This large modular shawl is full of texture and color play for an interesting & fun knit that will never get boring.
The main triangle is knit bottom-up in two-color pearl brioche, then stitches are picked up to work the remaining shawl top-down in stripes of garter stitch, one-color brioche and two-color stockinette brioche.
The double-layered border features a broken-rib pattern on one side and stockinette stripes on the other. The rolling top edge is finished with an i-cord border.
The yarn I used for this shawl design, WalkCollection’s Cottage Mohair, is an absolute delight: a fingering weight blend of Merino and Mohair, for a lightweight shawl that will keep you warm and that has just the lightest mohair fluff.
This design is a collaboration with Kitterly and WalkCollection.
4 color of Fingering weight yarn (366-400 m / 100 g)
WalkCollection Cottage Mohair (80% Merino, 20% Mohair; single-ply; 360 m / 394 yds per 100 g)
in the colorways Marine (A – dark blue), Squirrel (B – rusty orange), Cream-Cherry Brittle (C – cream) and Great Barrier Reef (D – turquoise)
Length: 220 cm / 94.5“; Height: 78 cm / 30.5“
18 sts / 44 rows = 10 cm / 4” in garter stitch & pearl brioche (measured after blocking)
Gauge has an influence on the size of your finished shawl and your yardage!
US 4/3.5 mm circular needles (or size needed to obtain gauge and optimal drape)
tapestry needle, 2 stitch markers