Issue 5 | Stripes: Color Pop Shawl
About the Pattern:
Colour Pop is a top-down, winged triangular shawl that uses a simple two-colour slip stitch pattern. The stitch is a simple combination of plain knits, purls and slip stitches. The slip stitches create coloured dots and lines that run across the length of the shawl. The tiny pops and lines of colour spaced at various intervals give a classic texture to the shawl.
The shawl is aimed at adventurous beginners who want to learn slip stitch knitting. The shawl makes for a quick knit and is just right to ward the chill off your shoulders on cool mornings and evenings.
𝗗𝗲𝘀𝗶𝗴𝗻𝗲𝗿: Jaya Lakshmi of Apoorva Designs
Yarn Used: Sunrays Creations; Urna, 4 ply, 400 m/100 g (437 y/3.5 oz), 100% merino wool.
- MC: 1 skein, Lavender Fields, total 400 m/437 y.
- CC: 1 skein, Mustard Sauce, total 400 m/437 y.
Tools and Notions: 4 mm (US size 6) 80 cm (32”) circular needle, removable stitch markers, yarn needle.
Finished Measurements: The sample measurements are 173 cm (68”) wingspan, 46 cm(18”) depth after blocking.
Issue 5 of yarnpeople is available to pre-order on Ravelry for instant download when it goes live. In this issue, celebrating Stripes, you can read the articles in the main magazine as well as 12 individual patterns.
We have gone physical with a Print version of the magazine available to be sent direct to your door, with worldwide delivery options.
As always, Happy Crafting!
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