Meet a triangular shawl that’s as addictive to knit as it is snuggly to wear. Amberle’s squishy textural stitches bring worsted yarns to life and the repetitive pattern is easily memorized—making it much less complicated than it looks. The wide border creates a gorgeous way to showcase contrasting colors.
See more pics & read more about Amberle on the blog: http://veryshannon.com/blog/2016/4/new-pattern-amberle-shawl-a-giveaway
Julie Asselin Nurtured, 100% Fine Wool (Rambouillet, Targhee & Merino), 130yds/118m, 56g/2oz per skein, worsted
4 skeins in MC, shown in colorway Compass, OR approx 520yds/475.5m, of worsted weight yarn
3 skeins in CC, shown in colorway Irma, OR approx 390yds/357m, worsted weight yarn
NOTE ABOUT YARDAGE: You will use more/less yarn depending on how loosely/tightly you wrap your stitch patterns throughout the main shawl & border. Wraps should be taut, but not tight, and should be even with the tension in the rest of your knitting. You should be able to put the tip of a finger just under the wrap but not able to put your finger through.
Some testers required only 2 skeins (instead of 3 for the border of the shawl).
15sts x 23 rows = 4in/10cm in St st, blocked
14sts x 22 rows = 4in/10cm in St st, unblocked
4.5mm / US 7 long circular needle
Stitch Markers - 10
Wingspan approximately 75in/190.5cm (from tip to tip) and 33in/84cm deep after blocking.