained in a detailed illustrated appendix. Yarns needed: - Yarn A: Worsted weight; Shown in Rowan Creative Focus worsted; 75% wool, 25% alpaca; 200 m (220 yds)/100 g; colour SH03112 (evergreen) Yardage: 300 m (330 yds)/150 g - Yarn B: Lace weight; Shown in Isager Alpaca 1; 100% alpaca; 400 m (437.5 yds)/50 g; colour 020/16 (grey-blue) Yardage: 400 m (437.5 yds)/50 g BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY increases decreases bobble intarsia GAUGE Any gauge SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS The "wings" are 94 cm and 64 cm long

Recommended with this pattern

  • 2 dpns US#6/4 mm [for the cast-on]
  • US#8/5 mm circular, 60-150 cm (34-60) [for the main part]
  • US#6/4 mm circular, 60-150 cm (34-60) [for the edging]

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janukke Strickdesign
janukke Strickdesign
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