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Gradient Geometry

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    Contains:

    • Written instructions
    • Imperial measurements
    • Instructional Diagram
    • Video tutorials
    • One size: Approximately 81" along neckline by 33" at deepest part
    • Gauge 22 sts by 52 rows = 4 inches in Garter St on US 5 (3.75 mm)

    Pattern paper format: only US letter

    Description

    Don’t let the math reference fool you - Gradient Geometry is a simple, triangular-shaped shawl consisting of garter and stockinette stitch. The shawl is worked from the center out, in-the-round to form a diamond shape, which is subsequently joined to two triangles using the three-needle bind off method. The border is then worked using the live stitches that were previously placed on hold.

    The red/brown shawl is knit in Miss Babs Gradient in Yummy 2-ply Toes in Sugar Maple (red) and Espresso (brown). The purple/gold shawl is knit in Dutch Iris One (purple) and Old Gold (gold).

    The shawl uses two gradient sets, 6 skeins per set, 133 yds/skein. This shawl also lends itself to using up scrap yarn or you can substitute two 400-yard skeins for each gradient set. (You can also be creative and make up your own “gradient(s)” by picking out 12 individual skeins of Miss Babs 2-ply Toes

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    Materials you need at home:

    • Two fingering weight gradient sets, 6 skeins per set, 133 yds/skein. This shawl also lends itself to using up scrap yarn or you can substitute two 400-yard skeins for each gradient set.
    • One US 5 (3.75 mm) 16-inch circular needle
    • Two US 5 (3.75 mm) 32-inch circular needles
    • One set of four US 5 (3.75 mm) double-pointed needles
    • One size D (3.25 mm) crochet hook (only needed if using optional Emily Ocker cast on)
    • Ten stitch markers
    • Stitch holders or scrap yarn for holding stitches
    • Tapestry needle for weaving in ends