A mitered square, knit from the outside in, is the center of this triangular shawl.

The wings can be knit in a single color or in stripes. Or you can stashbust and throw in random stripes or bursts of color, if you want.

The large wingspan makes this a perfect scarf to wrap around your neck and keep you warm, while the drapey frabric created by the lose gauge also makes it a great shawl to wear over your shoulders. The i-cord bind off around the entire shawl gives it a finished look.



Yarn: 3 color fingering weight yarn

Striped Version (as pictured):

  • Color A (neutral): 354 m / 388 yards
  • Color B (gradient): 281 m / 307 yards
  • Color C (contrast): 73 m / 81 yards
  • Total: 708 m / 776 yards

Solid Version:

  • Color A (neutral): 148 m / 162 yards
  • Color B (gradient): 140 m / 153 yards
  • Color C (contrast): 420 m / 459 yards
  • Total: 708 m / 774 yards

Needle Size: US 6/4 mm

Gauge: 19 sts/36 rows = 10 cm/4″ in garter stitch (4 mm) – although gauge is not critical, it will influence the size of your finished shawl!

Shown in: Schoppl-Wolle XL Kleckse Cat Print in Wüste (A), Schoppel-Wolle Crazy Zauberball in Blasser Schimmer(B), Schachenmayr Regia Trendpoint in 6617 pink (C)

Language: English & German


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