It’s all about the linen stitch!
This shawl uses linen stitch to blend three colours into each other, to obtain a gradient-like effect. A simple lace and stripe detail forms the end of the shawl. Starting from just a few stitches, the shawl increases into a long asymmetrical triangle shape that is easy to wear.
Obtaining the gauge listed in the pattern is not essential. The pattern sample was knitted at a tight gauge, but for a shawl with more drape you may prefer a looser gauge. Instructions are included in the pattern for modifying your stitch counts based on your gauge.
The pattern is written for three colours of fingering weight yarn (300-400m of each colour), however it could easily be adapted to different yarn weights and/or amounts. Simply increase or decrease the width of each section according to the amount and type of yarn you have available.
This pattern contains both written instructions and charts.
For pattern support, please post in the help thread in my Ravelry group or send me an email.