Two Color Crescent Shawl
This is a crescent shaped shawl that is made using a solid and a variegated yarn. The yarns are not cut, but carried up the side of the shawl. Each color is used for 2 rows, the solid color is done as a garter ridge to give a little extra pop of texture to the design. The color combo possibilities are endless. Although I used a slow variegating yarn for my Main Color, I am sure that it would look great to do the opposite. I have, also, done this shawl using 2 solid colored yarns.
There are two versions in this pattern, one is a Leaf Version, the other is a Diamond version. They are both worked the same until you get to the edging.
The instructions include charts and written instructions for both.
Finished Size: Unblocked 46" wide by 15" deep, blocked 64" wide by 22" deep.
Some colors used in the sample are no longer available; we have made color suggestions in the yarn calculator below.
Sizes Included: Diamond version - 64"x22" blocked, Leaf Version - 64"x22" blocked
Yarn Weight: Fingering
Yarn Line: Stroll
Fiber Type: Wool
Needle Sizes: Size 8 (5.0mm): 24"-32" circular