This versatile, generously sized, rectangle shawl pattern can be worn multiple ways and is large enough to be used as a personal travel blanket. The pattern is worked using a deceptively simple knitting technique known as entrelac to create, what looks like, interlaced rectangles.
When the pattern is paired with a gradual color-shifting yarn, the rectangles transition from one shade to the next. The yarn does all of the color work so you can just enjoy the knitting.
Yarn Weight: 3 - Light
Recommended Yarn: Schoppel Edition 3 (50 g/150 m), 100% Superwash Merino, shown in color 2299
Recommended Needle Size: US size 6 (4.0 mm) 24-36 inch long circular needles
Finished Measurements: 24 inches wide x 75 inches long
Pattern Length: 6 pages
What to Expect
- basic knit and purl stitches
- repetitive stitch patterns
- knitting in rows
Construction and Shaping
- Reverse Knitting
- Entrelac: Base Rectangles
- Entrelac: Right Hand Triangle
- Entrelac: Right Side Rectangles
- Entrelac: Left Hand Triangle
- Entrelac: Wrong Side Rectangles
- Entrelac: End Rectangles
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My patterns are designed, not just written down, because I want your project to be a success!
Before knitting begins, I sketch ideas, test yarns, stitch swatches, create charts, do math and consider a variety of skills and construction methods. Each pattern uses standard knitting terminology and notations, is edited for technical accuracy and has a logical, easy-to-read format.
I do the work so you can relax and enjoy the knitting.