Alloy - lead and gold meet in a beautiful slip stitch pattern ...
Alloy is a is a hybrid between shawl and scarf – long and narrow with subtle crescent shaping. It can be draped in many ways and you can wear it with almost every outfit, either as a decorative accessory or as a warming scarf for outdoor activities. Due to its versatility, Alloy will soon become a staple accessory in your wardrobe.
The shawl can be made in two sizes:
Large shawl: depth: 26 cm (10.25“); wingspan length = 250 cm (98.5“)
Small shawl: depth = 25 cm (10“); wingspan length = 190 cm (74.75“)
- Written knitting pattern including 2 shawl sizes
- US imperial / metric measurements
- Charts for quilt pattern and lace pattern
- Detail photos
- Link to video tutorial of quilt stitch
Materials you need at home:
- C1: Malabrigo Mechita, 384 m / 420 y per skein, colorway Plomo length used for large: approx. 575 m / 630 y (2 skeins), for small: approx. 384 m / 420 y (1 skein)
- C2: Malabrigo Mechita, 384 m /420 y per skein, colorway Frank Ochre; length used for large: approx. 320 m / 350 y (1 skein), for small: approx. 265 m / 290 y (1 skein)
- or fingering yarn of your choice in 2 colors
- 1 circular needle, 100 cm or longer, 3.5 mm (US 4)
- 2 double pointed needles, 3.5 mm (US 4)
- 2 stitch markers
- 50 stitch markers or loops of scrap yarn (optional)
- 1 darning needle for weaving in loose ends
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