Worked as a series of large mitered squares nested on a slip-stitch edge, on small (3.25mm) needles this creates a tight, angled scarf. On larger (3.75mm) needles it can be a lovely draping shawl.
76”/193cm wide x 10”/25.5cm deep
Skill Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Fiber: ModeKnit Yarn, ModeWerk Fingering,
(386yds /352m 3.5oz /100gr) per skein
Yarn A – Pearl, 1 ball
Yarn B – Drogon, 1ball
Yarn C – Daryl Dixon, 1ball
Needle: 3 US/3.25mm 36” Circular
Gauge: 24sts x 48 rows = 4”/10cm in Garter St using
NEEDLE size: 3 US/3.25mm 36” Circular
Notions: Waste yarn for catching edge sts (optional)
Darning needle, 2 stitch markers.Stitches & Special Techniques
Special Stitches & Techniques
PU – Pick up stitch
Using the needle only, with no source of yarn, pick up a loop from the existing fabric to create a stitch on the needle.
Sl 1 – Slip One
Yarn to WS of work. Insert RH needle purlwise into st and slip off of LH needle.
VDD – Vertical Double Decrease
Sl 2 sts as if to work k2 tog-R, k1, pass slipped sts over knit st (decrease of 2 sts)
VQD – Vertical Quad Decrease
Sl 3 sts as if to work k3 tog-R, k2-tog-L, pass slipped sts over knit st (decrease of 4 sts)
W&T – Wrap & Turn
Slip next st to RH needle, wrap yarn around base of stitch and return to LH needle. Turn work and begin working back in the opposite direction from the previous row.