How do you get six different color changes from just two yarns?
With a gradient, of course!
With a construction sequence inspired by the log cabin quilting block, this skinny shawl is designed in squishy, meditative, don’t-have-to-think-about-it garter stitch.
It’s worked from the neck down, and each section you knit moves the point of the shawl downwards and side to side, creating an interesting intersection of colors, stripes, and angles in the center.
About this Pattern
Skill Level: Beginner
Skills Needed: Basic knitting skills, increases (yo, kfb), decreases (k2tog), pick up and knit stitches.
Finished Size: Wingspan - 104 inches / 264 cm, depth at center back -18 inches / 46 cm
Yarn: MC - Infinite Twist Helix Giant Gradient, 100% Merino, 700 yds, 240 g, CC - Infinite Twist Helix or Helix SuperWash, 300 yds, 100 g; 1000 yds in all.
Needles: U.S. size 5 / 3.75 mm, two circular needles at least 80 cm long, or any size yielding gauge.
Gauge: 20 sts & 42 rows = 4 inches / 10 cm in garter stitch.
Notions: Yarn needle.
See the yarns available to knit this project here.